Hazeldene Farm Shop

About Hazeldene Farm Shop

Rare Breed Survival Trust Member with a Farm Shop.  We rear our own Oxford Down Sheep, British Lop Pigs, Traditional Hereford Cattle plus a few free range chickens.  Our meat (pork, lamb and beef) is sold via the farm shop and through various markets.  We also sell ...

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Asheridge Rd

Tel: 01494 783 501

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The farm is no longer certified organic, and the chickens and turkeys sold are always bought in. Much of the meat also bought in. Big Barn site needs updating.

LJ - 25 May 2015

I have never used a food processor to grind meats or anhtniyg else. I don't know what a Ninja Master is either. I use an old fashioned hand cranked food grinder. I have ground an entire beef before in the hand grinder. Best is to cut the meats in small strips eliminating as much fat as possible and all gristles. gristles are impossible to grind even with old fashioned cast aluminum or pot metal grinders. I like extremely lean ground meat. So I don' add back any fats to it. Most people get 50% fat from the meat markets as regular hamburger. Extra lean is 80% meat. You can add in as much as you like.You can grind any cut you like, I recommend the really tough ones that would otherwise have to be marinated in a lot of tenderizer or cooked for 6 hours on very low to be edible. Cut strips cross grain so it will grind easier.

Dildar - 9 October 2012

Some of the best lamb I have ever tatsed, also bacon is to die for - also stock Laverstoke Park veg which is fabulous, also very well -priced. Would completely recommend to anyone.

Philip - 18 January 2009
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