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How Much Water Does It Take to Process a Quarter Pound of Hamburger?

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Wednesday, September 03, 2014
How Much Water Does It Take to Process a Quarter Pound of Hamburger?

Approximately one gallon says the EPA.

I enjoy an occasional good hamburger.....But, think about this: Farmers need water to grow grass for the cattle, the meat needs factory processing, you use water to wash your hands before you prepare the meat and water to wash up after you have touched raw meat....and water for clean up of plates, pan, etc. after you have eaten it!

Just something to think about. There is water in our food, even if we can't see it.

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