Welcome to Lean Mean Meat-Machine

Welcome to Lean Mean Meat-Machine! If you’re new to the world of meat processing, you’ve come to the right place. Here, we’ll explain what you need to know to get started with your own Lean Mean Meat-Machine.

What is Lean Mean Meat-Machine?

Lean Mean Meat-Machine is a setup of machines and tools that make it easier to process large quantities of meat quickly and efficiently. In the past, meat processing was done by hand, which was time consuming and often resulted in unevenly cut or processed meat. With Lean Mean Meat-Machine, you can process large amounts of meat quickly and with precision.

What You Need to Get Started

In order to get started with your own Lean Mean Meat-Machine, you’ll need the following:

  • A meat grinder
  • A slicer
  • A chopper
  • A tenderizer
  • A smoker
  • A vacuum sealer
  • Packaging supplies

Step-by-Step Guide to Setting Up Your Lean Mean Meat-Machine

Step 1: Prepare Your Equipment

Once you have all the necessary equipment, you’ll need to assemble and prepare it for use. Begin by reading the instructions for each machine and assembling it according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Once all the machines are assembled, you’ll need to set up a workspace where you can place them. Make sure the workspace is large enough to accommodate all your machines and has plenty of counter space.

Step 2: Set Up Your Workflow

Once your machines and workspace are ready, you’ll need to set up your workflow. This will involve deciding which machine will be used for each step in the meat processing process and the order in which each machine will be used. This will help ensure that you’re able to process the meat quickly and efficiently.

Step 3: Start Processing

Once you have your machines and workflow set up, you’re ready to start processing meat. Begin by selecting the meat you’d like to process and following the instructions for each machine in the order you’ve set up. This will ensure that the meat is processed correctly and in the most efficient way.

Step 4: Package and Store

Once the meat is processed, you’ll need to package and store it. Vacuum sealing is the best way to ensure that the meat stays fresh and uncontaminated. Once the meat is sealed, you can store it in the refrigerator or freezer for later use.


Setting up and using a Lean Mean Meat-Machine is a great way to process large quantities of meat quickly and efficiently. With the right equipment, workflow, and packaging supplies, you can ensure that your processed meat is of the highest quality.

If you’d like to learn more about Lean Mean Meat-Machine, Butcher & Packer is a great resource for information, supplies, and equipment.