I recently bought a box of Bubbaburgers. I had heard about them and they have been mentioned on this site. So far, I have cooked 3 out of the 6. I have tried to follow the directions, but so far I don’t have it really right. They ARE juicy, due to a special process that I expect includes a lot of fat and moisture. The directions say that they must be cooked frozen, or they will fall apart. They say cook 1 side untill juice rises to the top. Do not press on burger. Flip and cook to desired doneness. Do not press and flip only once is probably the key. It is fun and healthy to press the fat out of a cooking burger, but I expect that it reduces juicyness.
Bubba doesn’t say to do it, but I have used the cyclops #6 idea (above) in the past with other burgers. It works well with the 95% lean fresh burger that I usually use.
UPDATE 31 Oct.
I finally got one cooked right. IMO BaBas are more greasy than juicy. With 34 g of fat, they get a real fire going when you cook them on the grill! They are popular, but I will not be buying more. I am going back to my 95% lean fresh burger. It has better taste, and is far better for me.