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Back to Basics Food Strainer & Sauce Maker
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- Strainer and sauce maker great for preparing soups, purees, jams, jellies
- Forces food through a screen while unwanted seeds and skins are discarded separately
- Nylon spiral and hopper will not dent or rust
- Includes push stick and medium screen for apples and tomatoes; additional screens available separately
- Hand washing recommended; backed by 1-year warranty
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|Color||White||White||Stainless Steel Screens, Red Plastic Spiral||Silver/Red|
|Dimensions||13 inches x 8.75 inches x 8.75 inches||20 inches x 12 inches x 8.5 inches||5.75 inches x 6.25 inches x 6.25 inches||6 inches x 6.3 inches x 5.8 inches|
|Item Package Weight||4.1 pounds||2.4 pounds||1.05 pounds||1.11 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
the machine is well built, and the instructions were made designed the way you could follow them easily. most products i buy, the instructions do not have empathy for the user who must assemble and use the product.
it worked great on the tomatoes. the seeds, peels and core came out the "discard end" and the pure "pulp juice" came out the front. i processed 200 tomatoes without a problem. bang for the buck, you can't beat the production this machine will give you the tomato season
One thing to consider is where you will store this machine. Because of the awkward size and shape, the only option is to clean it and put it back in its box, which probably takes up a cubic foot of space.
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The strainer works like a charm. My tomato harvest is at 140 pounds now and still going strong, so the strainer has been getting a lot of use. It definitely has been saving me tons of time.
My only concern is with the durability of the product. I don't like all of the plastic parts, particularly the thin and seemingly brittle clear plastic spout, which has to be SNAPPED onto the screen. Let me guess which will be the first part to go! Also, the shaft is not stainless steel and tends to get rust spots if not fastidiously dried.
When I searched for tomato strainers it seemed like they all had the same issues (cheap plastic parts) so this model is really no better or worse than the others. Just wish SOMEONE would build these things for durability.
Three quarts of berries in about 5 minutes got us the 4.5 cups of juice needed to make jelly!
The unit seems well made, except for the plastic cup on the waste output. It probably won't last long.
We were particularly impressed that the instruction booklet includes a spare parts list for ordering replacement parts.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use this so much in the canning season. It is easy to set up, not too hard to clean and easy to store.Published 1 day ago by H.B.
Instead of shelling out $500 for an electric tomato mill, I purchased this. It probably would be great except for the extremely flimsy gasket that goes between the strainer and the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by L. Mitchell
I use it to make home made tomato juice for canning and it works great.Published 8 months ago by Anthony Cash
Good product for the price. Buy an extra spring as it can get lost easily :)Published 12 months ago by Sabrina L. Shaw
Bought this a few years back and am still using it. The clear plastic thing that helps direct the pulp you don't want, is very cheaply made. Read morePublished 14 months ago by S. Evert
Had trouble putting together. Handle would not move. I've used a friends before this purchase so it's not like I didn't know how to assemble it. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Doombious
All the parts were not in package. Not sure if I will reorder.Published 18 months ago by Sharon Rodeman
Bought this as a gift and the recipients specifically asked for it. I don't use it myself, but they seem to love it.Published on January 29, 2014 by EmmaMom