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Cuisipro Deluxe Food Mill

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  • Deluxe food mill by Cuisipro with 3 interchangeable disks in 2mm, 3mm, and 4mm sizes
  • Extra-large 18/10 stainless steel bowl with non-slip handles
  • Large knob turns to evenly puree fruits or vegetables
  • Innovative plastic scraper on underside pushes puree into bowl or pot below
  • Disassembles easily for cleaning; 25-year warranty
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Product Description

Cook’s Illustrated Recommended – Winner!

With a simple turn of the ergonomic, non-slip handle this durable stainless steel food mill purees a wide variety of fruit and vegetables while straining out skins, seeds and pulp. Instead of manually scraping the underside of the mill, the innovative scraper automatically scrapes as you turn. This increases efficiently by allowing a smoother, more continuous flow of food. The deluxe food mill also sits high in you pot or bowl keeping the mill out of the food. Comes with 3 different size straining disks; 2mm, 3mm; 4mm. Comes part for easy cleaning.

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For smart and tidy baking and cooking, Cuisipro's deluxe food mill makes a valuable player in any home chef's starting lineup. The extra-large round vessel fits securely on top of another bowl or pot with a plastic-coated roll bar on one side and a long, non-slip handle on the other. To operate, simply place the fruit or vegetable to be pureed inside, and turn the knob on top. As the food moves through the straining disk, unwanted parts like skins and seeds get left behind and a handy plastic scraper underneath sweeps the puree down. Three interchangeable disks in 2mm, 3mm, and 4mm sizes allow the chef to choose a finer or coarser consistency. Crafted of 18/10 stainless steel, the food mill disassembles for cleaning. It is backed by Cuisipro's 25-year warranty. --Kara Karll

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 9 x 10 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000G18A3W
  • Item model number: 746479
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,128 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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3.9 out of 5 stars

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48 of 49 people found the following review helpful By John W. Etsweiler on January 14, 2009
I've had this item (in its previous incarnation) for about eight years now and I have only good things to say about it. For the commenter who claims that it doesn't grind food, well, it's a food mill, not a food grinder. It allows you to remove the seeds and skins from cooked tomatoes and apples and you can cook those and other foods whole. Fill your pressure cooker with whole apples. Cook for a few minutes at pressure, cool, and run through the mill. No-fuss apple sauce. I'll cook up a half-bushel of the freshest tomatoes. Cool, run through the mill, instant gold! Use the medium milling plate for the best tomato juice of your life. Don't know what to do with those beautiful golden quinces? Break out the pressure cooker and treat as you did the apples. The food mill was made for softened foods - don't expect it to grind, it's not a grinder. Know how to use a tool before you buy it. As for ricing potatoes, I like my big stainless-steel ricer for that. Put the soft-cooked (I like my microwave steamer for this) unpeeled potatoes into the ricer; the fluffy, perfect potato ends up in the bowl and the peels are there for you to lift out. This is one fine product.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Donald A. Nelson on February 21, 2007
I make homemade marinara sauce with canned, whole plum tomatoes. I used to core them and crush them by hand. And then a $150 gift cert to our local restaurant store landed in my lap for my b-day, and now my sauce is noticeably improved as the mill keeps out most of the seeds. It also ceased me having to core the tomatoes by hand, saving lots of time and mess.
I also use it for mashing potatoes, though the process is a slow and semi laborious task. The end result is worth the effort as everyone comments on how creamy and smooth they turn out.
I find this "food mill" easy to clean, the handle turns easily, and the construction is of high quality. Highly recommend.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Spork on September 26, 2008
For the price this food mill is a frustrating piece of poor engineering. Cuisipro missed the mark. I have to spin the knob back down when using it every few turns or it will unscrew and come off. Not real efficient when working with hot food and potentially dangerous.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Ruby D on January 13, 2010
I have had the same problem with the knob unscrewing itself. I finally took it off and just operated it without the knob. The other thing I don't like is that is sits down too far into whatever you are using to process the food into. Every food mill I have had sits on top, above, the vessel you are sending the food into. I don't like this at all. It does what it claims to do, however, requires more effort than it should. Oxo has come out with a food mill that I am going to check into. The photo shows it situated above whatever you are processing into. Beyond this at the moment I know nothing more.

1/4/2011 Update: I returned the Cuisipro Deluxe Food Mill as I could not stand the aggravation with the handle knob constantly coming off and I did not like how far the bottom of the mill dropped down into the pot. Just not practical. I have replaced it with Oxo's Food Mill which I like allot. It does not hold quite as much as the Cuisipro, but it performs so much better and the bottom does not extend down into the pot or whatever container you are processing in to. I just think the Cuisipro Deluxe Food Mill is a very bad design. It is odd for Cuisipro to make such a problem product as I have allot of their products and everything, other than the food mill, is just great. Beautiful stainless steel...very nicely made!
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20 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Parchment & Quill on November 30, 2006
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I tried the mill right after it arrived. To be honest the scraper is worthless. It's easier to use a spatula and more effective. The grind seem fine enough and I like the ease of assembly. Now the real proving ground to me will be in the longevity of sharpness and how well it works for other projects, but for the money I was a little disappointed.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By abc on February 23, 2012
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I am an avid fan of Cook's Illustrated so I followed their recommendation and bought this food mill. If this is going to be an (expensive) toy that you're going to use once in a while, this would serve its purpose. If you can a lot (several times a year and in large quantities) and make gnocchi on a regular basis, this mill is inefficient and very frustrating. I work at a restaurant and make gnocchi and mashed potatoes on a regular basis and I wish I have what we have at work. It's twice the size but probably costs half of a third of what I paid for this mill. If you live near a restaurant store, just get your food mill there. Bigger mill=more efficient=the faster the job done.

If I had to rice 10 lbs of potatoes for gnocchi with this mill, it would take up to 20 minutes (with frustrations) vs 4 minutes (fuss free) for a large restaurant grade food mill. This may seem like it's not a big deal but factor in your time baking the potatoes, ricing it, making the "dough", rolling and cutting the dough. etc., every minute counts especially when you know your toddler is about to wake up anytime from his nap ;)
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31 of 41 people found the following review helpful By redloom on February 26, 2007
I bought the mill to make sauces and mash potatoes. It looks good and well made on the surface, but has ridiculous design flaws. When you turn the mill, the knob unscrews no matter what you do, so that you have to constantly screw it back on while you are trying to grind the food. This makes it virtually unsuable. Not only that, but the blades do not gather up the food, so that you have to constantly feed the food into the blade. For such an expensive item to be this poorly designed is unconscionable. I then tried another one with the Bed, Bath, and Beyond label, $50 cheaper. The knob didn't screw off, but still the blades did not grind the food. I'm going to stick with a regular food processor and an old-fashioned hand potato masher. I'm fed up with food mills.
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