Deni 3500 800-Watt Professional Grade Meat Grinder
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- Professional grade meat grinder that's quick to assemble and easy to clean
- Powerful 1 HP motor grinds 3 pounds of meat per minute
- Reverse motor function frees clogged food without disassembly
- Grind venison, chicken, beef, pork, veal, and ham to make a variety of meals
- Includes cutting blade, fine, medium and coarse die cast plates, sausage stuffer, food pusher and hopper
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We bought this because we refuse to buy any store ground meat anymore; we haven't done so for a couple years - neither sausage nor hamburger. We grind our own. We do have to buy the meat to grind but we find it as fresh as we can and rinse off the outside well with cold water before beginning. (Update 6-11-10: Now we have learned that experts say don't rinse the meat. What's in your water might be worse than what's on the meat!) That's about as safe as you can get, I think.
We've been using a manual grinder which I don't mind so much but ours is a heavy duty one that mounts with 4 screws. We mount it to a big cutting board with stainless bolts and wing-nuts and then clamp the cutting board to the table. That puts a lot of wear on the table from the rotational forces of the grinder. We decided on the electric because the motor confines the rotational force into the unit - no wear on your table or counter. OK, and it is easier on the arms, too.
We ground 10 pounds of chuck into hamburger last night and 15 pounds of Boston [...]pork roast into sausage this morning. (edit: This is supposed to be Boston B?tt roast but censorship is out of control on the Internet and I guess the name of a pork roast offends Amazon - they changed b?tt with the "u" in it to [...]. Anyway -) The grinder did not miss a beat.Read more ›
Today I ground 6 plus pounds of pork butt in around 3 or 4 minutes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fantastic grinder. We use this during deer season as we process the venison at home.
In 4 years we processed 22 deer and 1 bear and have only replaced the blades once. Read more
I have had this for a year now.It cleans really easy and works great for very small jobs.I read the reviews and looked at the hp power thought it would do alot more for the ratings... Read morePublished 1 month ago by terry duane fennell
Works great! Chews right through meat, easy to clean, perfect for processing your own meat. My buddy spent $300 for one (not a Deni) from Bass Pro and he likes mine better.Published 7 months ago by Steve P