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KitchenAid FVSP Fruit and Vegetable Strainer Parts for Food Grinder

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  • Parts add a strainer function to KitchenAid food grinder (not included)
  • Strainer fits food grinder for all KitchenAid household stand mixers
  • Prepare fruit and vegetable sauces, chutneys, and jams
  • Strainer assembles easily without tools
  • Most parts are dishwasher-safe
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KitchenAid FVSP Fruit and Vegetable Strainer Parts for Food Grinder + KitchenAid FT Food Tray Attachment for Stand Mixers + KitchenAid SSA Sausage Stuffer Kit Attachment for Food Grinder
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 6 x 10 inches ; 1.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00004SGFK
  • Item model number: FVSP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (219 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,701 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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For use with all KitchenAid household stand mixers, these parts add a strainer function to the KitchenAid food grinder accessory (which is not included). Cooks who have the food grinder will find the strainer to be a valuable addition. Like the grinder, the strainer turns many tough kitchen chores into walks in the park. It converts cooked apples and pears into sauces for preserving or immediate consumption. Freezer jams are a snap; so is fresh tomato sauce. Baby foods can be made in quantity and frozen. The strainer assembles and disassembles quickly and easily without tools, and most parts are dishwasher-safe. --Fred Brack

Product Description

KitchenAid Fruit & Vegetable Strainer ParKitchenAid Fruit& Vegetable Strainer Parts are designed to be usedwith the Food Grinder - a separate purchase. Attachment enables you to quickly and easily prepareapple and tomato sauce, baby food, freezer jams and chutneys. Use only with soft, cooked food. Designed to be used with all models of KitchenAid Stand Mixers. Instruction guide included.


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Customer Reviews

Clean up was easy.
Icedeer
The fruit and vegetable strainer works well for tomatoes and apples and other fruits and vegetables with larger seeds.
T. DiSalvo
We've only used it so far on tomatoes to make sauce but it worked great!
R. Reeves

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

120 of 122 people found the following review helpful By Debbie Lee Wesselmann TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 29, 2002
I bought this attachment to go along with the food grinder attachment (sold separately.) Wow - I can't believe how quickly I can make fresh applesauce. I simmer quartered apples - seeds, cores, peels, and all - until tender, then send them through the strainer. In minutes, I have fresh, hot applesauce. The refuse is expelled through the end and into another bowl, so you never have to worry about all that peeling and coring.
Tomato sauce? Just as easy. Fresh quartered tomatoes go in one end; the juice/pulp and the seeds come out separately. After that, it's only a matter of cooking the sauce down.
The strainer is a great addition to my kitchen.
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89 of 96 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 7, 2003
I bought one of these several years ago and have used it quite a bit. It is very handy for straining, if a bit slow and messy. The big gripe I have with the product is -- one of the first times I used it (straining blackberries) the seam down the side of the strainer cone split. I continued to use it for a couple of years, but it finally split completely and became unusable. I called about a replacement and the customer service representative told me that they do not reccommend straining blackberries in it, for just that reason. I looked in my manual. I couldn't find a warning to that effect, although in all fairness the straining instructions contain a list of fruit and blackberries are not listed. At any rate I think it is really sorry that this fruit strainer self destructs over blackberries. The real clincher to my poor review is that the strainer cone, just that one dinky peice, costs $$$$$ to replace. I was in too much shock to even ask about shipping costs....
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83 of 93 people found the following review helpful By G. Powell on November 16, 2004
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I tried this for rasberries and it left too much of the berry stuff among the seeds, so foolishly I ran it through again. That cracked the strainer. I'm still using it (cracked and all) for applesauce, going on 15 years, and its still the cat's pajamas. Everyfall it gets loaned out to my friends who don't own a mixer. (Otherwise I'd buy them this strainer pack).

But for Applesauce, its is so worth it. A 16qt pan of apple mash (skins, seeds, stems) takes about 10 minutes to seperate into muck and sauce. Why can it, when you can make it fresh anytime you want it?

Update: 11/2012 I recently made this video to show you how easy it is to use. I recommend the wider food tray top as wellKitchenAid FT Food Tray Attachment for Stand Mixers Yes they should just include it, but until they do, if you process a lot of food, its worth the extra cost.
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Joel Nossoff on July 29, 2003
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Makes much easier work of processing tomatoes (home grown or farmer's market) for tomato sauce, and I am looking forward to processing fall apples for apple sauce for canning. I wish the instructions were more helpful. Tells you how to assemble and clean it, but no instructions and just a few recipes. I had to find out for myself that I need to put the tomato waste through three times to get the most juice and pulp. You have to experiment with it. We are going to try it with grapes this fall, for juice and wine.
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52 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 15, 2010
I bought this because I was needing something to juice wheatgrass. I had the Kitchenaid stand mixer and really did not want to buy yet another expensive counter gadget if I did not have too. I opted to buy this instead and found a reconditioned one on Ebay for $30, including shipping. This works fabulously for juicing wheatgrass. From start to clean-up, I can juice about 2 ounces in 8-10 minutes. I've done some comparison viewing online and from what I can tell, this attachment works the same as the expensive juicers work. Is it perfect? No. Sometimes the grass gets hung up, sometimes the juice seeps out where it shouldn't, sometimes the pulp is still a tad wet so I run it through again. But, these are all comments I've seen on other juicers so I don't think the more expensive models are any better.

All in all, this serves the purpose for what I need and I am extremely pleased I got away with only a $30 investment instead of a $225+ investment for a wheatgrass juicer.

Oh, I did try other greens such as spinach, lettuce, cucumbers, and even tomatoes. It juiced those just as well. Very pleased with this attachment.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Eileen Bennett on July 10, 2011
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I've had this for a few years, and found it extremely good for grinding up tomatoes for canning (just halve plum tomatoes, raw with skins on, works great). I do find that you have to take it apart and clean a few times to get through a bushel, but you can easily tell when to do this once the juice spurts out the back. I run the expelled skins through again to get them most out of them. Also works great for making applesauce.

I did want to post another warning about blackberries. I read some of the previous reviews about blackberries, both on this site and HarvestForum, and found conflicting advice. I decided to try it and watch carefully. I got through just two pints of blackberries and heard the motor sound like it was starting to labor, and immediately stopped. Glad that I did. The entire end of the fruit screen was completely jammed with seeds, and I had to use a chopstick and a hammer to get through this and unjam it. I was really lucky that the seam didn't split, and I didn't damage my motor on my KitchenAid. I am going to get a hand cranked mill for blackberries, since I do like making homemade syrup and seedless jam, but would never risk my KitchenAid with blackberries again. Note that the issue isn't with the screen size, it is with the end of the funnel on the screen itself actually clogging.

EileenB
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