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MIU France Stainless Steel Food Mill

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  • High-quality stainless-steel construction
  • Three blades: fine, medium, coarse
  • 2-quart capacity
  • Measures 9-1/4 by 3-3/4 inches
  • Safe to use in dishwasher

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 9.9 x 3.9 inches ; 9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • ASIN: B0000DZDFN
  • Item model number: 3620
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,770 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

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This food mill is an excellent tool for making homemade baby purees from fibrous ingredients, such as peas, dried apricots, or prunes, as it pushes through the smooth pulp and leaves the fiber behind. In addition, it strains seeds and skin from tomatoes to make soup or sauce and makes the fluffiest mashed potatoes. Made of high-quality stainless-steel, this tomato/vegetable mill has three heavy-duty blades with fine, medium, and coarse holes to accommodate many different foods. After inserting the proper blade, you can load up to 2.1 quarts of puree ingredients into the mill. Then simply rotate the handle to push fruits and veggies through the strainer with the paddle. The food mill has three non-slip legs that allow it to rest on any pot or bowl with a 9-inch or smaller diameter. For mess-free clean-up, the mill is dishwasher-safe. --Cristina Vaamonde

Product Description

Classic manual design separates seeds and skins as it purees for perfect results.
• Made of stainless steel.
• Three interchangeable discs: fine for purees, medium for textured dishes such as applesauce, coarse for ricing potatoes, chopping nuts, or preparing tomatoes for sauces.
• Adjustable legs are padded for stability.
• Convenient handle lets you hold the mill steady while cranking.
• Dishwasher safe.
• 9 1/2"Dia. x 3 1/2"H.
• Imported.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Crank turns but the blade does not.
nathaniel coleman
It is easy to assemble, disassemble, and clean.
Cyberwiz
It's easy to clean, looks good and works well.
J. Stephens

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

60 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Barry Burek on January 26, 2005
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Everyone where I live in central Italy uses this thing, called a "passatore"; means you can "pass" the vegetables through this mill. With scandals about homogenized baby food abounding, people make their own. Great also for soups (passato), making PASS-ta sauce (kidding, but it removes the tomato seeds nicely). Sorry to hear about the injury, as the other reviewer points out, put the grater disk round side up, commmon sense, the sharp side should come in contact with the vegetables; it's not easy to get the blades into the notches on the base becasue the spring is tight, that may be where she hurt herself, but it's not hard either! I think there's a picture on the box. Anyway, nice stainless steel, as easy to clean as a food processor, more expensive than the Italian ones (aroud $5!) but it's bigger and much more sturdy and the stainless is a plus. Try it!
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49 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Manske on September 18, 2004
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I'd never used a food mill before, so I can't compare this to anything else, but it worked very well for me. We used it to prepare food for our baby when she started solids. It didn't come with any instructions, but was simple enough to figure out. It was very easy to take it apart and put it in the dishwasher. A very good buy, especially when you look at the price of commercially prepared baby food, which, more often than not, has additives that aren't good for your baby.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Mike McNally on November 13, 2006
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Pros: it sits on top of the receptacle instead of hanging into it, like many other food mills do (including many priced much higher); the bowl and disks are all stainless and don't rust like my old one; it's made of metal and not plastic (again, old one)

Cons: The guage of the metal on the bowl is a little thinner than I'd like, but it's really only an aesthetic issue.

This is a wonderful device for processing tomatoes (use the smallest-holed disk to strain out the seeds from canned ones!), cooked potatoes and squash and other stuff like that, avocados, and so on. For tomatoes in particular the processing gives you nice smooth tomato puree with relatively little introduction of air, like you get with a blender.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By AKA's Mom on January 13, 2005
this doesn't come with any instructions, but fortunately I've seen them used and it wasn't hard to figure out. Reading the 1 star review, it's possible that the blade was in upside down which does make it very hard to turn - the blade should be curved side up, inside the mill, so underneath is concave. Once that's done, it's a champ, easy to clean, fairly easy to assemble/take apart. These can be really expensive, so this was a pretty good price. I'd recommend it.
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By M. Parsons on September 3, 2006
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I found the directions from the manufacture. Click on the link below. Hope this helps.

[...]
Stainless Steel Food Mill Directions:
Step 1: Select the Grater setting you wish to use. I.e.... Fine, Medium or Course.
Step 2: Insert the Blade "Convex" or rougher side up, so that the grinding plate has a
textured surface to mash the food.
Step 3: The hole in the middle of the blades is for placement of the center pin with spring
located on the underside of the rotating grinding plate. If the hole on the grater plate is
not filled with the center pin, then your Grater plate is probably upside down, smooth
side up or "concave" side up. This will not work so flip the blade over.
Step 4: Once the grinding plate center pin is in place, Push down slightly on the center
pin spring. This will allow you to hook the arms into place. If you are not able to turn
the grinding plate easily then your grater plate is probably upside down and you will have
to start over.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Cooking NurseTeam on September 12, 2006
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Excellent operating device that cleans easily. We've had ours now for over a year and does beautiful work. Some reviewers had assembly trouble on the account that there is no instrucion manual. I had similar difficulties initially. So, if you cannot get the mill to turn, you have the grater (insert) upside down. (This is somewhat counterintuitive because the whole device is shiny and the correct upward facing grater surface is matte. The shiny side goes down)

Good luck with your food mill!
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Karen on October 31, 2006
I just got this a couple of months ago and have used it to make tomato sauce, applesauce and pumpkin puree. I have never used another food mill before so I can only compare it to my food processor. It is WAY better than the latter since you can determine your own coarseness. With a food processor, you end up with chunks and the rest sauce-like. So you puree it for longer just to get rid of the chunks and then the rest is just too runny. With this food mill, it all comes out uniformly and it is very easy to use. And you don't have to worry about stuff flying around your kitchen (if your food processor leaks) since it all ends up in the bowl you set the food mill onto.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 17, 2006
I make homemade applesauce every year. I had an old (regular steel) Foley Food mill which is probably 25 or more years old. It's starting to show it's age. I wanted to get one for my daughter who is setting up her own household, so picked up one of these. After using hers, I decided to give up on MY old one and get one for myself. I also had a minute or so of difficulty assembling, but not bad. The only thing I wish I had was some sort of guidelines on what kind of food goes best with each insert (e.g., which to use for mashed potatoes?). I guessed to use the middle for applesauce and it worked great. I plan to experiment with mashing potatoes.
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