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OXO Good Grips Food Mill

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  • Food mill includes 3 stainless-steel discs for preparing foods of fine, medium, and coarse textures
  • Stainless-steel inner bowl accommodates hot foods and prevents staining
  • Simple release button for easy disc exchange and disassembly
  • Non-slip legs, handle, and cranking knob; folds for easy storage
  • 11-Inch diameter; 2.3-quart capacity; all parts are dishwasher-safe
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  • Product Dimensions: 13.2 x 7.5 x 8.2 inches ; 7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000I0MGKE
  • Item model number: 1071478
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (336 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #418 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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The OXO Good Grips Food Mill is the perfect tool for preparing fresh purees, sauces, soups and more. It has a stainless steel inner bowl that is ideal for hot foods and will not stain, and includes 3 stainless steel grinding discs for fine, medium and coarse textures. Use the fine disc for homemade jellies, creamy sauces and baby food, the medium disc for applesauce and vegetable soups, and the coarse disc for mashed potatoes and chunkier sauces. The Food Mill has a unique release button that makes it easy to exchange discs and disassemble for storage. Three non-slip legs hold the Food Mill securely over bowls and pots up to 11 inches in diameter, keeping it out of your food. The legs also fold for easy storage. The soft, non-slip handle and knob ensure comfort when gripping the Food Mill and turning the blade. All parts are dishwasher-safe.


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Customer Reviews

Easy to clean.
Amazon Customer
It does clog up quickly with skins, but a single turn backwards scrapes it clean; a silicone spatula to push food down the sides into the blade also helps.
John
So far I've made tomato sauce, apple sauce and mashed potatoes and it has been fantastic.
Lindsay H. Scott

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

391 of 394 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on October 1, 2007
We do a lot of home canning and preserving and purchased this mill to help with some of the chores associated with putting away pumpkin butter, grape butter, pumpkin puree and other foods. This was the only tool we found that helped get rid of the seeds and save the pulp of the grapes for our grape spread. We also own one of the large food strainers (Victorio or Roma type model) and this did a better job than that large, expensive strainer for that kind of work.

Things I really like:
--the "legs" of the strainer on the pot are coated with a rubberized surface that helps to keep them from slipping off the edge of the pot you are using it over. The handle seems to have the same coating and is pleasant to hold.
--also with the legs, they fold for storage, but I have found that folding them down around the sides of a 4-cup pyrex measuring cup also helps to hold it stable while using it.
--I like the white enamel (I think that's what it is) coating on the outside of the pot. Very attractive.
--Easy to clean. If I clean this immediately after using, I can practically just rinse it in hot water and let it dry and it looks great.
--handle assembly is cleverly designed and feels sturdy and secure when using it.
--comes with 3 disks for different jobs. We use the most coarse disk for pumpkin and apples and it works beautifully. (Note, we do take the seeds out of our pumpkins before cooking and straining). We used the medium disk with our grapes this year and it did a nice job, but a few seeds did sneak through. Next year we will try the fine disk.

My ONLY quibble with this piece of equipment is that it is not bigger. As I mentioned above, it fits nicely over a 4-cup pyrex measuring cup. I'd be thrilled if it was larger. The pot itself probably doesn't hold more than 4 cups. You *can* use it over a large pot, the legs will simply hold it there for you. It's the size of the pot itself I am talking about.
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315 of 320 people found the following review helpful By V. Martinez on September 28, 2007
I bought this mill after trying it out alongside the All Clad, and after having read the bad reviews of other high-end mills. Unlike the All-Clad, which has a fixed knob, the knob on the Oxo crank turns independently of the crank, so that you can grip it while turning without losing the skin off the palm of your hand. It's quieter than the All-clad, which makes an annoying scraping sound, and it has those awesome retractable legs that let you rest it over any bowl. With the All-Clad, you have to either use All-clad pots or hold the whole thing in your other arm as you crank away with that horrible knob. So far, I have made amazing mashed potatoes and fresh heirloom tomato Bloody Mary's. The fine mesh seive held back the seeds and skins of the tomato perfectly, which some mills won't do. If you like seeds and skin in your sauces, just use the medium seive. The disks are VERY easy to switch out, just click the latch. Lastly, the Oxo is cheaper. If you want a food mill, this is the one!
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189 of 196 people found the following review helpful By Gardening Girl on November 28, 2007
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After using an old aluminum food mill for years this one just knocked my socks off. Fits easily over a bowl or pot, stainless steel, does not slip, turns smoothly, has different size "screens"...I just love it. I make applesauce with skins, core, seeds and all, just cook halved apples with a little water, put the mash through the mill and the things you don't want are left behind. A definite upgrade, easy to clean.
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128 of 133 people found the following review helpful By M. Simerson VINE VOICE on September 30, 2011
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My family has a weakness for blackberries.
We live in the Pacific Northwest. They grow everywhere.
In late August and September, we start getting grumpy if we haven't had a blackberry pie within the week.
I canned 21 quarts of blackberry jam this summer.
We really like our blackberries!

Over the years, we've tried a number of techniques to remove the seeds. Pantyhose. Cheesecloth. Wire mesh strainers. All of those techniques remove far too much pulp with the seeds. We always end up mixing the pulp and seeds back in and making our jam and pies with seeds in. Recently I needed a food mill to prep some pears for pear butter. When this one arrived, I noticed the disc with the smallest holes appeared just the right size for straining out blackberry seeds.

Solely interested in serving the Amazon community, I went and picked enough berries to make 4 quarts of jam and two pies. My 4 y.o. son and I then had a jolly good time of milling them. This mill did a fantastic job of removing nearly every seed from bucket after bucket of blackberries. And it didn't take long either. To avoid the appearance that our testing was biased, we donated the blissfully seed free pies and jam to charity. If you believe that last sentence, I've got some blackberry seeds I'd like to sell you.

Oh yeah, it also did a fine job of milling our pears.
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59 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Constant Reader on September 9, 2010
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I compared the OXO Food mill with the RSVP mill online before purchasing. I first went with the RSVP product based strictly on price (since the ratings were essentially the same). The first thing I made was Tomato Sauce/marinara wherein I cooked tomatoes with garlic, herbs, and Olive oil and passed them through the mill. Immediately, I saw there was a LOT of waste with the RSVP mill. The food would just spin around in the top of the mill and not be passed through the holes in the metal disc (coarsest disc used). I shook the thing, ran the crank in the opposite direction to move the food around and reposition it. took out my wooden spoon to 'help' the mill by breaking down the tomatoes more. bit by bit, more and more food got processed but despite all my efforts, I would estimate 10-15 percent of the tomatoes just wouldn't go through, even after 5-10 minutes of cajoling. Let me make something clear here. These tomatoes were canned Marzano tomatoes which had ALREADY BEEN PEELED AND SEEDED - they practically crush themselves. It seemed to me that since the 'bad' stuff the mill was designed to remove was already gone , every bit of these tomatoes should gone through. I had a similar experience with my applesauce attempt using the medium disc. A lot of wasted apples and a rather meager (though delicious!) yield of applesauce.

I'd never owned a Food Mill before and just thought this was how they worked...

I was browsing Sur La Table one afternoon and they had the OXO mill out on display. The disks caught my eye. They were not just discs with holes cut in them, but were actually shaped to allow the food to pass through them. The holes were raised slightly, almost like the blades of a cheese grater.
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