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RSVP Endurance Stainless Steel Food Mill

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  • 18/8 Stainless steel with wooden handle
  • 8" Diameter x 4 1/4" J
  • Includes 3 interchangeable stainless steel disks (fine, medium, coarse)
  • Polished finish exterior for good looks, brushed finish interior to hide scratches
  • Stainless steel parts are dishwasher safe
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Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions16 x 9.1 x 4.7 inches
UPC053796102786
Item model numberFDML
  
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ASINB0000CFH1K
Best Sellers Rank #11,338 in Baby (See top 100)
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A good food mill is a kitchen essential and this Endurance Food Mill is a top seller. Made from durable, non-reactive, hygiencic 18/8 stainless steel, it features 3 interchangeable stainless steel disks that allow you to choose the coarseness of your finished product, whether fine, medium or coarse. Measures 8" in diameter x 4" deep.


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I love making 'mashed' potatoes with this.
BASILEAVES
Using the smallest blade the mill perfectly removed all pepper and tomato seeds and all of the tomato skins, as well.
Paul
That said, it works great and is built from quality materials.
Kashi

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422 of 430 people found the following review helpful By Constant Reader on September 9, 2010
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Below is the text of my OXO Good Grips Food Mill review. I am also posting it here since it is relevant to people considering the RSVP product since this was the product I compared it to.

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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.
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86 of 88 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Davis on August 19, 2009
This item is attractive in its appearance and design. However, it is difficult to use for canning tomato juice.

This mill lacks the wire that dispenses with the pulp on the underneath side which is very much needed for such an application. It also seems to be lacking tension in the rotary portion of the blade and therefore leaves a lot of juice and pulp resulting in waste and a less rich canned product.

From having used many in the past, I immediately noticed these disparities and overall it is a product for very lightweight tasks in my opinion.
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85 of 103 people found the following review helpful By David Gurgel VINE VOICE on March 27, 2009
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This item was promptly delivered. The heavy-duty stainless construction should last a lifetime. A comfortable wooden handle is secured by an outer stainless handle to the bowl. Three included disks (fine, medium, coarse) install quickly. A large, rotating, stainless steel knob on the operating handle fits the palm and makes for easy operation. Appearance is certainly nice enough to hang in the open.

With an eight-inch diameter and approximately 2-1/2 quart bowl, the size seems right for preparing meals for 1 - 8. Those preparing a gallon or more at a time may want a larger mill.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By ronemtz on December 29, 2009
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The food mill is well built but tiny. Well, tiny may be a superlative.

Based on the size of the tomatoes, it appears that you could place about 8-10 tomatoes inside to process. Instead, three normal sized tomatoes or maybe 4-Roma tomatoes will just about fill up the basket/hopper.

The size is promoted at about 2-1/2 quarts, however, I would estimate this to hold about 3 cups. Beyond that and it starts to overflow, especially when occasionally you back it up to clear the skins and seeds from the sieve.

On the positive side, it is a solidly built tool, ready to to take the seeds out of chokecherry so I can make some more wine.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By alisheng on November 30, 2009
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I had a lot of apples to use up and couldn't face peeling them all. This food mill was exactly what I needed - I just cut and cored the apples, boiled them, put them through the food mill and had some delicious applesauce to show for it - without peeling a single apple!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jabbo on October 26, 2009
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I use this to make tomato sauce. It strains the seeds out of the tomatoes for a sweet sauce
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Wendy Moffitt on April 12, 2009
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I am happy with this machine and it works to perfection. I like that it comes with multiple blades and does a great job on tomatoes.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By moondancer186 on September 19, 2011
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I had great expectations for this food mill, especially for tomatoes and making sauce. This product was a HUGE disappointment. The tomatoes i used were parboiled for 7 minutes making them extremely mushy. But the food mill only pushed them along. I had more luck putting them in a screen basket and working them with a potato masher. It was a total flop. This mill may be good for mashed potatoes or applesauce but then hey, why not just use a potato masher instead of using AND WASHING all these parts. Not one of my better amazon choices.
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