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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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.
9 1/2"Dia. x 3 1/2"H.
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
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I don't have pots big enough (yet) to do more than a 1/8 bushel of apples at a time, but this mill allowed me to completely process 2 bushels of apples in less than one day. Considering that it took me 3 days to process just one bushel last year by hand, I think this mill is pretty amazing.
I read the reviews before I purchased this mill so I knew that there wouldn't be instructions on assembly, but it's a food mill. It's designed to push mushy food through little holes--it doesn't take much thought to figure it out without them. I don't suffer from arthritis, but I can see where assembly may be difficult for someone who does. However, that being said, this mill uses tension to keep pressure on the 'blade' so it's not unnecessarily difficult, just a little stiff--but it has to be in order for it to function properly.
I like that it cleans up easily, the knob on top isn't stationary making the endless turning easy. It fit really well over several different bowls. I will say that the height of the mill (once it was sitting on a bowl) made it a little awkward to hold in place--it was just a little too tall. But even then my husband suggested I set the bowl in the sink and viola! it was was the perfect height!
Ultimately I was looking for an inexpensive mill that wouldn't rust and had as few parts that could ultimately break as possible. This mill was exactly what I was looking for and does everything I need it to do.
Wow, has it been over two years? LOL You wouldn't know it from looking at my mill. It is still as shiny and beautiful as it was when I bought it. I've used this mill for tomatoes, apples, plums, pears, cherries, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and blackberries.... and it's worked beautifully for all of them. While it doesn't get all the blackberry seeds, the smallest grate does get most of them. I don't have a cherry pitting device (not sure why) but it worked great on those. Actually, it's worked amazingly well on everything I've put through it.
From small batch canning (2 pints of fresh fruit) to larger batch (more than a bushel), this little mill has stepped up and done the job! It has lessened the time I spend canning more and made that time more enjoyable. This is probably my all time favorite canning tool and I can't imagine canning without it!
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.