Waring Pro MG-800 Professional Meat Grinder, Brushed Stainless Steel
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- Professional quality meat grinder for homemade sausages, hamburger, and more
- Sturdy brushed stainless-steel housing with extra-large die-cast hopper
- Heavy-duty 350-watt motor with limited 5-year warranty
- 3 cutting plates and 2 sausage attachments included
- On/off/reverse switch; 3-foot power cord
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Waring Pro MG800 Professional Meat Grinder, Brushed Stainless Steel. Professional quality meat grinder for homemade sausages, hamburger, and more Sturdy brushed stainless-steel housing with extra-large die-cast hopper.
Fresh ground sausages, pates, meats for chili, and fish for soups can all be prepared at home with this professional quality meat grinder. Solid and sturdy, the beautiful brushed stainless-steel housing should last a lifetime. An extra-large, die-cast hopper holds a generous amount of cubed or sliced meat, which is then fed into the grinder tube with a long plastic pusher. Three metal cutting plates are included: fine, for spreads, pates, hamburger, and baby food; medium, for soup-related textures; and coarse, for ground meat used in chili. Fish and vegetables can also be ground with the appliance. Stored inside the pusher are two sausage attachments, which allow meats and spices to be combined for thin or plump sausages (recipes for Cajun, Italian, venison and other sausages are included in the user guide). Covered by a five-year warranty, the 350-watt motor works effortlessly and operates with a simple on/off/reverse switch. With the hopper attached, the grinder measures 10 by 13-1/4 by 8 inches. All parts should be washed by hand. --Ann Bieri
Top Customer Reviews
When I made the decision to buy my own grinder, I did a lot of research to determine which model would best suit my needs at an affordable price. Based on the features, motor power, quality and price I decided to try the Waring MG800. If this didn't work, my next step would be a used commercial grinder.
Let me tell you, I am impressed ! This grinder is everything advertised and more. The construction is rugged and the components are well designed. My first night I ground and vaccuum packed 20 lbs of sausage in 1/2 hour (only 5-10 minutes were actually spent grinding). The grinder never clogged and you can literally feed the hopper with your hand, the screw is so well designed that it actually draws the meat down the throat without the use of the "pusher" that is provided. Clean up is a snap due to the ease of disassembly and cast stainless housing. Power is more than adequate, and with the 5 year motor warranty you can't go wrong.
Two things to note, the blades and plates are carbon steel and must be thoroughly washed and dried before storage or they will rust (but this is also true with $1000 grinders). Also, don't be fooled by people advertising 850, 1000 or even 1200 watt plastic grinders on E-bay. This grinder may be 450 watts, but it is a true 450. The "1000 watt" grinders are actually more like 200 watt in use, so be careful.
Meat used: whole raw chicken and raw chicken backs (tested total of 100 lbs)
Meat preparation: Chopped up chicken to fit into grinder. Grinder can handle bones, even if not smashed or broken. I tested it with whole chicken legs and it crushes them just fine but the machine has to work a little harder. I recommend giving the legs a few wacks with a cleaver and it grinds them much faster. Some of the meat and bones were still partially frozen going into the grinder (no problem!).
Ease of use: Very simple assembly. Blade and cutting plates need to be completely dried after use and stored coated in veggie oil. I would recommend cleaning immediately and not allowing food to become caked on. Stainless steel very easy to wipe down with moist rag.
Food results: Meat and bones came out nicely grinded. I used the Medium cutting plate...but I have a friend who prefers the Course plate. I think the Fine plate would make the meat too mushy and harder to handle.
Machine ran continuously for over 3 hours grinding 100lbs of chicken meat and bones (may have gone faster if I had meat cut down to size before starting). Never became clogged and I did't have to use the the reverse option. Though the main unit became very warm, grinder showed no signs of slowing down. After use, I inspected all the parts; the blade, plate, hopper and shaft almost looked brand new.
Overall, I loved it. And who can beat the warrantee? Would recommend for those grinding whole chicken, cornish hens, duck, rabbits ...etc.
Results are getting much better. Manufacturer should provide tips and advice. Suasage casings are difficult to find locally, but you can buy buy them online.
Negative aspects are that the accessories have immediate rusting issues, however has not effected performance over 3 months. The hopper does not extend far enough from the machine, the meat lands on the inside edge of the receiving bowl. This results in a spill over if you do not turn the bowl.
However the motor is strong and is reversable, if you get a clog. And the main unit and hopper are made of quality stainless steel and metal.
I am not able to revise my star rating, but after 3 months of use, definitely a 4 and well worth the money. I have not bought store hamburger or suasage since buying this item. Parts do well in the dishwasher, even at sani level.