Weston Realtree Manual Meat Grinder/Sausage Stuffer, Silver
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- Permanent mount base or suction cup feet allow for easy mounting to a counter top
- Food safe electroplated tin coating
- Real tree AP camouflage storage cover
- Grinding plates for fine or coarse grinds
- Precision steel stuffing star
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Perhaps you're a hunter looking for easy affordable ways to handle your game at home. Maybe you're a foodie who simply enjoys making it all yourself from scratch. Or perhaps you're concerned about the nutritional value and cost of the overwhelming amounts of highly processed, industrialized food available today. Whatever your passion, Weston has what you need. For home gardeners, home cooks and homemakers who appreciate the value of good nutrition and taste of homemade, Weston products can help you take a healthy, back to basics approach to your meal planning and preparation. Our entire line of quality houseware products deliver unique, highly specialized tools for every step in the home food chain: Process, Prepare and Preserve. Get the right equipment to turn your game, your harvest or your bulk purchases into good nutrition, good value and good eats.
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Perhaps you're a hunter looking for easy affordable ways to handle your game at home. Maybe you're a foodie who simply enjoys making it all yourself from scratch. Or perhaps you're concerned about the nutritional value and cost of the overwhelming amounts of highly processed, industrialized food available today. Whatever your passion, Weston has what you need. For home gardeners, home cooks and homemakers who appreciate the value of good nutrition and taste of homemade, Weston products can help you take a healthy, back to basics approach to your meal planning and preparation. Our entire line of quality housewares products deliver unique, highly specialized tools for every step in the home food chain: Process, Prepare and Preserve. Get the right equipment to turn your game, your harvest or your bulk purchases into good nutrition, good value and good eats.
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First, in my opinion, this is the perfect size grinder for deer processing and even for making your own ground turkey while at the same time being portable and easy to maintain.
The other thing I really like about this unit are the suction cups. This makes it very nice for the occasional DIY meat grinder like myself. I always have the option to remove the suction cups for a more permanent mount, but having the suction cups makes it convenient to pull out of the box, slap it on a counter and go.
Clean up is a hassle, but that's not the grinders fault. If you're going to grind your own meat, be prepared to deal with spending some time on both prep & cleanup. Also, I recommend storing your plates and the knife in a baggie filled with rice to prevent them from rusting after you wash them.
For the money (just under $65 plus free shipping at the time I purchased it), it's a great price for a solidly built grinder, and I expect that it will last a lifetime with proper storage and care. There's a good video on YouTube that shows it in action: [...]
My daughter and I used it to grind meat to make home made bratwurst. It was a learning experience. Now that I have a better understanding of how it functions, I can all but eliminate the problems that we faced.
First thing we did was run a couple of tortillas through the machince to clean it. Why tortillas? Because the wife threw away the stale bread I was going to use. Glad we did this because the chopped tortilla was darkened when it started coming out but looked fine when it was done. My first mistake was not removing the plate since some of the tortilla did wrap around the base of the blade.
We used frozen meat cut into chunks, next time I will cut the chunks small and freeze them on a covered cooking sheet, that should eliminate my second mistake of using large chunks and frezing it into one large clump.
Third mistake was not removing the connective tissue in the meat which also clogged it up a bit.
But after having to take it apart twice and clearing it, we finsihed grinding three pounds of pork and two of chuck.
Over all the function was acceptable, it was a little unstable on the suctionn cups but I feel that a lot of that was due to the mistakes above.
The next day we stuffed natural hog casing to make bratwurst.. Jumping to the end product; the taste and flavor were spot on but they were dry due to not enough fat.
The stuffing function worked great, using the biggest stuffing tube however made for some really fat bratwurst so we started over with the middle tube. Here is where I think Weston could do a better job in the design. The tube fits into a funnel which fits onto the grinder. The tube pops out the back when you try to slide the casing onto it. Inconvienent at best and a pain in the butt. They shoud have it either pop into place or somehow lock into place. I put the thing together and had to hold it in place while trying to slide the casing on.
After all was said and done we ended up with 15 links and 4 slider sized patties.
Lessons learned: Cut meat into smaller chunks and freeze on a cookie sheet, take your time and expect to get a moderate work out.
All in all I am please with the quality and function of this meat grinder