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3.8 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

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Product Dimensions 11.3 x 7.5 x 4.8 inches
Item Weight 8.7 pounds
Shipping Weight 8.7 pounds
ASIN B0000AXDVA
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3.8 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #926,517 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#782 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Utensils & Gadgets > Meat & Poultry Tools > Meat Grinders
Date first available at Amazon.com March 6, 2010

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With the rising cost of everything, including meat, we decided to purchase a meat grinder and make our own burger and sausage. We bought this one. do not make the same mistake. it is junk. the meat is smashed to a pulp in the tube rather than going down the tube to the end. dont get me wrong, it does eventually get to the end where it is forced out of the holes, but by then, all the grease ( trust me, I thoroughly scrubbed this) has been worked out of the handle shaft (this is a guess, Im not positive where it is coming from)and is also coming out of the grinder with the meat, in large clumps. after the grease has all been worked out, you get a lovely screech with every turn of the handle. I have never been so disgusted with a purchase in my life. complete waste of money. Also, the clamps do not hold the grinder in place. Picture this, and really think about it. I am turning the handle, my husband is holding the grinder still with both hands, every time I turn the handle, we get this screech. and we were tightening the mount constantly, it just doesnt hold. Now, imagine what that does for your temper. It is really not worth it, at all. We still intend to buy a different grinder, but not from this company.
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I have a Porkert meat grinder that looks very similar to this one. Actually, they all look about the same. My grinder works very well and makes perfect ground beef, with lean or fatty blends. Just thought I'd leave some advice for the people who are having so much trouble with their grinders. Assuming that the screw, knife and cutting die on these other models are put together as well as my Porkert 8 (a grinder from the Czech Republic), these other grinders should also be able to work well. Here are a few tips to make a grinder work.
1. Everything must be ice-cold. Put the whole grinder in the freezer a few hours before grinding. Also, put the meat in the freezer and space out the pieces on a tray or plate so that they chill evenly. The meat should be ALMOST frozen. Start grinding immediately as soon as you remove it from the freezer. Test out your set up in advance so you can start quickly.
2. Cut the meat into long STRIPS, NOT CHUNKS. Strips of meat feed with little effort. Leave buttery, waxy fat on the meat (it feeds through just fine as long as it's well-chilled), but make sure you trim off sinew and elastic textured connective tissue. It will gum up the grinder.
3. Make sure the blades of the cutter face the die plate (the plate with the holes). If the blades are very dull, you can sharpen them with a file, like you would use to sharpen a lawn mower blade. If you don't know how to do this, check out a video on you tube. Files are available on amazon and most hardware stores. Really easy.
4. If the counter is too thick for the grinder to clamp onto it. Get a couple of C - clamps from the hardware store and use them to clamp a thinner cutting board to your counter. Leave a little overhang and clamp the grinder to that.
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This is almost like my mother had back in the old days. Nothing elegant, but heavy metal parts that are tough as anything, and it looks rugged enough that you could hand it down to the next generation. I haven't used the casing attachment, but it does a good job with the bulk sausage I've made.
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This grinder was unable to grind pork chunks no bigger than 2 inches. The assembly is extremely poor and difficult to clean and dry. Would NOT recommend for any reason
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I've bought this item and it is true what they say,"you get what you paid for" It came a little rusted and it had this lubricant all over, I didn't want to use it from the the start so I washed it twice, it corroded, try to clean it as best as i could and tried to use it, the meat kept getting jammed the little that came out had black things due to the corrosion, so if I used anything It was probably the plastic accessories that came for the sausage stuffing, Now to return it I'll probably have to pay for S&H, forget it! I'll Probably end up trashing it.
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