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Sausage grinder/stuffer
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chief613    Posted 11-22-2002 at 14:26:01       [Reply]  [No Email]
im in the search for a grinder/stuffer. I have a kitchen aid with the stuffer grinder attachment, but my mixer quit on me. I wasn’t all that happy with this set up. The first grinding was slow, but I could live with it. but the second grinding and the stuffing was slow. The ground meat just doesn’t seem to feed good, maybe just bad technique on my part. any suggestion on a low end, but not junk grinder stuffer. I was thinking about the stuffer that look like a horn with a handle on it, any one tried this type?? i heard this one has a seepage problem?or maybe a grinder that also will stuff well with tubes. Id like a grinder with a common plate size, kitchen aid is an off size plate.i have looked at the sausage maker, eldons, allied kenco. just lookin for what people have used with good results
Thanks for any suggestions


Kat in NJ    Posted 11-23-2002 at 15:53:28       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Chief: Last summer, I bought a #10 Chop-Rite combination grinder and sausage stuffer and couldn't be happier. It is the largest model that clamp mounts to the edge of the counter, as opposed to the ones that are bolted down. It has several different size grinding blades for either fine or coarse, plus a snout-shaped attachment for stuffing sausages. I coarse grind the meat first, mix it with seasonings and then run it through again into the casings.

Comes apart for easy washing, is all cast iron. Chop-rite is in Pennsylvania (Harleysville?). They do have a website and a Google search should turn them up. Email me if you have any questions!

Kat in NJ


TomH    Posted 11-22-2002 at 15:47:51       [Reply]  [No Email]
Should be something here to suit you:


fredo    Posted 11-22-2002 at 15:14:00       [Reply]  [Send Email]
try northern hydrolics catolog they have both grinders and stuffers.


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