meat mincers

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john67

meat mincers

Does anybody use them and if so which ones are the best

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Welshcookie

Mincer

Attachment on my Kenwood.

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Thistledo

Mincers

Attachment on my KitchenAid.
If I had to buy a stand-alone one, I think I would aim for the good old fashioned ones (like my Mum had) where you clamp it to the end of a table and screw it up tight. Nowadays though, I think they have a suction pad at the base which in my opinion, do not work. Tried once, prior to my acquiring my all dancing mixer, and more often than not, It would become 'unsucked' and then the air would become extremely blue!

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Welshcookie

Meat Mincer

Ah, a Spong!

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Yummy

Meat Mincer

I had a Hachoir ( electric meat mincer ) in France, and also a grinder attachment for my Kenwood. Gave them both away when we moved, I have also got a "Porkert" which is the screw on table model, but haven't used that in years . Back here in the Uk it is much easier to get decent minced beef, pork ....any kind of meat really .

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Grannie Cool

Meat Mincers

I have a Spong...... haven't used it in years. Used it a lot when the kids were small for making my own burgers. In light of what is happening at the moment, perhaps mincers will take off again as people make their own burgers. At least we would know what was in them!!!!!!!!!

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sam from worthing

meat mincers


I have a meat mincer just like one that is for sale in Lakeland. it is now £30 (white with green flashes - mine is white and red), I paid 19.99 for mine 5 years ago. you can also stuff sausages (which was fun!!) and make spaghetti with it (not tried that yet).

you put it on your work top, turn a knob and it suctions down- and mine still does really suck and is unmoveable, it didn't, however, suction to a high gloss mdf work top, but i had a butchers block style work top in an island, and now i have wood laminate effect work top which does suction to.

There are 2 mincing blades for fatter or skinnier mince strings.

everything comes apart for easy cleaning.

once you get into a rhythm its surprising how quickly you get through a couple of kilo of meat.

 
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