Meat Grinder Recommendations

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Kookabanus
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Meat Grinder Recommendations

Post by Kookabanus » Mon Oct 12, 2015 12:15 pm

Can anyone recommend a stand alone grinder? Up to the $300 mark?
I've got a sausage stuffer so just need a reliable mincer that doesn't easily get clogged up.

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Re: Meat Grinder Recommendations

Post by Buzabbq » Mon Oct 12, 2015 6:04 pm

I just have one of those old hand crank meat grinder. Does the job for me !
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Re: Meat Grinder Recommendations

Post by Bentley » Sun Oct 18, 2015 4:31 am

Do you by any chance have a Kitchenaid stand mixer? They have a grinding attachment that I have used for 20 years to grind my meats. It was horrible to try and use for piping links, so like you I got a dedicated machine for piping, but as a grinder, works very well.

As far as a stand alone, I do not know if you have access to LEM products, but they make excellent grinders, and have many attachments for other things that can go on it.

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Kookabanus
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Re: Meat Grinder Recommendations

Post by Kookabanus » Mon Oct 19, 2015 9:27 am

I was using a grinding attachment for my wife's kenwood mixer but that thing is from the 60's and I worry about over working it.
I looked and LEM but they don't seem to be available in Australia. The equivalent brand here is called Fabio Leonardi, from what I can tell they are the same but quite pricey.
I ended up finding a "commercial" grinder online for a great price, the thing is a beast!
Thanks for the help.

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Re: Meat Grinder Recommendations

Post by wdabrowski » Tue Dec 12, 2017 9:23 pm

Hi mate,
One of the distinct advantages for a stand-alone grinder has it most of them have a reverse function. It is a nice time-saver if you're trying to mince some troublesome meat with lots of tissue, disgustingly get caught in the blade.
You can choose from any brands available in the market…may be STX.
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