For those who use a meat grinder...

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  1. MisssAshby

    MisssAshby Richy Rich HM Twit!

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    ...what kind do you have and do you like it?
     
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    bubbatd Moderator

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    The only one I had was my mother's old crank one .!!! Wish I still had it ! She made the best hash out of leftover roasts !!
     
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    borzoimom Couch Pototoe City

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    kitchen aid.. and love it..
     
  4. MisssAshby

    MisssAshby Richy Rich HM Twit!

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    Do you use the attachments or is it a self-standing? I've considered the attachments but I've read about people burning up the mixer because of it overheating.
     
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    Lissa New Member

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    I use the Tasin meat grinder after hearing great reviews... So far, I've had all kinds of poultry bones through it, as well as rabbit, ish and smallish lamb/pork bones. It's amazing - I needed to use the reverse button once with the lamb bone - other than that, its never jammed. I found it loud the first time I used it but it is grinding up bones after all, so I am not sure what I expected! It's easy to assemble and takes me about 15 seconds to put it together and take it apart (which is a miracle given how dense I am when it comes to any kind of mechanical thinking:D).... I was also surprised at how easy it was to clean - my salad spinner takes more effort to put together and take apart to clean than the meat grinder!
    http://www.onestopjerkyshop.com/tasin-ts108-electric-meat-grinder-p-47.html
     
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    youbetcha1018 New Member

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    Can't afford one,I only chop it very finely.:)
     
  7. rayter

    rayter Guest

    I have a 1 HP Grinder I bought last year from Walmart. :)
     

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