Hand Operated Sausage Meat Grinder Mincer Machine Table Crank Tool Home Kitchen Cooking Tool Cutter Slicer Beef

Hand Operated Sausage Meat Grinder Mincer Machine Table Crank Tool Home Kitchen Cooking Tool Cutter Slicer Beef

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Weston delivers a complete line of unique processing equipment and supplies, so you can give your customers more in quality, price and selection. We offer a full line of quality grinders, tenderizers, stuffers and other processing equipment. Give your customers the right tools at the right price for
Features: <br />100% brand new and high quality. <br />Fast and easily to grind meat. <br />Easy to use and to operate. <br />Ergonomic design for comfortable handling. <br />It is professional for kitchen cutting slicer beef and food. <br />It is essential for every home and kitchen. <br /> <br />Specifications: <br />Color:silver <br />Item Size:15.5*16*8cm <br />Package Size:16*16.5*8cm <br />Material:Aluminium alloy <br /> <br />Package included: <br />1 x Hand Operated Meat Grinder <br />1 x Handle <br />1 x Accessories Pack

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Weston delivers a complete line of unique processing equipment and supplies, so you can give your customers more in quality, price and selection. We offer a full line of quality grinders, tenderizers, stuffers and other processing equipment. Give your customers the right tools at the right price for
Brand
Oakeskaran
Material
Cast Iron
Model
36-1001-W
manufacturer_part_number
36-1001-w
Color
Silver
Assembled Product Weight
10.0 Pounds
Customer Reviews
3.9 out of 5 Stars
5 stars
58
4 stars
27
3 stars
12
2 stars
2
1 stars
19
1-10 of 118 reviews

Works very well

I wanted to get a meat grinder for a while, and finally bought this one. After following the directions I learned via google, I put the grinder in the freezer for hours before using it. I sliced the meat into strips (don't cube it) and hardened them in the freezer, (don't freeze it, just make it very stiff) Turn the handle until you get the largest opening in the auger, push your product in the gap, and begin grinding. If everything is cold enough you will not have any issues. You will have to tighten the clamp frequently as the nylon shim that protects your counter-top has some 'squish' . As soon as you finish grinding put your product in the fridge, disassemble your grinder, and use hot tap water to rinse out the residual meat. I collected all the residual meat, and it was only enough to make one meatball, so I'd skip the 'put balled up paper towels through to push out leftover meat'. While turning the grinder's handle, you can tighten the front ring (by hand) until everything is smooth, you'll want the blade pressed snugly against the plate, but not so tight it binds up. The coarse plate made for a little concern, but when we made our hamburger patties and cooked them, they held together, and made nice burgers!! I'm very pleased. Just remember, keep everything cold!!!! If you are right handed, you'll want to help steady the grinder with your left. Put a nice thin glove on before your nitrile gloves to help keep from freezing your hand lol. (The first mix I tried was 1.5lb Chuck, .4 Skirt, .2 Bacon...too much bacon, I'd go with just 1oz bacon next time)
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A Worthy Grinder

Overall, I am happy with the performance of this meat grinder. It does a good job of making ground meat. It would probably do a great job if I used completely fat-free meat. If you have fat in the meat, you will eventually plug the strainer. With me, this happens after about a pound of meat. Luckily, it is relatively easy to remove the strainer and unclog it. There is not much support for the grinder. The legs only extend about 2 inches into the table, so it tends to wiggle when you turn the crank after a while. This could be due to the screw clamp on the bottom not wanting to stay tight. An easy fix, when it starts to wiggle, tighten the screw. If you put the meat in the feed ramp just right, the grinder will guide the meat from the feed ramp into the grinder. If you don't, you will have to use something to push the meat in. There is no plunger included. These are all relatively minor inconveniences. As I said before, I am happy with this purchase.

Good value for the money

I have used this twice and it works pretty good. The shipping took 5 business days, that's good. The first time I used it, there was some meat that came out gray because I had the plastic bushing reversed and I had metal to metal contact between the auger and housing. Be prepared to throw out some of the first meat coming through the grinder plate because it will be somewhat dirty. The fit between the auger shaft and the hole in the handle is very poor and should be redesigned. I used 2 washers behind the holding screw to fix that. Snug it up tight with a small shaft like a screwdriver and it will not slip. A square key should have been used rather than this cheap design. I was expecting a plunger would be needed, but did not need it after all. I am hoping there won't be any rust the next time I use it..

good meat grinder

This meat grinder works as expected and I haven't experienced anything coming out that I didn't put in (no black stuff, no flecks, etc.). It feels solid and it's heavy. I use it for chilled and already cooked meats cut into 1-2 inch cubes. The handle has a nice length for me and it turns smoothly, but it will exercise your upper arm slightly depending on how much you're grinding, but that's to be expected since it's a manual grinder. It fits fine on the countertop, but I'd recommend putting a towel or something under it so as not to leave indentations on the countertop. Taking it apart for cleaning was easy and drying was also easy since there's enough space inside for my hand and towel to fit. I store it in an extra large resealable plastic bag to keep all the pieces together and assembling it before use takes less than 5 minutes.

Great Value for the hobbiest

Since retiring last year I have had more time to start a few new hobbies. I had a hard time deciding whether to buy a hand cranked meat grinder or an electric one. After determining that I would only be making 10 to 20 lbs of sausage a year I decided to go with a manual meat grinder. My research pointed me to the Weston site and I determined what model I wanted to purchase. After my review I started to price the Weston # 10 model I wanted, using the internet. Once I found out that Wal Mart was carrying the exact model I had selected my research ended for the following reasons. 1. Great price 2. Met all my requirements (Nice sausage making kit included) 3. Site to Store free Shipping $00.00 Always a nice thing!! 4. The Wal Mart store I use is only 2 miles away. Just made my first batch of Sausage using a very old family recipe and it turned out exactly how I had envisioned using the Prego Weston # 10 hand meat grinder. The taste was wonderful, just as I had remembered, growing up and eating home made Italian sausage. You can’t go wrong, Cleans up nicely and it will last a lifetime. Tom

No problems ith grinding fat

For those haqving problems with fat clogging the mechanism, you can avoid that by slightly freezing the meat prior to grinding. Yo can also keep the grinder cool by running a few ice cubes through it between loads.

it does the job

My mother called me and asked me if i remembered her mothers paminto cheese spread and i remembered the delicious taste and then she gave me the recipe and i thought i want to make this now, but I did not have a hand grinder and mom said you had to make it with the hand grinder only! So i looked around and also looked on line and low and behold Walmart had one and at a very good price in fact it was the lower of all the ones i found. I had it delivered to the Walmart closest to my home and got it before the delivery date. Walmart sent me a text message letting me know it was in and i went down and got it along with the the list of stuff mom gave me and went home and made the spread and it was great. I will also be making deer sausage with it this fall it works great

junk

The threads on the face plate are junk, and the plate will not screw on right, and then blows off while you are grinding. wish i would of bought a better one.

Terrible idea to buy this product

This was a terrible buy! I thought it was going to be great. The ring that holds the entire thing together is made out of cast iron and is course threaded, it needed to be fine threaded. The threads wore out after only five minutes. I literally had just pulled it out of the box, put it together, and started using it, and it broke. I had even cut the meat up into small chunks so that it wouldn't be to much strain for it, and it still broke. I would not recommend this product to anyone, espicially hunters who want to process game themselves.

Old timer

This product is an "old timer". Has been around since I was a little girl and that is a long time ago. The one my Mother passed on to me was lost over the years, so when it came time to make Hamsalad, I tried with my food processor, but didn't care for the texture. So found one at reliable Walmart, and it's back to old fashion Hamsalad. Thanks, Walmart for saving the day.
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