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skidmark
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Member since Feb 2008
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Meat grinder recommendations.


Looking into grinding my own meat for hamburgers and such. Might be interested in making sausage too. Any recs on a good grinder. I have a kitchen aid mixer but the reviews for the grinder attachment are mixed with many people describing "metal shavings" in the meat. Any other options out there?






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NoSaint
Member since Jun 2011
2231 posts

re: Meat grinder recommendations.


ive been in the market too and it seems like everything has reviews just all over the place - unless its a fortune.

havent pulled the trigger. maybe a good thread here will help me.






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wickowick
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Head of Island
Member since Dec 2006
22872 posts

re: Meat grinder recommendations.


I don't have specifics on brands, but I would bet that you can buy a small commercial model either online or at a local equipment supply store for cheaper and much better quality than a new home use model. Making sausage is easy and the grinder will give you tons of options for grinding and stuffing...





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Eddie Vedder
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The South Plains
Member since Jan 2006
4438 posts

re: Meat grinder recommendations.


I picked up this one earlier in the year: LEM Meat grinder.

i use it for ground meat, and making boudin and sausage. i've been very happy so far.

i, like you, considered the KitchenAid attachment. But, the reviews were so mixed that I decided to go with a standalone grinder.






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hugo
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CenLa
Member since Sep 2007
651 posts

re: Meat grinder recommendations.


I have one from cabelas. Think I got it on sale for about $70. I have run a few pork butts and a couple deer through it with no problems. Stuffed a few links of sausage too.





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