KitchenAid Stand Mixer Food Grinder Attachment, Fga, 4164749

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    Product Title:KitchenAid Stand Mixer Food Grinder Attachment, Fga, 4164749
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3 Reviews for KitchenAid Stand Mixer Food Grinder Attachment, Fga, 4164749
by OldWave
It's Great For The Home Grinder
You know, the only problemn with user reviews is that they bounce around like a ping-pong ball from five stars to one and back again. Read enough of them and you won't know what to do. I make low-fat burgers using turkey breasts and trimmed steak with some turkey bacon thrown in the mix. I don't need a professional restaurant grinder, just somethng that will do the job without much fuss. We have a KitchenAid mixer, and after thoroughly confusing myself over a couple of days about what kind of grinder to get, I threw in the towel and went for the one that connects to the mixer. We like the mixer, actually my wife loves it, so how bad can an accessory by KitchenAid be? From the reviews I expected ozzing grey goo and a clean-up nightmare. So, I set-up for making my low-fat burgers, worked like a charm. Maybe I'm missing something, but I thought it attached easily, ground the meats perfectly, there was no ozzing anything, and disassembly for cleaning was easy. Was there some...
by Robert J. Scire "cooking Fool"
Good grinder
We have only used the grinder attachment to grind a pork butt and stuff some italian sausage. the grinding went really easy and had no problems with the blades cloging. My only dissapointment was with the cheap plastic pusher that was included and not the wood one that was in the picture on the website
by S. Janes "deathbysnusnu"
Works well
I like to make my own sausage, so this, plus the sausage stuffing attachment, was a great addition to the kitchen.

Some things to make the grinding go easier:
1) Chill the meat cubes in the freezer for 30 minutes or so. If the meat is completely defrosted, it can gum-up the inside a bit (easily resolved). Having the meat cubes a little "stiffer" lets it grind easier.
2) Don't power your mixer up to "10". This is a slower process. I use the max speed or "stir" or maybe as high as a 1 or 2. This keeps the grind even and you won't overheat your mixer.

Cleaning can be a bit of a pain. I unfold a paper clip and use the wire to dig out some of the meat, rinse and then let the dishwasher do the rest.
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