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Old 09-05-2006, 04:50 PM   #1
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Kitchen Aid mixer users - Opinions Wanted

Someone gave me the fruit & vegetable strainer / puree attachment, but you have to also have the Food Grinder Attachment to use the strainer/puree attachment. I don't have the F.G.

The person who gave me the strainer attachment had owned it for several years, but NEVER used it, so it's new-in-box, but it's an old box. These retail for $50, and there is a $50 price tag still on it. The Food Grinder Attachment also costs $50 to buy.

I would like to use the whole setup to make baby food, but don't know if I'll get $50-worth of use out of it.

Do you think I should I sell the strainer/puree attachment, or should I buy the food grinder attachment? DH is OK with whatever option I choose.

(Anyone here interested in buying the attachment from me? Let me know if you are!)
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Old 09-05-2006, 05:00 PM   #2
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I don't think they cost that much anymore. Have you checked your local retailer? I think mine were around $25 each when I bought after our wedding a couple of years ago, but I don't know for sure.
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If I am any help I love my grinder. We use it all the time. It works really great for meat as well as onions. We also have the slicer shreader. This comes in really handy during canning season. It slices beets great for canning. It also slices potatoes and onions for scalloped potatoes. sometimes you can find the combo sets for cheaper that the individual pieces. Check ebay.
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If I am any help I love my grinder. We use it all the time. It works really great for meat as well as onions. We also have the slicer shreader. This comes in really handy during canning season. It slices beets great for canning. It also slices potatoes and onions for scalloped potatoes. sometimes you can find the combo sets for cheaper that the individual pieces. Check ebay.
I already have the slicer/shredder.
What do you use the grinder for? I know I wouldn't be grinding very much meat...
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I think that is it.
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Re: Kitchen Aid mixer users - Opinions Wanted

We got the food grinder as a wedding present and I've definately gotten $50 out of it. We use it for:

1) grinding meat for babyfood - I think jarred babyfood meats smell like dogfood so I make all my own babyfood

2) grinding chicken for chicken salad

3) grinding tuna for tuna salad

Love mine!

I wonder if you could buy one on ebay for cheeper?
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Old 09-05-2006, 05:26 PM   #7
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Actually, they still do. At least, the specific attachments that I'm referring to do. KitchenAid basically sets a retail price that most retailers are unable to (legally) drop below when selling their items.

I've found the F.G. for approx $40 at several stores, but that didn't include shipping. If you see it for significantly less than that somewhere, let me know!
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