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Create delicious dishes with a food grinder

Food grinders are something that surely no Australian can do without. From making your own cracking burgers and sausages to slap on the barbie, to assembling the perfect side salads, salsas and spice mixes, there's no need to mess around with a knife as these functional kitchen utensils have you covered.

Meat/food grinders

Available in plastic, stainless steel, cast iron and aluminium alloys, the appearance of your meat grinder is a matter of personal taste but it's the function that's truly important. The meat grinder will produce freshly ground meat in minutes. Most include multiple grinding plates, so you can choose a coarse or fine cut, and many come with sausage nozzles for making large or small sausages. KitchenAid offer sausage stuffer attachments that can be purchased separately.

Multifunction meat grinders also come with attachments for cutting vegetables, chopping nuts and making fine cut salsas and sauces.

From restaurants to baby food

Food grinders are available in a wide range of different sizes, whether you're looking for something that can handle a large production volume for commercial use or something to make healthy food for your baby at home. Capacities range from 500ml to unlimited manual feeds.

Easy to operate

Food and meat grinders can be electric or manual. Electric food grinders require an external power source, have varying speeds and pulse functions so you can control how finely your produce is ground and come with a range of attachments for grinding, shredding, chopping or blending.

Manual food grinders have ergonomically designed handles for ease of use and often come with a clamp allowing them to be firmly attached to your work surface to prevent slipping. Manual grinders allow for a continuous feed of meat or vegetables as you grind, whereas electric models tend to have a set load capacity.

Electric or manual, the most important part of your meat or food grinder is the blade. Read the maintenance instructions to keep it clean and sharp.

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