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Default Want meat grinder review for Back to Basics 4500

Looking for review from any users of the Back To Basics Meat Grinder
4500.

Its got 800 watts, 3 blades, 3 stuffing attachments, and a teriffic
price.
I'm tempted to buy one to make sausages.
Any users of this item care to relate their experience with it?

Pierre

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Pierre > wrote:
>Looking for review from any users of the Back To Basics Meat Grinder
>4500.
>
>Its got 800 watts, 3 blades, 3 stuffing attachments, and a teriffic
>price.
>I'm tempted to buy one to make sausages.
>Any users of this item care to relate their experience with it?


Not exactly what you're asking for but I have made an exceedingly large
amount of beautiful sausage and ground meat with a Porkert 22 Hand
grinder. This thing really works well. I'm very glad I opted for it over an
electric grinder. I use a coarse and then medium plate for grinding, and
then the sausage attachement for sausage making.

A kind sausage maven on the net suggested Allied Kenco Sales as the source
for all my sausage making needs and I have been very happy with them:

www.alliedkenko.com

Adam

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Adam, thanks for the reply. Glad to see that you've found a grinder
that works for you. This'll be my first meat grinder and subsequent
jump into the sausage Cingdom.

It took a little doing, but www.alliedkenco.com did the trick. Why do
they do that? I remember a place pronounced Central, but spelled with
an S. ggrrr

Adam, thanks for the link.

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Adam, thanks for the reply. Glad to see that you've found a grinder
that works for you. This'll be my first meat grinder and subsequent
jump into the sausage Cingdom.

It took a little doing, but www.alliedkenco.com did the trick. Why do
they do that? I remember a place pronounced Central, but spelled with
an S. ggrrr

Adam, thanks for the link.

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