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Perfect for home meat processing!
We were looking for a meat grinder to make our own mincemeat and sausages. Initially we thought we would require a powerful, expensive commercial meat grinder, but after some research found the Eurochef 1800W grinder - at an extremely reasonable price of $159.
We thought it was worth a go. The description of the components and the design looked and sounded like it would meet our needs.
We ordered on-line from Kogan and it arrived within their estimated delivery time.
We have since used it several times and can say:
1. It is noisy and my partner uses earplugs when operating it, but he is very careful about protecting his hearing !
Black streak in sausage
Didn't notice it at first but when we started grinding white meat (chicken and pork) there is this black stuff inside. Its because of the metal parts grinding against each other. Noticed there is a similar review about this. Is the manufacturer addressing this because it is very concerning. Just got the grinder 2 months ago but cannot find the manufacturer's website
Inside metal grindel leave a black powder mark through sausages!
When you grind the meat, it leaves a black powder mark throughout center of sausage meat.
The metal that turns before meat goes through the opening causes this black powder mark.
Even when the meat is cooked the discoloring, black color, shows in the center of sausage! It looks like the aluminum turning part is very poor quality and its not appetizing at all! It doesn't look healthy and cannot be.
We tried over two years several ties thinking it will improve but decided to stop using this device in case we get sick!
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