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  Reply # 1125732 10-Sep-2014 13:05
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Here's one, $20, today only?

http://www.1-day.co.nz/products/AA1CDNNCL


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Personally I think all the manual devices are too hard to use. I count amongst them manual pasta makers and manual sausage makers.

My wife uses one of these

http://www.kitchenaid.com/shop/-3/-[SSA]-400158/SSA/

which she attaches to this

http://www.kitchenaid.com/shop/-[FGA]-400611/FGA/

It makes the job very easy plus not only do you grind and mix your own meat, then you stuff the sausages in the same appliance.

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I hasten to add, she hasn't made sausages in ages :-(  But she does mince her own meat.




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  Reply # 1132063 19-Sep-2014 11:48
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lchiu7: Personally I think all the manual devices are too hard to use. I count amongst them manual pasta makers and manual sausage makers.

Really? I don't find it that hard to crank the handle, I prefer the "connection" I feel directly to the meat I'm grinding.

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