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Meat Grinder Basics
by: SA Perillo





With the availability of ground meat in the market, electric meat grinder is a must-have in your kitchen. Nowadays, there are just few of those who create their own venison, sausages, tartars, or just their family heritage dishes. Meat grinders which were one of the basic kitchen tools in the past have becoming obsolete through time. But due to the technology and the slow return of the home basic meals, these grinders are becoming available again, this time with more functions and higher technology to choose from. Due to this sophistication, much know-how should be read upon in order to choose the right meat grinder for your home.

The Principle

Although there are many kinds of electric meat grinders, all of them have a specific function and operate on the same principles. Meats which are cut-up into pieces are fed into a hopper, where a screw pushes it to the blades that will grind it into perfection. For best result, it is better to be chilled the meat so that it can be easily grinded.

Manual and Electric

Those which are frequently seen around the household are a manual type meat grinder. This kind usually is freestanding and attached to a counter top, either by a clamp or a suction cup. Of course, in choosing a manual model, it is better to choose those which are rust proof, cast in iron and has a zinc coating. Always avoid models which have plastic parts as it may diminish the quality and life span of your grinder. Manually operated meat grinders can readily simplify the process of cutting up meat by hand and also give you more luxury in the preparation of your dishes.

On the other hand, electric meat grinders are clearly can be most seen in the professional kitchen because of their versatility and quality. Since professionals demand more into their grinders, these gadgets can grind any types of meat in no time. When choosing an electric meat grinder, it is best to choose those which are easily disassembled—for easy cleaning, has ergo metric design—to save up space, and are made from non-corrosive materials—for long service.

Alternatives

If you are having second thoughts in acquiring your own meat grinder, a food processor can be the best alternative. It requires more work since you will have to cut the meat into smaller pieces than those which are required for a grinder. Another best alternative is an oesterizer, which are typically used for making shakes and salsa. Whatever it is, it should be a great help in your kitchen.

Although there are alternatives for an electric meat grinder, nothing can encompass the perfect grounded meat it can produce. So whenever you are just considering to have an alternative for a meat grinder, always think first of the quality of dishes you are going to produce, and I am sure that you will eventually switch into having your very own meat grinder. Prepare your food fast and even more delicious!

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