Rated 2 out of 5Â by Hibiscus47 Not a meat grinder!!
This was a birthday gift. The only purpose was to grind my own meats. All it does is mash meat and stop after a minute because of the build up of fat, muscle and grizzle. Have to take it apart to pry off glop just to have to do it again and again. Tried with beef and then pork with same results. There are grey pieces of meat dispersed among ground meat Very disappointed with this, even though have 2 mixers that are are by far the best I have used. One mixer was my mom's dating back from 1958 and still runs like a top and my newest is 20 years old in excellent condition.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Jennifer Grey Ooze coming out when grinding meat.
I invested a lot of money in meat to start grinding my own. I've tried several ways partially frozen to room temperature and gray keeps coming out on every kind of meat. Also meat comes out of grinder at the point of connection to the machine. Very disappointed.
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Julie Leaks grease into you food
I LOVE my Kitchen Aid stand mixer. I use it all the time for baking and cooking. For that purpose it works great. However, I have purchased the meat/food grinder attachement. My intention was to make homemade ground beef pattys for burgers. The machine will not grind the steak or roast to burger. It gets clogged right away. Even worse that the few bits of ground burger that make it out are coated in black greese from the axle. This machine is not cut out for use as a food grinder. I'm very unhappy with this aspect. More so disappointed. Much of my reason to invest in Kitchen Aid was because of the various accessories compatable with the machine.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Mag Grey Ooze When Grinding Meat
I bought this with the intention of grinding meats, but grey ooze comes out whenever I try using it. KitchenAid denies there is an issue, but unless you want grey metal shavings on your food, buy another product.