Rated 5 out of 5Â by ReadingOma Easy to use
I bought this to use for making applesauce. We used 5 bushels of apples and it was quick and easy. It processed the skin, seeds and stems into a tidy, compact mound that was efficiently pushed out of the machine. I was worried the machine might overheat since we were using this for several hours, but I did not have any problems at all. It does take awhile to clean the strainer, however, and I did not want to let it sit in water since there was mention of rusting. So, I would recommend this if you have a large project- making applesauce, tomato sauce, etc since you do have the cleanup of the strainer.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by ChattyPatty2 I use this so often
We bought the entire attachment pack which also includes the grinder and vegetable strainer/juicer. They are all great. I wash them by hand also and drain, then dry and keep in a plastic bin. Can't imagine why some are having trouble with rusting, etc. I've had mine for 3 years and absolutely no problems. I use this attachment at least weekly for grating cheeses, cabbage and carrots for coleslaw, potatoes for scalloped potatoes and potato chips.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by PJBRD Exactly What I was Looking For
I was looking for the meat grinder accessory for the Kitchen-Aid, and found the accessory pack. The meat grinder works as well as I hoped. It easily ground several pounds of pork shoulder very efficiently. It is easy to attach to the mixer and just as easy to disassemble and clean. I do not know how much I will use the other attachments, but the booklet provided actually did generate some ideas! I will definitely be using the meat grinder attachment regularly. Since it is so easy and efficient, I can buy less expensive whole pieces of beef, pork, and poultry and grind them myself. This will save a decent amount of money.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by LindaJH Excellent Product
I am quite happy with my purchase of these attachments. They are heavy duty and I feel are up to big tasks of slicing and grinding. Although I have a food processor that slices, I used my Kitchen Aid slicing attachment to slice 20 pounds of potatoes. The reason I liked this better is because I used my Kitchen Aid mixing bowl to catch the slices which has a bigger capacity than my food processor bowl. It made short work of the task.
I did see a review about the unit rusting after sitting in a sink of water overnight. Since it's made of a heavy duty steel I could see where some of the parts would rust if exposed to sitting in a sink of water. That wasn't a problem though as I washed it immediately and dried it. I'm anxious to use the meat grinder when turkeys go on sale.
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