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KitchenAid FVSP Fruit & Vegetable Strainer


Make homemade applesauce, jelly or baby food in minutes with the KitchenAid fruit and vegetable strainer, made exclusively for the KitchenAid food grinder sttachment

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  • Puree or strain fruits/vegetables for sauces and more.


  • Dishwasher safe
  • Manufacturer's 1-year replacement warranty
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  • 6"H x 3.5"W x 9.3"D
  • Fits all KitchenAid stand mixers
  • Use with KitchenAid FGA food grinder attachment
  • Model no. FVSP

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love this product I would buy a Kitchen Aid for this attachment alone! This makes no work out of making anything pureed - baby food, sauce, applesauce, salsa. The tray is too small and for the cost they should include a bigger one. Be careful and know that you have to have the meat grinder attachment to use this part. It is the piece that actually attaches to the mixer. I wish the waste dispenser has a longer chute because it sometimes falls into my puree bowl. The strainer cone is difficult to clean without a bottle brush but all in all everything goes together easily and make very light work of making sauce.
Date published: 2012-09-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from First use, NOT for juice! I have owned this for quite some time and never actually used it, it came as part of the package, but I finally found a use that I wouldn't have thought of - I needed a food mill or potato ricer to make Chef Joel Robuchon's puree de pomme (basically super creamy mashed potatoes). My food mill is packed away somewhere, so I put the cooked potatoes (waxy style) through the machine and it performed admirably in the role, particularly considering that's not what it's made for. The downside was, of course, that some of the potato mash did exit through the end of the strainer, which I remedied by covering that with my finger, forcing the potatoes through the strainer. I honestly do not think that I will ever use the attachment as intended (juicing) but for softer foods, it does act well as a food mill. Most of the potatoes did actually exit the straining portion and the result was quite good. Instructions were, as stated above, quite minimal, and information about food/waste exiting the end of the straining portion would have been helpful (amongst other omissions). The build quality is not bad, and it is nice to finally use more of the attachments for this versatile machine.
Date published: 2018-03-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Does the job, but a major flaw I tried several different fruit strainers before landing on this one. It is, by far, the better of them all. It does the job, but after three uses, the plastic auger is wearing down and it looks as though little plastic pieces are probably going into my sauce. There is nothing to keep the auger in place, so it just rubs around on the inside of the metal grater. Sad
Date published: 2017-10-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not good for tomato sauce Purchased this earlier in the year to help with canning this year. Was looking forward to no longer blanching/peeling/coring tomatoes. Unfortunately due to the screen size, all I got was tomato juice. The vast majority of the pulp went out the trash exit, not into the usable bowl. also, whenyou look down the input these is a visible gap where hte corkscrew ends and the drive end, that is space that could be eliminated with a better design. Kitchenaid should offer screens of varying sizes to allow the consumer to determine which size works best for their intended purpose. Good news is it works great as a juicer. I'll try grapes in the near future for making jelly.
Date published: 2017-09-08
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