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Thread: Mincers and sausage makers?

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    Mincers and sausage makers?

    I've got the hand operated versions of both of these. They get the job done, but are painfully slow.

    The mincer is a real pain to operate, as I spend more time unblocking it and taking it apart to unwrap meat gunk from the auger and plate than I do winding the handle. I've put up with it for the last 20 years as I only do a batch every now and then.

    However I've been offered a cow. Yes...an entire cow! The deal is I can have half if I turn it into mince. The guy said it could be a regular deal between us if I'm keen. Sooooo....I'm seriously thinking of buying a more commercial style mincer.

    Thoughts? Experiences? Ideas?

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    For that much your going to need a commercial one
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    you are going to be looking at about 130 kilos plus a half unless its a real big one then more.you going to look like popeye if you hand mince it .
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    Quote Originally Posted by longrange308 View Post
    For that much your going to need a commercial one
    Yeah, I want a good one. It will pay for itself in time.
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    farmlands ones are great...big square stainless steel sit on bench and just keeps on chugging .

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    Man you must like mince! Get a garden shredder thet should do it and you can tidy the section as well

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    my partner brought me a Kenwood mincer, called pro excel 2000, as in 2000 watts. it can process 3 kg of meat per minute.

    I rate it, do all my own sausages too. well worth the money.

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    Good thing you didn't list this on grinder

    Mincers and sausage makers might be a hot topic😄
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kooza View Post
    Good thing you didn't list this on grinder

    Mincers and sausage makers might be a hot topic��
    Are you speaking from experience @Kooza?

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    Quote Originally Posted by P38 View Post
    Are you speaking from experience @Kooza?

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    Haha no not me, sense of humour or lack of got the better of me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marty Henry View Post
    Man you must like mince! Get a garden shredder thet should do it and you can tidy the section as well
    What's not to like about mince

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    anyone got a good recipe for venison sausages or patties.might have a few to process inlaws crop taking a hammering at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by berg243 View Post
    anyone got a good recipe for venison sausages or patties.might have a few to process inlaws crop taking a hammering at the moment.
    Add about 20% pork fat to the venison sausage mix

    I like to keep the reciepes simple, rosemary or mixed herbs and onions go well with venison.

    Theres hundreds of venison reciepes on Google.


    Also look up Scott Rea on you tube...... His reciepes are great
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