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Deni 550W Meat Grinder

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Deni 550W Meat Grinder
Discover the advantages of home meat grinding with the Deni Meat Grinder. With a powerful 550W motor, this unit is designed for today's consumer concerned with keeping a healthy diet. Grinding your own meat assures the freshness and quality of meat that goes into your meals. Make gourmet sausages, meat salads, lasagna, hamburgers, and much more.
  • Meat grinder
  • Power: 550W
  • Grinds 1-1/2 lbs of meat per minute
  • On/off reserve function
  • Reverse motor frees clogged food without disassembling the grinder
  • Brushed stainless steel housing
  • Easy to assemble and clean
  • Grinder includes: 1 cutting blade, 3 durable die cast grinding plates: 2.9mm, 4.9mm, 22.7mm
  • 1 Sausage stuffer
  • 1 Food pusher
  • Large hopper
  • Grinding plates: heavy duty metal
  • Withstands high temperatures
  • Increased resistance to corrosion
  • Fine 2.9mm: use for breakfast sausage, spreads, pates, baby food or hamburgers
  • Medium 4.9mm: used for polish and Italian sausage, ground meat in soup or relishes
  • Coarse 22.7mm: used for larger sausages, ground meat in chili or with vegetables
  • Measures 6.3" x 13.25" x 15.4"
  • Imported
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1 Year Warranty

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Deni Premium Meat Grinder

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I wouldn't recommend this Grinder

By Renarest

from San Francisco, CA

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  • Looks nice


  • Blades are dull
  • Blades are oily
  • Difficult to Clean
  • Neck is too small
  • Very slow

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    Comments about Deni Premium Meat Grinder:

    The cutting blades came socked in machine oil. It took it 2 hours in a stove to burn this oil off. The blades are dull. The shank doesn't push the food ahead. Very slow. Compresses and squeezes the food instead of grinding.

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