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post #21 of 24

I bought a Nesco FG-400PR 400 watt food grinder a couple of years ago and I really like it. I think since that time they came out with a new variation on the model I bought and lowered it to 380 watts while coming out with a cheaper model at the old 400 watt rating. Not sure what's going on with their current models but I'm glad I purchased mine when I did and at a really good sales price with no tax or shipping fee.

post #22 of 24
I started out with the K/A and quickly bought a 5lb LEM vertical stuffer. Then bought a Nesco professional grinder on sale for $69. I wouldn't trade the stuffer for anything. It is the only way to go. I figured the grinder wouldn't be great, but so far so good. No complaints for my sausage only usage.
post #23 of 24

I have my Mother's Universal #2 sitting right behind me in the computer room.  Still in the green box.  Would never part with it!

 

But, an electric grinder and dedicated stuffer are two items I would not do without, even for small batches of sausage.

 

Good luck and good smoking.

post #24 of 24

If you are buying your meat from a grocery store ask them if they will grind it for you. (Both of my stores will )  Then you would only need a stuffer.  

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