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Any recommendations on a manual table top pasta roller? Wanting one for the house. not wanting to break the bank on it but i don't want junk either.
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My Marcato is awesome. I found it for $5 still in the box at a second hand store. Its a lot more than that new of course.

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Thx for the info. Been doing some online review reading too. I think i have a few ideas.
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If you are not in a hurry do check thrift stores. They turn up pretty often, usually for around $5, at least around here. (Chicago.) A lot of people bought them in the 80s and found they never used them.

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If you are not in a hurry do check thrift stores. They turn up pretty often, usually for around $5, at least around here. (Chicago.) A lot of people bought them in the 80s and found they never used them.


I gotta' agree with what ChicagoT stated.  I found mine unused at a garage sale and never used it.  I then sold it to a friend for less than $20.

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My 80s-vintage Marcato got much use and is still going strong. Sometimes comes in handy for flatbreads too.
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