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Best food mill?

post #1 of 11
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Is there such a thing as an actual truly good food mill?

Every review I read on Amazon leaves me despising each one before I've laid hands on it, either cause of inexcusable flaws or what seems like crock of ***t plant shilling in the good reviews.

Please point me in the right direction!
post #2 of 11
Rosle looks pretty good, but its quite pricey. I have a Martha Stewart branded one. It was 20ish at the time I bought it. It strikes me as average, but i have little to compare it against. I use it a few times a year.
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post #3 of 11
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Rosle one is crazy expensive haha. I have their swivel peeler and love it though, worth every penny and even gifted two of them this Christmas.

I should have clarified, I'm looking to stay under $60 and really prefer cheaper. But I'll use it at least 30 times a year, probably much more so durability, versatility and functionality are a must so I could possibly even be swayed a touch higher.
post #4 of 11

For that price I'd take a good look at OXO and Cuispro at Amazon.

 

For a lot more give or take, look at Matfer!

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post #5 of 11
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Was actually looking at the 2 former.
post #6 of 11
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Thoughts on a tin food mill?
post #7 of 11
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Originally Posted by Dave Kinogie View Post

Thoughts on a tin food mill?


The tin can flake off and rust appears.  And replating tin is nowadays very expensive.  If you're going the 30X a year use, then spend the extra $$'s to get something that won't need replacing and that means spending $75+.

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post #8 of 11
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Bah,there goes my chance at a Mafter lol.
post #9 of 11

This is the one I have. I don't use it 30X a year but it seems plenty sturdy. It's a French company, but the mill is now made in China.

 

http://www.cutleryandmore.com/miu/stainless-steel-food-mill-p125829

 

 

It's also for sale on Amazon but for $20 more.

 

 

post #10 of 11

The one that's listed at cutleryandmore appears identical to the one I use and I use it just a few times a year.  It gives adequate service.

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post #11 of 11
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So I wound up ordering the Winco food mill. Just came in the other day so I haven't used it yet, but will probably try it out first with a batch of roasted vegetable soup by the weekend. 

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