KitchenAid FVSP Fruit and Vegetable Strainer Parts for Food Grinder

September 11, 2014 - Comment

KitchenAid Fruit & Vegetable Strainer ParKitchenAid Fruit& Vegetable Strainer Parts are designed to be usedwith the Food Grinder – a separate purchase. Attachment enables you to quickly and easily prepareapple and tomato sauce, baby food, freezer jams and chutneys. Use only with soft, cooked food. Designed to be used with all models of KitchenAid Stand

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KitchenAid Fruit & Vegetable Strainer ParKitchenAid Fruit& Vegetable Strainer Parts are designed to be usedwith the Food Grinder – a separate purchase. Attachment enables you to quickly and easily prepareapple and tomato sauce, baby food, freezer jams and chutneys. Use only with soft, cooked food. Designed to be used with all models of KitchenAid Stand Mixers. Instruction guide included.For use with all KitchenAid household stand mixers, these parts add a strainer function to the KitchenAid food grinder accessory (which is not included). Cooks who have the food grinder will find the strainer to be a valuable addition. Like the grinder, the strainer turns many tough kitchen chores into walks in the park. It converts cooked apples and pears into sauces for preserving or immediate consumption. Freezer jams are a snap; so is fresh tomato sauce. Baby foods can be made in quantity and frozen. The strainer assembles and disassembles quickly and easily without tools, and most parts are dishwasher-safe. –Fred Brack

Product Features

  • Parts add a strainer function to KitchenAid food grinder (not included)
  • Strainer fits food grinder for all KitchenAid household stand mixers
  • Prepare fruit and vegetable sauces, chutneys, and jams
  • Strainer assembles easily without tools
  • Most parts are dishwasher-safe

Comments

Debbie Lee Wesselmann says:

One of the best KitchenAid attachments! I bought this attachment to go along with the food grinder attachment (sold separately.) Wow – I can’t believe how quickly I can make fresh applesauce. I simmer quartered apples – seeds, cores, peels, and all – until tender, then send them through the strainer. In minutes, I have fresh, hot applesauce. The refuse is expelled through the end and into another bowl, so you never have to worry about all that peeling and coring.Tomato sauce? Just as easy. Fresh quartered tomatoes go in…

G. Powell says:

Handy, but replacement screen is EXPENSIVE I bought one of these several years ago and have used it quite a bit. It is very handy for straining, if a bit slow and messy. The big gripe I have with the product is — one of the first times I used it (straining blackberries) the seam down the side of the strainer cone split. I continued to use it for a couple of years, but it finally split completely and became unusable. I called about a replacement and the customer service representative told me that they do not reccommend straining…

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