Deluxe Multi-Purpose Food Mill

Item #H131075, 2 Quart.
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The stainless steel Deluxe Food Mill performs three functions: mashing, ricing and straining. Use for cooking and straining fruit, sauces, purées, soups and baby food, and to separate skins, fibers and seeds from purees. It is also ideal for mashing potatoes. The Deluxe Multi-Purpose Food Mill comes apart for easy cleaning, and the stainless steel bowl won’t stain. It comes with two disks for varying tasks: 2.2 mm for smooth apple sauce and tomato sauce and 5 mm for chunkier sauces and soups. 2-quart capacity.

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New baby in family
Joyce S on Nov 30, 2020
New baby in family
Joyce S on Nov 30, 2020
Will be useful for making apple sauce.
Angela B on Jul 23, 2020
Will be useful for making apple sauce.
Angela B on Jul 23, 2020
Does this separate seeds out of grapes?
Don W on Jul 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Some grapes have tiny seeds, which most people just eat anyway. Using this food mill on grapes with larger seeds will separate the pulp from both the skin and the seeds.
What about raspberries?
Steve Z on Sep 16, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This is a very efficient tool for separating raspberry pulp/juice from seeds. It(also works great for blackberries, tomatoes, and is an excellent potato ricer and applesauce-maker.

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It looks like it is made well. I was hoping that it was going to be as big as the old one that I have but it is not. When you are making apple sauce it is nice to have more room for the apples. I will just have to see how it works when we start making apple sauce.
July 23, 2017
over 3 years ago