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KitchenAid Fruit / Vegetable Food Strainer & Meat Grinder

Item #: FVSFGA

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Kitchenaid Fruit and Vegetable Strainer & Meat Grinder Model FVSFGA

KitchenAid Fruit / Vegetable Food Strainer & Meat Grinder

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  • Kitchenaid Food Strainer Stand Mixer Attachment for Sauces, Berries and Jellies

Model FVSFGA Kitchenaid Fruit and Vegetable Strainer & Meat Grinder

KitchenAid Fruit / Vegetable Strainer & Food Grinder

Use the included FGA food grinder to grind meat and other soft foods, or attach the FVSP food strainer attachment (included) to the food grinder to make sauces and jellies, such as tomato sauce, jelly, jam, apple sauce, and more. Both attachments are included in this kit.

Model: FVSFGA

Features:

  • Works with Included Food Grinder to Puree and Strain Fruits and Vegetables Quickly and Easily.
  • Use Only with Soft or Cooked Foods.
  • Fits all Kitchenaid Mixer models
  • 1 Year Limited Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty
  • The FGA Food Grinder attaches to the Kitchenaid Stand Mixer, then the FVSP Food Strainer attaches to the food grinder to extend it's usefullness to make sauces and jellies.
  • The # FVSFGA includes the FGA Food Grinder and the FVSP Food Strainer
  • If you only want to grind meat and other soft foods, and do not need to strain seeds out for sauces or jellies, then you can buy the FGA seperately.
  • The Kitchenaid Food Grinder attachment includes Stomper, Coarse and Fine Plates for Grinding Meat, Firm Fruits and Vegetables; the food strainer attachment includes grinding worm/auger, strainer cone, strainer tray and splash shield. See image above.


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Questions on KitchenAid Fruit / Vegetable Food Strainer & Meat Grinder

  • From at 11/28/11 5:11 PM
    • What attachment would you suggest I use with my KitchenAid mixer for taking the seeds out of blackberries?
    • You may look into the back to basics model # D220 food strainer with the berry attachment Model #220P20.
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  • From at 2/22/13 5:44 AM
    • What's the difference between grinding and straining produce?
    • When you grind your produce it would include the seeds, skin or cores. However, when you use the strainer the seeds, skin and core would be strained out.
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  • From at 1/27/12 6:53 AM
    • Can I use the FVSFGA, or FVSP to make green vegetable drinks
    • No the KitchenAid Fruit / Vegetable Strainer & Grinder is intended to puree and remove the skins and seeds from soft fruits and vegetables.
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  • From at 2/28/12 4:43 PM
    • Can the FVSFGA be used to press oil from seeds such as flax seed, chia seeds, etc?
    • This unit is not designed for pressing oil from seeds.
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  • From at 9/17/11 4:21 AM
    • Can I make tomato juice with this fruit and vegetable strainer?
    • No, as this is intended more for making tomato sauce. If you want to juice tomatoes, please look at something like the juicer at http://www.everythingkitchens.com/omega8005juicer.html or the juicer at http://www.everythingkitchens.com/omega_juicer_nutrition_center_8006.html. There is not an attachment for Kitchenaid mixers that really makes tomato juice, just sauce. Sorry.
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  • From at 9/5/11 4:43 AM
    • Is this what you need to make apple sauce or do you need something else?
    • Yes, the FVSFGA includes everything you need to make apple sauce.
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Works Surprisingly Well Review by

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5

I've mostly used this KitchenAid Strainer attachment to make apple butter. Wash and quarter apples, steam in a stock pot until they're soft, and process them down the chute of the KitchenAid Food & Vegetable Strainer. I think the stems, cores and peelings being extruded out the waste end is vaguely disgusting, but I'm amazed at how efficiently the fruit is removed. The waste that's extruded out the end is dry fibrous pulp. Almost all of the applesauce trickles out the bottom of the strainer attachment. Very clever! I mix the applesauce with sugar and spices and bake it in the oven to make apple butter. I'd like to try pear butter and other fruits. I wonder if this could help with pumpkin butter? (Posted on 8/7/11)


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Vegetable Strainer/Grinder Is Terrific 4 Tomatoes Review by

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I make tomato sauce every year from extra tomatoes from the garden--this Kitchenaid attachment makes it quick and easy! Also use to make fresh tomato sauce for pasta--cut tomatoes in--sauce comes out. (Posted on 5/10/10)


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Great For Canning Review by

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I just canned 40 quarts of applesauce, but my Kitchenaid Food Strainer did most of the work! I was able to cook apple slices, with the skin, core, and stems still on -- and then put them through the this Kitchenaid attachment. Out came applesauce at one end, all the fruit 'extra' the other! Would also be great for baby foods and I can't wait try the meat grinder. (Posted on 11/11/09)


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Additional Information
Product Manual
Name KitchenAid Fruit / Vegetable Food Strainer & Meat Grinder
Type Mixer Attachments
Options For KitchenAid Mixers
Material Plastic and Steel
Color White
Brands KitchenAid
Weight (in Lbs) 3.5000