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10-17-2004 07:18 AM
Trophy
RE: Meat Grinder: Cabela's or Bass Pro

I bought a Maverick brand grinder at Meijer's about 6 years ago that looks identical to the Cabela's grinder. I paid 70 some odd bucks for the thing and have run 12 or so deer through it. I grind the entire deer and it works great doesn't clog, and is pretty quick. It came with the sausage blade/stuffer attachment also.
10-15-2004 09:44 AM
popo
RE: Meat Grinder: Cabela's or Bass Pro

(What the)
On my page, it says Big Game Hunting.
10-07-2004 05:21 PM
BD
RE: Meat Grinder: Cabela's or Bass Pro

My wife processes our deer including making sausage. She uses her "Oster Kitchen Center" with the grinding attachment. As long as the blades are sharp it works as well as any other grinder I have seen outside of a commercial operation. We just picked up another "Oster", a food grinder, at an estate auction for $1.00. It worked great after I sharpened the blades.
09-22-2004 04:51 PM
jdino
RE: Meat Grinder: Cabela's or Bass Pro

I sometimes use a food processor with the knife edge metal blade. It helps if the meat is somewhat frozen. Works great for me at least.
09-22-2004 04:40 PM
mrbreeze1
RE: Meat Grinder: Cabela's or Bass Pro

LOL Yep I didn't even know they made an ice cream maker attachment for the Kitchenaids until my 3 year old pointed it out at the store. How could I say no?

I know a guy that uses the Cabelas model and loves it. I guess that I just like the idea of using the same motor for a few different purposes.

(PS I think that you can get factory refurb Kitchenaids at ABC Wearhouse,and the meat grinder attachment rund about $60 I think).

I think this is the one that i - er my wife - has

http://www.shopkitchenaid.com/produc...T1=KTA+KSM90WH
09-21-2004 02:44 PM
What The
RE: Meat Grinder: Cabela's or Bass Pro

Where are the meat grinders hitting? Last time I looked this was a fishing reports page, not for stinky venison report
09-20-2004 07:21 PM
bobk
RE: Meat Grinder: Cabela's or Bass Pro

L.E.M. used to supply grinders to Cabelas. I have one that we grind 4-6 deer a year with and it works great. I can't imagine using a hand grinder . How would you drink your beer and grind at the same time!!!lol Larry is a great guy to deal with also.
Bob
09-20-2004 01:40 PM
derslayer660
RE: Meat Grinder: Cabela's or Bass Pro

i got a grinder from harbor feright a #10 i think not for sure
about the # its not here so i cant look but with a little work
and a love joy a few boards i conected a 100rpm half hp gear motor
salvaged from junk yard grinder costs around 15$ at there stores
i have ground at least 12 deer and 5 sausage hogs myself my frends have probley have done 40 or more deer and only trouble i had was blade needed sharpend once the gear motors can be picked up different places around the net for around 20-40$ the one thing you will have to do is to cut the end of handel off and weld to love joy
makes quick work of meat payedfor
09-20-2004 12:01 PM
walleyewizard68
RE: Meat Grinder: Cabela's or Bass Pro

I own the Cabelas grinder and love it.I can grind all day and it seldom clogs up.I also make my own sausage,salami,and bologna using the tube and can fly thru pounds of meat in no time flat.I use to have a manual grinder also, but after grinding 9 deer by hand I had enough. Seemed like it took longer to process the deer, than it did to shoot the thing to begin with. I give the Cabelas grinder a big thumbs up!
09-19-2004 08:09 PM
Ohio fisherman
RE: Meat Grinder: Cabela's or Bass Pro

I agree with breeze. Wife has the heavy duty mixer and all attachments. She says go ahead and grind up anything that will fit inside - if it wears out she'll get a new one. So far, we have used it for MANY deer, LOTS of breast meat from canada geese for jerky, and LOTS of pork loin for homemade sausage.

we don't have the ice cream attachment, but that sounds fun. don't you make meat flavored ice cream?

good hunting, O F
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