While it’s not necessary for every dish, an Indian grinder unlocks a whole new world of recipes. Wet grinders are used to grind rice, lentils, coconut, and other food into a fine paste or flour. This process is vital to making Indian dishes like dosa, idli, and more. Having access to a high quality wet grinder will enable you to make these inexpensive and delicious dishes for you and your guests to enjoy.
If you want to grind industrial quantities of meat, pulverize poultry bones, or simply stuff sausage in a jiffy, you’ll want to look at a Weston grinder. Weston’s burly meat grinders are some of the most reliable, effective, and durable models on the market.
The BARF, or “bones and raw food” diet, has picked up a lot of traction in recent years. It sounds pretty disgusting (both due to the acronym and the meaning of the letters), but the participants don’t seem to care. Instead, they live happy, healthy lives while eating ground-up animal parts that you would normally discard.
Last Updated Apr 2019- I don’t hunt myself, but I’ve used more than my fair share of grinders over the years. When my friends and family members bag a deer, I’m always the first one to try to mooch a few pounds of venison to make delicious sausages and burgers. It takes a bit of effort to grind the meat and stuff the sausages, but the final product is more than worth it.
(Last Updated Apr 2019) – There is nothing better than home made salami, except for maybe homemade chorizo or home made ….. well you see where we are going. Making your own sausages and mince is actually a lot better than buying from a supermarket. You cut out all the additives and preservatives and basically have control over what cuts and kinds of meat you use. Making all of this at home is a cake walk if you have a good quality meat grinder.