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    Meat grinding.,

    What ho,

    I need to buy a really good quality manual meat grinder.

    NO

    I don't want to grinder my own meat, she does that.
    i'm looking for a quality manual grinder like my dear old Mum used to have.
    We don't want any electrical shit, they break down in days.
    A solid old hand turning grinding machine.
    Lazada have shite.

    A reward for the best.

    Cheers

    pip pip
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    Quote Originally Posted by crackerjack101 View Post
    I need to buy a really good quality manual meat grinder.
    Too many squirrels?

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    I'm sure they sell them in Makro.


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    I bought one several years ago but I can't remember where.

    Was your mum's like this one, CJ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    I'm sure they sell them in Makro.

    They do here in roiet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    They do here in roiet
    The Macro ones are crap.
    Cheat chinese shit.
    We want good.
    We want to produce some seriously good burgers and stuff.

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    I just randomly saw some of those in Home Pro the other day.

    No idea of the quality though just glanced at them.

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    Electric always breaks.
    I want a good sized, robust, long lasting piece of stainless perfectitude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crackerjack101 View Post
    The Macro ones are crap.
    Okay one more stab at this. Try https://www.lazada.co.th/catalog/?q=meat%20grinder

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    What are you going to do with it CJ? Mince meat or make sausage?

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    Just looking for same item to make Chorizo

    Heavy duty steel here $88 frre shipping almost 3KG !

    I saw one in C Mai 3500 near San Pao Market just E of Narawat Bride, Mrs though to dear with no motor as you said the ones our Mum's had never broke tho I think were cast Iron? There wasa Jap ne for sale in C Khong 4900 one of harware stores on left but for an industrial kitchen size of lathe and very heavy approx opp Kasikorn

    If you can get one sent from Uk I'm sure they're a fiver in a boot sale as youngsters want electric food processors like on the tele

    https://www.aliexpress.com/store/pro...ceBeautifyAB=0
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    They are on Ebay in Hong Kong. Cheap too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    We bought one of those and gave it away. It was 3 inches tall and not worth two pence. We gave to our amiable cleaner who's yet to work it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    I bought one several years ago but I can't remember where.

    Was you mum's like this one, CJ?

    Yes, a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crackerjack101 View Post
    We bought one of those and gave it away. It was 3 inches tall and not worth two pence. We gave to our amiable cleaner who's yet to work it out.
    Which one did you buy? There's 2,400 items on that link.

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    here you go cj, spend a fortune for a better burger. I would trust norton.

    Pick it have it shipped and you are in burger heaven.

    https://richardpantry.com/best-manual-meat-grinders/

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    Quote Originally Posted by crackerjack101 View Post
    Electric always breaks.
    I want a good sized, robust, long lasting piece of stainless perfectitude.
    I bought an electrical one FRY KING absolute CRAP. it will only mince cooked meats.
    I now have PONG YAM KHAM to mince my beef for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crackerjack101 View Post
    What ho,

    I need to buy a really good quality manual meat grinder.

    NO

    I don't want to grinder my own meat, she does that.
    i'm looking for a quality manual grinder like my dear old Mum used to have.
    We don't want any electrical shit, they break down in days.
    A solid old hand turning grinding machine.
    Lazada have shite.

    A reward for the best.

    Cheers

    pip pip
    From Lazada, but appears to meet your spec:

    https://www.lazada.co.th/products/ge...&utm_campaign=[SSC-060000000000-00000-00000-0]:%20Home%20and%20Living&utm_term=[SSC-060000000000-00000-00000-0]:%20Home%20and%20Living_xxto0000000at0600_c_pla-368660641166&adjust_tracker=t2v78t_5n20iw&adjust_c ampaign=1523443906&adjust_adgroup=62344141590_c_pl a-368660641166&adjust_creative=368660641166_9767799_ 120271999&tracker_limit=1000000&ef_id=Wm1arwAAAFiR FUae:20180918025416:s

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAG View Post
    From Lazada, but appears to meet your spec:

    https://www.lazada.co.th/products/ge...&utm_campaign=[SSC-060000000000-00000-00000-0]:%20Home%20and%20Living&utm_term=[SSC-060000000000-00000-00000-0]:%20Home%20and%20Living_xxto0000000at0600_c_pla-368660641166&adjust_tracker=t2v78t_5n20iw&adjust_c ampaign=1523443906&adjust_adgroup=62344141590_c_pl a-368660641166&adjust_creative=368660641166_9767799_ 120271999&tracker_limit=1000000&ef_id=Wm1arwAAAFiR FUae:20180918025416:s

    Cheers PAG, that does look like the right thing. Funny, I waded through pages and pages on Lazada but didn't see this one. I think we'll give it a go.
    Thanks again.

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    Done and dusted should be here by the weekend.
    I shall report back.
    If it's crap it'll go straight back.

    Cheers all.

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    I wince every time I see one of those meat grinders. Seemed like a few years ago, there were a lot of hapless people getting their hands caught in them.?

    I have one at home, but I'm a bit wary of using it now.

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    The $20 ones on ebay are tiny and thin Alloy, no good.

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    Wouldn't risk it, on a par with those sink waste disposal thingies, you know a finger's going to be lost but not sure which or whose.

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    bit late. but patts big c nua , back of, a large warehouse type shop sells every thing . i bought one last year just like my mums.

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    It's arrived !

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