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07-13-2005, 09:32 AM
Does anyone ever use or try a manual meat grinder to prepare some of raw (meatless, of course) dishes, including pates?
Have a rawsome day!
My friend who worked at a vegetarian restaurant said they used a manual meat grinder there to juice wheatgrass. If you like wheatgrass juice, I say give it a go!
07-13-2005, 04:32 PM
You might want to try a manual juicer. They're $35 (plus shipping) and can do tough wheat grass and Revvell says she's used it for nut butter also. If it does those, I would think it would do pate.
You can see it at this site. Just click on Resources and scroll down.
Let us know how it works if you decide to try it. I'm not interested in a large, expensive juice (been there, done that, didn't juice enough to not mind cleaning it), but I'd like to know someone's experience with this little baby.
07-14-2005, 12:08 PM
I have friends who make their raw cranberry relish with oranges, dates and cranberries with an old meat grinder.
07-14-2005, 03:57 PM
Boy, this forum continues to be an unquestionably reliable and valuable source of inspiration and information.
To drive my point home, you all just gave me every ounce of confidence to try a meat grinder for preparation of certain raw dishes. I am going to borrow a grinder from someone and play with it. If the grinder works out to my satisfaction, then I will shop for one for my kitchen.
Rawtruth, thanks for the tip about Revvell's juicer and I will surely keep this in mind.
Have a wonderfully rawsome day,
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