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Fruit & Vegetable Strainer Parts Other

Model No: Kitchenaid FVSP

Features:
  • Designed for the Food Grinder Attachment
  • Easy to use
  • Dishwasher Safe

Sale Price:

$49.99


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Make homemade applesauce, jelly or baby food in minutes with the Fruit and Vegetable Strainer parts, made exclusively for the KitchenAid® Food Grinder Attachment (Model FGA, sold separately).

Refinements
Features Fresh Prep Attachments
Dimensions
Gross Weight 1-7/10 in
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Owners Manual Click here to download
Owners Manual Full Manual Click here to download

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Average Rating

out of 5 ( 22 Reviews)

0-5 of 22 Reviews |

Not good for tomato sauce

by: Duke the home canner

Location: Titusville, PA

No, I would not recommend this to a friend.

Source: kitchenaid.com

Submitted: 09-08-2017

Purchased this earlier in the year to help with canning this year. Was looking forward to no longer blanching/peeling/coring tomatoes. Unfortunately due to the screen size, all I got was tomato juice. The vast majority of the pulp went out the trash exit, not into the usable bowl. also, whenyou look down the input these is a visible gap where hte corkscrew ends and the drive end, that is space that could be eliminated with a better design. Kitchenaid should offer screens of varying sizes to allow the consumer to determine which size works best for their intended purpose. Good news is it works great as a juicer. I'll try grapes in the near future for making jelly.

Not what I was expecting

by: tmbirdsall

Location: NH

No, I would not recommend this to a friend.

Source: kitchenaid.com

Submitted: 03-11-2017

The instructions are minimal at best. I put it together and started to use it to make applesauce. 'It's easy!' they said, "Super fast!" they said. There was no direction to use a 2nd bowl to catch the dried pulp and seeds at the end of the strainer. Next thing I know, there's a mess all over my counter. Then nothing was coming out anylonger. The end of the strainer was completely plugged up and I had put less than 2 pints jars worth of cooked down apples through. With a mess on my counter and the strainer not working, I called it quits. What would normally have taken me 5 minutes to make and another 5 to clean up with a hand cranked food mill took over 1/2 hour with this gadget. There was wasted applesauce. I wouldn't gift this to someone I really disliked.

Great for fruit but purchase a spare shaft for heavy usage

by: Jesse

Location: Oshkosh, WI

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

Source: kitchenaid.com

Submitted: 02-25-2017

Bought this last year pre-harvest season and was very impressed on how it could handle tomatoes, pears and apples. Pears and apples need to be blanched to soften them up a bit but they go right through. With 5 gallons of fruit, I end up with only about 3-4 cups of waste. Probably 5 times more efficient than anything else I've used, and completed in 1/4 of the time. Granted I send the fruit through the processor 3 times to get as much juice and solids out of fruit as possible. With this I've done ~60 quarts of pear sauce, 50 quarts of apple sauce and at least 300 quarts of tomato based sauce's and soups. Unfortunately today the shaft broke in half and now I'm stuck with my last 9 gallons of pears to process and needing to wait a couple days for a new shaft. Note I gave the design a 3 rather than lower because I don't know the duty cycles the parts were engineered towards and I probably exceeded them. As an engineer I know the balance of designing parts as robust as possible, for the 99 percentile user, while management tries to reduce cost and reducing the robustness to say the 90 percentile user.

Best fruit and vegetable strainer

by: Michael Nails

Location: Malott, WA

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

Source: kitchenaid.com

Submitted: 12-09-2016

This is the best strainer, easy to use and works like a dream.

Excellent investment!

by: Vic

Location: Chagrin Falls, OH

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

Source: kitchenaid.com

Submitted: 12-03-2016

I've had this for years and while a bit cumbersome to assemble, I wouldn't change a thing. It makes short work of the bushels of tomatoes we harvest every year & applesauce is a breeze. Only had an issue with clogging once & that was my fault for jamming some garlic necks in it.
0-5 of 22 Reviews |

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