Coarse Plate — Use for grinding
raw or cooked meats, firm vegetables,
dried fruits and cheese.
Fine Plate — Use for grinding raw
meat, cooked meats for spreads and
bread for crumbs.
Grinding Meat — For better mix
and more tender results, grind beef
twice. Best texture results from grind-
ing very cold or partially frozen meat.
Fatty meats should be ground only
Grinding Bread — To grind bread
for bread crumbs, be sure that bread
is either oven dried thoroughly to
remove all moisture, or not dried at
all. Partially dried bread may jam
the Food Grinder.
Note: Very hard, dense foods such as
totally dried homemade bread should
not be ground in the Food Grinder.
Homemade bread should be ground
fresh and then oven or air dried.
TO LOOSEN THE RING:
If ring is too tight to remove by hand,
slip the wrench over the grooves.
Turn wrench handle counterclockwise.
Completely disassemble unit. Grinder
body, grind worm, ring and wrench are
dishwasher safe. The knife, grinding
plates and wooden stomper should be
washed in warm, sudsy water and