I’m 80% Positive You Will Not Know What This Is. Go Ahead And Prove Me Wrong (If You Can)


I’m 80% Positive You Will Not Know What This Is. Go Ahead And Prove Me Wrong (If You Can)

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A meat grinder (also called a “meat mincer” in the UK) is a kitchen appliance for mincing (fine chopping) and/or mixing of raw or cooked meat, fish, vegetables or similar food.

It replaces tools like the mincing knife (which are also used in the preparation of minced meat, filling, etc.). The food to be minced is placed into a funnel, which sits on top of the grinder.

From there, the material enters a horizontal screw conveyor; the screw conveyor may be hand-cranked or powered by an electric motor.

The screw squashes and mixes the food. At the end of the screw, the food is passed through a fixed plate, where it exits the machine. The fineness of the minced food depends on the size of the holes in the plate.

The first meat grinder was invented in the nineteenth century by Karl Drais. The earliest form of the meat grinder was hand-cranked and forced meat into a metal plate that had several small holes, resulting in long, thin strands of meat.

Manufacturers developed powered machines as electricity became more accessible, and modern electric meat grinders can process several pounds of meat easily and uniformly.

Some models have different attachments to add functionality, such as sausage-making, kibbe, and juicing, which have greatly broadened the way meat grinders are used.


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