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Never used the sausage stuffer, so can't comment. That always seemed to be an artform anyway...getting the right amount of meat per inch so the casing doesn't rupture but also wasn't under-filled.

We have the meat grinder, and the juicer. We also would have the pasta maker attachment if I didn't already have a pasta machine (hand-crank, made in Italy).

If I had it to do over again, I probably would skip the juicer, get the pasta attachment, and not get the hand-crank pasta machine. Just for the sake of efficiency. It all works fine, just a matter of space and efficiency. They've got some other cool attachments, too.

When I was a kid 1poormom had a meatgrinder. Electric. As I recall it was maybe the size of a small toaster. Apparently it broke because she no longer has it.

1poorguy
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