|Item model number||FVSFGA|
|Product Dimensions||10.16 x 24.13 x 33.02 cm; 1.36 Kilograms|
KitchenAid FVSFGA Fruit & Vegetable Strainer Set with Food Grinder Attachment
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- Powered by your KitchenAid Stand Mixer. Fits all Household KitchenAid Stand Mixers.
- Food Grinder with fine plate for meats & coarse plate for firm vegetables & cheeses.
- The fruit and vegetable strainer uses the help of the food grinder (model fga sold separately) to break down ingredients while the strainer cone removes any peels leaving you with finely pureed fruits or vegetables.
- Fruit & Vegetable Strainer for Food Grinder to strain or puree (Requires FGA, included).
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Strain and puree fruits and vegetables quickly and easily. For everything you want to make.
KitchenAid Fruit & Vegetable Strainer
This versatile tool attaches right to your KitchenAid Stand Mixer and uses the power of its motor to strain and puree fruits and vegetables with total ease.
Fruit & Vegetable Strainer
The fruit and vegetable strainer uses the help of the food grinder to break down ingredients, while the strainer cone removes any peels, leaving you with finely pureed fruits or vegetables.
Compatible with Any KitchenAid Stand Mixer
Transform your stand mixer into a versatile kitchen appliance that can help you tackle even more culinary tasks.
Attaches to Power Hub
On your stand mixer and uses the power of the motor to operate the attachment.
Strainer cone, Strainer tray, Splash shield, and shaft.
Food grinder and fruit & vegetable strainer parts.
|Fruit & Vegetable Strainer Parts||Fruit & Vegetable Strainer Set||Juicer and Sauce Attachment (Slow Juicer)|
|Material||Plastic with Metal Strainer||Plastic with Metal Strainer||Plastic with Metal Screens|
|Dimensions||6.0H x 3.5W x 9.3D/Weight 1.0lbs||9.5H x 4.0W x 7.0D/Weight 3.0lbs||11.6H x 7.0W x 9.7D/Weight 4.8lbs|
|Designed to work with all models of KitchenAid Stand Mixers||✓||✓||✓|
|Easy to assemble use||✓||✓||✓|
|Easy to clean||✓||✓||✓|
|Puree and strain fruits and vegetables||✓||✓|
|Grind, strain, and puree||✓|
To Use Fruit/Vegetable Strainer Attachment
1. After attaching Fruit/Vegetable Strainer attachment to mixer, place mixer bowl under strainer tray to catch strained food and a smaller bowl under open end to catch food waste.
2. Cut food into pieces that will fit in the hopper.
3. Turn mixer to Speed 4 and feed food into hopper using the combination food pusher/wrench.
To Strain Fruits And Vegetables
1. Cut into pieces that will fit into hopper.
2. Remove tough, thick skin or rind, for example, oranges.
3. Remove all large pits, for example, peaches.
4. Remove hulls or stems, for example, strawberries, grapes.
5. Cook all tough or firm fruits and vegetables before straining.
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The only thing that I didn't expect was that with my 6qt raised bowl mixer, this attachment ends up being quite high off of the counter and you can end up with quite a bit of juice slash from the "good" end. As I kept adjusting my setup I found that an enormous mixing bowl to catch the "good" juice and pulp was best for me. High walls and large diameter of the catching bowl stopped most of the splashes, although I did need an apron and to wipe down both the machine and the wall afterward.
This hilarious looking setup I created with 2 bowls a cutting board and a plastic freezer container (shown in my picture) was well worth the hours I saved blanching and peeling by hand.
For those who have mentioned the consistency is too runny, just remember that a tomato is mostly made of water and the sauce needs to be reduced by cooking it for hours. I had 2 pots of sauce going and had best results using an enamel coated cast iron Dutch oven compared to a standard stainless steel stock pot. The sauce cooked down and looks & tastes fantastic.
Last point - I did run the waste though the strainer a second time. The first time through definitely left a lot of good stuff in the waste, but the waste on the second round was almost as thick as ground beef and was made up of just seeds and skin. *The 3rd pic shows the waste after it has been passed though the strainer a second time.
Once you figure out the right bowls to use (tall and narrow is much better) and position them correctly, you can produce mass quantities in a short amount of time. This unit is perfect for anyone who grows their own fruits and vegetables.