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Rösle® Food Mill

Constructed of sturdy 18/10 stainless steel, the Rösle food mill is designed to meet the demands required by milling and processing. Rests on three fixed points to ensure stable positioning. Comes with 1mm and 3mm sieve discs. The perfect tool to...Read More

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Constructed of sturdy 18/10 stainless steel, the Rösle food mill is designed to meet the demands required by milling and processing. Rests on three fixed points to ensure stable positioning. Comes with 1mm and 3mm sieve discs. The perfect tool to grind and purée foods for jellies, sauces, soups and more. 5-year warranty.

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  • Manufacturer: Rösle
  • Care: Hand wash
  • Dimensions: 9½" diameter
  • Material: 18/10 stainless steel
  • Warranty: 5-year warranty
  • Model: #16251


BENEFITS:

  • Durable 18/10 stainless steel construction is tough enough to meet the demands of milling and processing.
  • Stainless steel won’t react with food.
  • Rests on three fixed points to ensure stable positioning.
  • Comes with 1mm and 3mm sieve discs.


Sieve Discs and Accessories:

Sieve Disc 0.1 cm/0.04in. (included): Ideal for passing/milling fruit for jams or preparing fine sauces. Art.-No.: 16265

Sieve Disc 0.2 cm/0.08in.: Just perfect for passing/milling creamy soups and fine purees. Art. No.: 16266

Sieve Disc 0.3 cm/0.1 in. (included): This is the most commonly used disc for all kinds of vegetables, thick soups and purees. Art.-No.: 16267

Sieve Disc 0.4 cm/0.2 in.: Suitable for jams, mash potatoes with small pieces and fine Spaetzle. Art.-No.: 16268

Sieve Disc 0.8 cm/0.3 in.: Special disc for preparation of thicker Spaetzle. Art.-No.: 16269
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The best food mill ever...
I bought the Rosle Food Mill because it's a great size for 2-3 people. It's easy to use, and the plates are easy to swap out for finer purees.

When I bought this I already had a much larger food mill, but this is the only one I use now...It's just the right size and the stainless finish washes up super fast
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Need one, eat mainly Vega meals
Walter P on May 1, 2015
so when I am canning tomatoes, this will make it an easier process than doing this by hand
Janette D on Sep 14, 2014
makin taters for xaturnium
Karl J on Dec 17, 2014
I am making Ina Garten's Rosemary White Bean Soup and since she used this to get a nice consistency, I need it too.
NEIL P on Aug 17, 2014
Where is this made?
A shopper on Oct 23, 2012
Best Answer: The Rosle food mill is made in China.
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Oct 23, 2012
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how fast does this process blackberries? eg # of cups per 10 minutes or some kind of quantification. Does it move food through or just twirl it around? How much waste is left in the bottom when you are finished? Are all parts dishwasherable? and is it a pain to clean? thanks.
Nancy on Aug 31, 2014
Best Answer: I've read great things about this food mill. I didn't see anything specifically on blackberries, but someone did say this is the best tool they've ever owned for removing raspberry seeds. The crank isn't dishwasher safe, but it's apparently really easy to clean.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Sep 4, 2014
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What can you use this for that you can't with an immersion blender?
A shopper on Sep 10, 2014
Best Answer: It's not really so much about what you can or can't do, as it is about which tool does it better. If you're using recipes that call for a chunkier, less consistent texture, go with the immersion blender. If your recipes call for something smoother, silkier & more consistent, a food mill is the way to go.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Sep 16, 2014
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Why isn't this dishwasher safe if it'a all stainless steel?
Richard R on Nov 17, 2014
Best Answer: Using the dishwasher won't properly clean the fine mesh sieve discs. That must be done by hand.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Nov 17, 2014
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What is it about this mill that justifies the higher price than many others? Does the entire thing need to be hand washed or only the handle? thanks
Richard R on Nov 16, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, the entire thing needs to be hand washed.
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