KitchenAid FVSP Stand Mixer Fruit/Vegetable Str ainer Parts

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Enjoy your fruits and veggies every day with these fruit/vegetable strainer parts, for use with the food grinder accessory to your stand mixer. These handy attachments juice and puree with mouthwatering ease. From KitchenAid.

  • Includes spring/shaft assembly, grinder worm, strainer cone, strainer tray, splash shield, and user and care guide
  • For use only with soft/cooked foods
  • Dishwasher-safe
  • 1-year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty

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KitchenAid FVSP Stand Mixer Fruit/Vegetable Str ainer Parts is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 31.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is the innovation in processing tomatoes! I studied and researched this attachment and ordered. Tried it right away and it works like a dream. No more having to blanch tomatoes to remove skin and seeds. I see so many batches of Passat in my future ! I will be going squash too for soups !!! (This review was collected as part of a promotion.)
Date published: 2019-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What an Awesome Product Always use my Ricer do the Applesauce the old fashion way and get a very sore shoulder. tried this Fruit/Vegetable Strainer that I bought to do the Tomatoes have not gotten to try them yet. However the Applesauce came out amazing. we were finished in half the time and my shoulder is not as sore as it would have been doing it the old fashion way. I recommended this to my sister who has very limited use of her one arm as I felt is would give her some more freedom to do some things she loves to do by herself with out asking for help. Thanks Kitchen aid Love this one. Would like to see some different size Strainers for the various fruits.
Date published: 2018-10-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Makes fast work of a tedious task! After last year's tomato harvest, I decided I was going to get this attachment for this year's tomato season … and I did! I cannot believe how this strainer makes fast work of turning fresh tomatoes into sauce. This great invention makes light work of a very long and tedious task. It also keeps the kitchen neat, where the old system of doing tomatoes makes a real mess of everything. I showed the strainer to a friend of mine, who is also going to purchase one now.
Date published: 2018-08-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Mine also did not like blackberries! Like a previous reviewer, my strainer part also popped off its plastic ring while I was straining blackberries. I don't see that one can purchase this part separately?
Date published: 2018-08-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 10+ Plus Years of Incredible Tomato Sauce We started making tomato sauce using this Fruit & Vegetable Strainer in 2007 and since then have canned several hundred quarts of delicious thick sauce. I do run the pulp thru again and get quite a bit more juice from it. It seemed like an obvious thing to do. I wore out a Professional 5 Stand mixer and replaced it with a Pro 5 Plus which has steel gears. However 1 problem. The o-ring on the shaft wore out and I'm not able to identify the correct replacement size. As a result, juice leaks back into the motor I have to take the top off the stand and clean out the tomato schmutz before I put it away after a canning run. (BTW, good design for the drainage inside the motor) Can you help with the o-ring info?
Date published: 2018-07-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Doesn’t like blackberries I’ve used this attachment for soft foods such as cooked pumpkin and it worked great. However, today while running cooked blackberries through to make jelly, the auger/worm gear stopped up rather than sending the seeds out the end. The mixer slowed and sounded as if it was encountering a severe load but before I could turn it off, a rather loud “pop“ occurred and hot blackberry juice and pulp sprayed the surroundings. After disassembling I found the strainer had snapped loose from its retaining ring. Unsure if this is an anomaly or design flaw.
Date published: 2018-07-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from First use, NOT for juice! I have owned this for quite some time and never actually used it, it came as part of the package, but I finally found a use that I wouldn't have thought of - I needed a food mill or potato ricer to make Chef Joel Robuchon's puree de pomme (basically super creamy mashed potatoes). My food mill is packed away somewhere, so I put the cooked potatoes (waxy style) through the machine and it performed admirably in the role, particularly considering that's not what it's made for. The downside was, of course, that some of the potato mash did exit through the end of the strainer, which I remedied by covering that with my finger, forcing the potatoes through the strainer. I honestly do not think that I will ever use the attachment as intended (juicing) but for softer foods, it does act well as a food mill. Most of the potatoes did actually exit the straining portion and the result was quite good. Instructions were, as stated above, quite minimal, and information about food/waste exiting the end of the straining portion would have been helpful (amongst other omissions). The build quality is not bad, and it is nice to finally use more of the attachments for this versatile machine.
Date published: 2018-03-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Probably a "birth" defect I was the happy owner of a set grinder/strainer and grater/shredder. I made the huge mistake to use it for extracting juice from some wild cranberries (with bigger pits), after a few moments I heard a very annoyiing sound as the broken pits strained the shaft and it snapped in exactly the same way Jesse's picture shows. I believe that the way it snapped shows a possible defect on shaft making or at least some of the parts made!
Date published: 2018-01-20
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