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Norpro Sauce Master with Strainer and Tray 1951

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Norpro Sauce Master with Strainer and Tray 1951

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This multiple use strainer forces food through a chrome plated steel screen, automatically separating the juice and pulp in one easy operation.

  • 3Qt./95oz capacity. The only strainer you'll need for vegetables, fruits and purees.
  • Hopper measures 8"/20cm in diameter and 3"/7.5cm deep.
  • Includes standard fine mesh screen, standard spiral, recipe and instruction booklet.
  • Hand wash only; do not put in dishwasher.
  • Additional screens available separately
Specs
SKU 006200257
Model 1951
Weight 10.0000
Color No
Size No
Width N/A
In Store Only No
Price $54.99
Warranty
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
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very bad, Review by Liz Dett
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Hard to put together, directions are bad. Parts keep falling off, doesnt stay on table when clamped. Hard to clean a total waste

(Posted on 9/16/14)

I hate it, very bad Review by Liz Dett
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I bought tihis and since trying to use it can't take it back, Hard to put together, directions are not good, hard to use and very hard to clean. I wasted fifty bucks

(Posted on 9/16/14)

steering wheel keeps falling off ! Review by mom in MN
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If this was a car, I'd say it all works beautifully, just lovely, except one little bitty detail: the steering wheel keeps falling off! but that's not a problem, right??? ..... I just bought a brand new Saucemaster & am SO disappointed. The ones my friends have are older, & work fine, but this one won't clamp to my table! the clamp-screw part gets almost tight enough but still allows a lot of wobble, and it refuses to tighten any further. I cant't use this, I'd need a 3rd hand to hold the unit into the table. Sheesh. VERY disappointing. I don't need a setback like this during canning season. I'll return this one to the store in the morning & hope I can find one that will work... you can bet I'll be testing any others before I take them home this time. :-( Do yourself a favor, & check to see if it works before you take it home.

(Posted on 9/8/14)

This strainer is a Victorio wanna be, and it sadly isn't. Review by MJ
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I got this because it looked alot like the food strainer my mom had when I was a kid... but after purchasing... and processing my tomatoes, it was clear this was not what my mom had. In fact she had a Victorio strainer... and that is what you should buy folks... if Rural king knew what was good for them they would carry them. My mom got hers at a Farm store in my hometown.. I ended up buying a Victorio, and am the happiest I've ever been... you can even get a screen for Salsa, and an electric motor as options.
I learned my lesson... hopefully this will benefit others as well.
The review above... is totally true to my experiences as well.

(Posted on 9/8/14)

good on cherry and large tomatos Review by tomato king
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Has it's good points and bad.
Good points - It makes short work of cherry and other tomatos - just cut cherry tomotos in half, drop them in and crank. Best to use a 9x13" Non-stick pan to catch the juice and sauce. The pulp and seeds come out the end. Run that thru again to get all of the fluid out. Then just slow boil down to a sauce consistency. It will do 30 lbs of cherry tomatos in about 1 hour. Looking forward to doing all of our pumkins this fall. To do hard fruits (like apples and pears), you will defintely need to cook them first to soften up. Otherwise the auger may have problems. Cranking isn't too difficult, and does not require high speed to process tomatos. Use the plunger a bit if it seems "stuck", and no pulp is coming out the end of the screen.
Bad points - The shield is too long, and is too close to the discharge end of the screen. As a result, you may have some pulp and seeds fall into the sauce coolection pan if you are not careful. With tomatos, you probably don't need the shield, as they really do not shoot liquid out. Also, use a bottle brush to clean the screen after using. Wash and dry thouroughly, as the spring is "spring steel" (suprise!) and will rust.
Wants - a slightly better clamp system, better shield design, accessory motor with foot pedal (like a sewing machine).

(Posted on 7/16/12)

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