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Landig + Lava GmbH & Co. KG

Pro-Star meat grinder + FREE eDossier

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The Pro-Star meat grinder + eDossier "Now it's all about the sausage!" FREE!

Pro-Star meat grinder
The solid and reliable meat grinder from Landig for home use in a silver plastic housing. The device with Enterprise system (size 8) is perfect for semi-professional use with its high output of 600 to max. 850 watts. Thanks to its light weight and easy storage, the Pro-Star can be used anywhere. Throughput: up to 90 kg/h

Product details:

  • Filling bowl made of stainless steel
  • Cast aluminum screw with hardened stainless steel shaft
  • Meat grinder attachment made of polished aluminum
  • Up to 45 minutes of work possible at a time
  • Voltage: 230 V
  • Weight: 3.7kg
  • Dimensions: 270 x 200 x 400 mm (LxWxH)

Includes extensive accessories:
3 x perforated discs made of stainless steel (3 + 4.5 + 8 mm)
1 x cross knife stainless steel
1 x cookie cutter attachment
1 x sausage filling funnel

Note: Please wash the aluminum parts (auger, meat grinder attachment) by hand and do not put them in the dishwasher!

eDossier "Now it's all about the sausage"
27 pages, PDF format, from the FIRE&FOOD magazines of the last years

Grilled sausage is always a good idea - whether in summer as an appetizer for hungry guests at a barbecue party, in autumn around the campfire after a long walk over hill, dale and rustling leaves, or in winter as a reliable basis for the next round of mulled wine at the Christmas market. It just has to be really hot and tasty. This eDossier gets to the bottom of the sausage and takes a close look at this "typically German" dish. Find out all kinds of specialist knowledge about sausage production and discover the best recipes from the meat sommeliers and grill professionals from FIRE&FOOD on 27 jam-packed pages.