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Roma® Food Mill

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Save hours when canning! Improved design with larger hopper and dual mounting system. Separates strained juice and pulp from the skin and seeds.
  • Clamps to surfaces up to 3" thick or mounts with powerful suction to a flat surface
  • Make tomato/vegetable juice, applesauce, mashed potatoes, refried beans and baby food with standard screen/auger
  • Process grapes, berries, pumpkins, squash or salsa with optional accessories
  • 16-1/2"H, 4-1/2 lb
  • Imported

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Roma® Food Mill

Save hours when canning! Improved design with larger hopper and dual mounting system. Separates strained juice and pulp from the skin and seeds.<ul> <li>Clamps to surfaces up to 3" thick or mounts with powerful suction to a flat surface</li> <li>Make tomato/vegetable juice, applesauce, mashed potatoes, refried beans and baby food with standard screen/auger</li> <li>Process grapes, berries, pumpkins, squash or salsa with optional accessories</li> <li>16-1/2"H, 4-1/2 lb</li> <li>Imported</li></ul><p><a href="http://countrylife.lehmans.com/the-amazing-strainer/" target="_blank">Click here</a> to read Galen Lehman's personal recommendation of this product!</p>Victorio, Roma, food mill, food strainer, Roma food strainer, hand cranked, food processor, Roma food processor, non-electric food processor, non-electric food mill, non-electric food strainer, tomato juicer, tomato mill, applesauce
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ROMA® FOOD MILL DESCRIPTION
Advanced, yet simple-You won't believe it until you try it. Just drop any soft fruit or vegetable into hopper and turn the crank. (Hard foods like apples need to be steamed until soft.) The Roma® Food Mill separates the strained juice and pulp from the skin and seeds. Make tomato/vegetable juice, applesauce, mashed potatoes, refried beans and baby food with standard screen/auger. Process grapes, berries, pumpkins, squash or salsa with optional accessories.

How it works-As the auger turns, it draws fruit into a screened cone where it squeezes out the juice and pulp. Thoroughly wrings out the skin, then automatically expels it with the seeds.

No peeling or coring-Unlike common food mills, the Roma® completely removes skin and seeds from juice and pulp. Continuously discharges waste through a separate opening so you don't need to stop to empty strainer.

Saves hours! It's the fastest strainer available because the oversized auger means less cranking. Extra-large capacity hopper (10"OD x 4"D) for added convenience. A huge time-saver when canning!

Long lasting- Stainless steel screens can't react with food and won't rust, chip or tarnish. Screens twist into place and are held secure with a flanged setscrew. A 4" long waste funnel snaps onto the end of the screen and allows for more working space while expelling skins and seeds farther away from the juice and pulp. Handle and squirt guard slide and snap into place with no fasteners needed.

Versatile Dual Mounting System- Mounts virtually anywhere. Clamps to surfaces up to 3" thick or mounts with powerful suction to a flat surface. It's your choice!

Quality made- Uses modern materials for long life and smooth operation. Nylon auger and bushing eliminates metal-to-metal contact for easier cranking. Dent-proof hopper, plunger and squirt guard can't stain or absorb odors. Solid cast aluminum body. Disassembles easily for cleaning. Comes with standard screen, standard auger and owner's manual. Stands 16-1/2"H, 4-1/2 lb, imported.


Customer Reviews of Roma® Food Mill
Product Rating: 4.6 out of 5.0(37 reviews)
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- 9/11/2012
said: Michelle Cole
"Just got it a month ago and have used it twice, processing a total of 5 boxes of roma tomatoes. Fantastic! I can't believe how quickly it went and not having to blanch, peel and cut...heaven! We prefer a thicker sauce, so I got the salsa kit as well, and that's the screen we used."
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- 8/27/2012
said: Ella Bardecki
"Absolutely love it. My daughter and I have canned tomato juice to use as spaghetti sauce or chili. Waiting on the next batch of tomatoes to ripen so we can make salsa.This machine is such a time saver. Grand kids were fascinated with the process. Easy clean and easy assemble."
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- 10/14/2013
said: John R.
"4 bushels of apples processed in 4 hours, plus 30 minutes cleanup. We've been using ours for about 10 years. Fantastic product. No need to core the apples; just quarter, cook, and grind with skins on. Lovely pink applesauce!"
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- 10/13/2012
said: Lawrence Koch
"I purchased this machine in Aug. to see if it would work/save time for making my pie filling for my Concord Grape pies I sell at a friends orchard. Not only does this machine work as advertised but even better!! It has saved me MANY hours in the prep time for the grapes & I actually get MORE pulp & juice than I did w/ a Foley food mill. Almost double."
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- 8/25/2012
said: Diane
"My husband & I used this tonight with the help of 2 of our grandchildren. This is a great machine well worth the money. It saves so much time making tomato sauce."
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- 8/24/2012
said: Brandon Shufelt
"I opened the box, had it set up, and was milling tomatoes in less than 20 minutes. My first time ever too. We milled 10 Gallons of tomato juice in 3 hours. I love this thing - it's one of my favorite toys."
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- 8/24/2012
said: Mary
"This is easy to put together, easy to use. Time to make the ketchup!After milling there is still so much tomato in waste bowl. The onion slices were passed through whole. It was put together properly, so I know that was not the problem. Called Lehman's.Their satisfaction guaranteed policy really is that easy! I have never had to return anything to them before. I was a little worried, since I bought it 2 months ago and have just now used it. So, 2 stars for Roma, 5 stars for the Lehman company."
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- 8/16/2012
said: Sarah
"Love this machine. Saves so much work and has stood up to many years of use!"
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- 7/18/2011
said: Ted
"Made tomato sauce this weekend. Started out by taking off the skins the "old fashioned way" by immersing in hot water then ice cold, and peeling. Then, my wife said, "Wait, according to the instructions, all you have to do is throw the entire tomato into the bin and process. What a wonder! This is the best product ever and saved us hours of time. I read the problem one review had concerning leaking between the strainer and the body. We had the same problem for a minute but discovered we had not installed the strainer all the way counter clockwise. Once that was corrected, the Roma Food Mill worked excellent. This product has my endorsement."
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- 9/25/2010
said: Gina
"Used the food mill last weekend to puree fresh tomatoes for spaghetti sauce. My dad used to borrow a really old one, and I thought I'd get my own. It's mostly great! Here's the not so great: it kept losing suction when I was really grinding, and the clamp kept falling off too; I had to run through the pulp at least twice to extract all the juice, and I wonder if the plastic auger is part of the problem. BUT... I now have 10 gallons of sauce in my freezer so in the winter, we'll be eating fresh spaghetti sauce! I WILL use it again, overall, it's pretty darn good!"
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