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I am sorry I should have given the link to contact them directly. You can order as small as a 4 ounce bottle. I ordered a 32 ounce bottle which was $17 plus shipping. Here is the link.
Just want to share the food grade mineral oil lubricant I found. It is NSF rated H3 for direct food contact. I use it on my grinder head and plates to prevent rust. Most other lubricants are H1 approved which is only for incidental contact so I was happy to find this. http://www.globalindustrial.com...
I know I have asked this before but I cannot find the link. Chuckwagon gave me a formula to figure out how much length of casing I need for whatever pound of meat I am using. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
- Thu Apr 04, 2013 22:49
- Forum: Hardware
- Topic: Review Speco meat grinder plates and knifes
- Replies: 3
- Views: 4679
I have been looking for some high quality grinder plates and knifes. My local butcher recommended Speco knifes and plates. When I called Speco they were very nice and more than willing to answer my any of my questions. So I ordered a 3/8, 3/16, and a 1/8 and a knife for each. When I recieved them I ...
What is the difference between food grade mineral oil you see at online butcher supply stores and mineral oil you buy at Walgreens labeled mineral oil "intestinal lubricant"? I want to coat the inside of my tinned cast iron meat grinder head to prevent it from rusting. I have used the stuff from Wal...