Using a manual meat grinder can be tough labour. Hands can cramp after extended use of the hand crank. Depending on the task being performed, it can take hours longer to use a manual crank rather than an electric unit. However, you don't need to spend a lot of money to upgrade to an electric meat grinder. Utilising a common household tool, an electric drill, you can bring your old-fashioned unit up to speed.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Electric drill
- Square bit
Charge the electric drill fully.
Remove the hand crank from the meat grinder.
Insert a square bit, similar to the size of the end of the hand crank, into the drill.
Insert the end of the bit into the opening for the hand crank.
Put the drill into its forward gear. If speed settings are available, turn the drill to a low speed. Use the drill's trigger to turn the meat grinder's gears.
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