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Looking for a food mill

JessWil | Jul 28, 200609:11 PM     4

Hi,
I bought a food mill last summer, about $50, can't remember the brand, but it was hand-crank with stainless mesh "strainer," and it was terrible!! Hardly worked at all. I should've brought it back, but didn't and missed my window.
I really would like one, but don't want to waste my money again. I'd prefer not to spend more than about $50 if possible. I won't be using it too frequently, mainly for tomatoes in the summer, so it doesn't need to be professional quality.
If anyone has recs I would truly appreciate it!

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