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A '''food mill''' (also called '''passatutto''', '''purée sieve''', '''moulinette''', '''mouli légumes''', or '''passe-vite''') is a [[food preparation utensil]] for [[mash]]ing and [[sieve|sieving]] soft [[food]]s. Typically, a food mill consists of three parts: a bowl, a bottom plate with holes like those in a [[colander]], and a [[Crank (mechanism)|crank]] fitted with a bent metal blade which crushes the food and forces it through the holes in the bottom plate as the crank is turned. The bottom plate may be a permanent part of the device, or interchangeable plates with different hole sizes may be supplied. Three corrugated feet on the base, or two ears on the rim plus the handle, fit on the rim of a cooking pot and hold the mill in position over it.
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A '''food mill''' (also called '''passatutto''', '''purée sieve''', '''moulinette''', '''mouli légumes''', or '''passe-vite''') is a [[food preparation utensil]] for [[mash]]ing and [[sieve|sieving]] soft [[food]]s. It was invented by the Belgian Victor Simons. Typically, a food mill consists of three parts: a bowl, a bottom plate with holes like those in a [[colander]], and a [[Crank (mechanism)|crank]] fitted with a bent metal blade which crushes the food and forces it through the holes in the bottom plate as the crank is turned. The bottom plate may be a permanent part of the device, or interchangeable plates with different hole sizes may be supplied. Three corrugated feet on the base, or two ears on the rim plus the handle, fit on the rim of a cooking pot and hold the mill in position over it.
   
 
Food mills are usually made of [[stainless steel]] or [[aluminum]]. The bowl may be [[plastic]], particularly for smaller sizes marketed for preparing baby food. Older "heirloom" utensils were usually made from [[tinplate]].
 
Food mills are usually made of [[stainless steel]] or [[aluminum]]. The bowl may be [[plastic]], particularly for smaller sizes marketed for preparing baby food. Older "heirloom" utensils were usually made from [[tinplate]].
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