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mad_bopper
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   Old Thread  #17 4 Dec 2023 at 9.16pm  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #11
Yep 20kg at a time, I get all the off cuts and miss shaped boillies from a local company and do a big batch and freeze it,
humhx
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humhx
   Old Thread  #16 1 Dec 2023 at 7.18pm  0  Login    Register
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Bought a food chopper from ASDA, worked OK, finally packed up three weeks ago. Took it straight back and got my money back.

https://groceries.asda.com/product/food-mixers-blenders-juicers/george-home-mini-chopper/1000054737208
suffokandy
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   Old Thread  #15 30 Nov 2023 at 9.12pm  0  Login    Register
Can't recall if it was on here but I know it's been suggested that you buy a cheap ish processor from Argos use it well and if it survives a year, its a result..if it dies return it under warranty for a replacement.
Greekskii
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Greekskii
   Old Thread  #14 29 Nov 2023 at 6.49pm  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #13
Yes. Thatís what I use to make crumb. Can do the drill modification and you can whizz through bait really quick.
shane24
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shane24
   Old Thread  #13 29 Nov 2023 at 11.03am  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #5
Wouldnít the particle plate make proper crumb?
55s
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55s
   Old Thread  #12 28 Nov 2023 at 11.00pm  0  Login    Register
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As someone who has painstakingly made little round balls throughout life this still breaks my heart. Iíd always say basemix and small amount of binder / liquid is more attractive, much easier and cheaper - but totally get thatís not what your asking!
Belch
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Belch
   Old Thread  #11 28 Nov 2023 at 10.43pm  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #9
Bit OTT for crumb - are you doing 10kg sacks lol?
mad_bopper
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   Old Thread  #10 28 Nov 2023 at 8.33pm  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #1
Garden shredder, I have a used one from Facebook, cost a tenner.
You can tip raw tigernuts in it, frozen boilies whatever you want.
Tip them in once for chunky bits or pass it through a second time for fine crumb.
mad_bopper
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   Old Thread  #9 28 Nov 2023 at 8.33pm  0  Login    Register
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Garden shredder, I have a used one from Facebook, cost a tenner.
You can tip raw tigernuts in it, frozen boilies whatever you want.
Tip them in once for chunky bits or pass it through a second time for fine crumb.
jamesf1134
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jamesf1134
   Old Thread  #8 20 Nov 2023 at 9.33am  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #6
Cheers
Belch
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Belch
   Old Thread  #7 20 Nov 2023 at 9.11am  0  Login    Register
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DP
Belch
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Belch
   Old Thread  #6 20 Nov 2023 at 9.11am  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #1
As Framey says - get a processor (with a decent capacity and chopping blade) and you can blitz half a kilo in about 2x 30sec blasts . . . blenders only have a small claw at the base and tend to crumb up the bottom half of the container making the process a lot longer. Should be some good black friday deals on white goods at the mo . . .
jamesf1134
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jamesf1134
   Old Thread  #5 19 Nov 2023 at 5.46pm  0  Login    Register
Want proper crumb really no chunks or Iíd get the ridge monkey crusher thing, cheers
framey
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framey
   Old Thread  #4 19 Nov 2023 at 5.10pm  0  Login    Register
Food processor rather than a blender
mark1009
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   Old Thread  #3 19 Nov 2023 at 4.12pm  0  Login    Register
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Burnt out my sisters one, now just using the Ridgemonkey one to reduce my boilies to bits / crumb. At least I won't destroy it in 30 seconds.
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