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Processing appliance storage? #6950110
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I know the immediate answer is just more cabinet space. Think I saw someones setup a while back just can't remember. Just curious if you all had a setup for storing all your processing gear or is it just put up in cabinets? Grinders,tenderizers,jerky guns,mixing trays,cutting boards,dehydrators,sausage stuffers,vacuum sealers, etc.

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All of mine as well as most of my outdoor cooking appliances are in my garage. I bought a big rack shelving unit and place the equipment in plastic tubs to keep dust and what not out.


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All of mine as well as most of my outdoor cooking appliances are in my garage. I bought a big rack shelving unit and place the equipment in plastic tubs to keep dust and what not out.
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Originally Posted By: QuitShootinYoungBucks
Originally Posted By: GunsUp18
All of mine as well as most of my outdoor cooking appliances are in my garage. I bought a big rack shelving unit and place the equipment in plastic tubs to keep dust and what not out.
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that and the stuff too big for the tubs I used are in trash bags.

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My grinder, meat tubs stuffer go on top of the cabinets in my wash/utility room. At home growing up my room had 2 closets, one was Christmas decoration/processing storage.


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Mine is stored in the utility room. We use the grinder and spices year around. If Boston butt roasts go on sale, we buy a few and grind them on to sausage.


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