Should You Invest in a Food Processor?


is a food processor a good investment


If you’ve spent time ogling the shiny food processors in various kitchen stores or on your Internet machine, you are probably wondering whether you should invest in one. We see some of the smaller kitchen appliances as essential – the microwave, the coffee maker, the toaster and so on – but the food processor? Is it an investment you should make?

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KitchenAid KFP164216 Pro Line vs Breville BFP800XL/A Sous Chef Food Processor

KitchenAid KFP164216 Pro Line vs Breville BFP800XL/A Sous Chef Would you pay $400 for a home food processor?

How about $600?

The Breville Sous Chef cost $400 and the new KitchenAid Pro Line is going to set you back $600.

Food processors and blenders these day are costing more than some larger appliances. Heck I paid under $600 for my GE 18 c.u fridge that I bought last year.

I recently took a close (very close) look at the KitchenAid KFP164216 Pro Line vs Breville BFP800XL/A Sous Chef food processor. These two models come with multiple work bowls and lots of well designed touches. But which one offers you the best combination of price and features?

Update: The KitchenAid KFP164216 Pro Line is now the KitchenAid KFP1642CA Pro Line 16-cup Food Processor

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Cuisinart FP-14DC Elite Collection Food Processor Review

Cuisinart-FP-14DC-Elite-Collection-Food-ProcessorIt runs like a champ with lots of usable options and features plus great customer feedback. But can you look forward to many years of happy processing with it? My Cuisinart FP-14DC Elite Collection food processor review takes a thorough look at this model, so you can add it to your must have list or buy it if it has what you’re looking for.

If you’re like most people food processor shopping, you’ve probably been researching and looking for weeks or even months to find just the perfect model for you. My best advice to you is to get the best machine your budget can afford and make sure it has all of the features you need and would use.

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I Just Need a Small Food Processor. Right?


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Food processors designed for the home come in a wide range of sizes – from about 3 cups to 16 cups. How do you decide – as if you were the Goldilocks of food processors – which machine is just the right size, not too big or not too small? Why, ask a few questions of yourself – like the following.

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Revealed: 3 Little-Known Ways to Save Big on Amazon

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I am excited to let you in on my secret.

You already know that, the web’s largest retailer usually has the best prices on products.

But did you also know Amazon has online coupons?

And warehouse deals?

And various markdowns and special deals?

Just waiting for you to snatch up. Here’s your opportunity to get deep discounts on things you were going to buy anyway.

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Make Healthful, Delicious Food For Your Baby – With a Food Processor


food processor for baby food

Your baby. How much you love her fat little cheeks and her tiny feet and her perfect nose and…well, all of her. You want to feed her only the healthiest of food – after all, you are responsible for her well being. There is an essential tool that should sit on all kitchen counters of homes where a baby lives: a food processor. Why is this appliance a good choice for preparing food for your baby?

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KitchenAid 16-Cup Pro Line KFP1642 Review

KitchenAid KFP1642CA food processorVisualize yourself no longer spending endless hours in the kitchen slicing, dicing and chopping by hand. Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could cut your food prep time down to more than half the time it’s now taking you? Wouldn’t it encourage you to incorporate healthy cooking into your lifestyle and try out new recipes?

You probably already know this, but a good and powerful food processor can get you there. It’ll save you loads of time and money. You’ll be able to quickly and easily make your own nut butters, bread, baby food, pesto, hummus and more. So you can stop buying all those prepackaged stuff that contain a bunch of additives and preservatives.

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How to Buy The Best Food Processor for Raw Food Diet


food processor for raw food diet

The raw food diet is unquestionably a healthy one: You eat no food that has been cooked, no food that is hotter than 118 degrees. As most meats and fish must be cooked, the raw food diet is largely a vegetarian diet.

Raw food dieters eat an array of raw fruits, vegetables, nuts, sprouted grains and, perhaps, unpasteurized dairy products like yogurt.

If you are like most North Americans, adopting the raw food diet will mean making some fundamental changes to the way to eat – and the way that you prepare your food.

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