To help you decide I’m going to do a head-to-head Cuisinart DLC-10S vs KitchenAid KFP0711cu food processor challenge.
I am excited to let you in on my secret.
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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?
If you are just setting up your kitchen, if you have neither a blender or a food processor, you will probably ask yourself this question: Do I need a blender and a food processor? Well, there is a third option: the food processor blender combo.
Let’s look at the positives – and negatives – of the hybrid known as the food processor blender combo.
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.
You are excited because you found a groovy recipe for pesto and you are having your new friends over for dinner… and then you see that the recipe tells you that you need a food processor.
It offers no alternative ideas. Huh. You make a mental note to buy a food processor before beginning to research blender recipes for pesto.
A food processor is an indispensable kitchen tool; here are 11 tips to help make sure you fall in love with the food processor you choose. (You are absolutely welcome.)
We North Americans have developed an outrageously unhealthy habit. We stroll down the frozen food aisles of gargantuan supermarkets looking for food that has been prepared for us in a factory, not a kitchen – food that has lists of ingredients that include words we cannot pronounce (well, unless chemistry was your thing in high school).
Fortunately, many of us are waking up to the fact that preparing our own meals from fresh, natural ingredients will make us healthier and happier.
To chop or process, that is the question. A food processor chops food. A food chopper chops food. However, a food processor and a food chopper are different things. Confused? Let us shed some light on the situation.
A food chopper is a small appliance – it will usually hold between 1 and 4 cups – used to chop, grind or mix a variety of foods.
A food processor is larger than a food chopper – it can process up to 12 cups of food at a time, depending on the model.
I love to cook and try new recipes, don’t you?
And having the right kitchen tools at hand makes all that chopping, mixing and kneading so much easier.
For the cooking enthusiasts like me, a good quality food processor is an indispensable kitchen tool to have in your kitchen.
Which brings me to the main reason why I created The Food Chopper. You see I’m on a mission to live healthier by making changes in my diet. I’ve just about eliminated all processed and junk foods from my diet, which means I have to cook my own meals so I can control what goes on my plate.