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Food processor

Discussion in 'Slimming World Off Topic' started by Dolly Rocker, 3 September 2014 Social URL.

  1. Dolly Rocker

    Dolly Rocker Well-Known Member

    Hey peeps I want to buy a food processor but have no idea of what brand or anything?!

    Anyone use one & can point me in the right direction?

    Thankssssssss D xxx
     
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  3. pavschick

    pavschick Well-Known Member

    Depending on what you want to do with it . I bought the argos cookworks one dirt cheap I think around £13 but great for slicing grating and whizzing to a puree. It's small so can keep it on the workbench. I use mine every time I am making soups casseroles etc I never ever chop anything by hand now. Makes cooking a doddle especially when preparing all those super free ingredients.
     
  4. Happy Holidays

    Happy Holidays Well-Known Member

    What do you want it for, I have a nicer dicer for chopping veggies & stuff, I have a hand blender for blending!!! and a mixer which I use occasionally but not really that often.
     
  5. Dolly Rocker

    Dolly Rocker Well-Known Member

    I want it for the chopping, grating & blending?!

    Ha can you tell I am clueless with this stuff!

    Xxx
     
  6. Happy Holidays

    Happy Holidays Well-Known Member

    Okie dokies that helps, I use my nicer dicer plus, the plus is important (JML only not cheap versions) for chopping & grating it wasn't cheap at £50, and a hand blender which was shops own for blending.

    Honestly I don't really use my mixer much only when I'm making something like falafels & I want to blend a whole tin of chickpeas.
     
  7. jogirl

    jogirl Well-Known Member

    I have a Cookworks foodprocessor that comes with attachments for slicing/grating, and a blender jug. It's basic but does everything I need it to. I've had it a while and can't remember exactly how much it was, but there is a very similar one in Argos for £34.99. I love my food processor!
     
  8. Dolly Rocker

    Dolly Rocker Well-Known Member

    Thanks my lovelies on the look out for one this weekend!

    Dxxx
     

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