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Discussion in 'Weight Watchers - Off Topic' started by xKimmyRx, 24 June 2011 Social URL.

  1. xKimmyRx

    xKimmyRx soon to be slim...x

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    Iv just been giving a food processor off my mother in law and dont have a clue what to use it for ?? Any ideas will be greatly appreciated x
     
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    depending on what blades you have you can chop, grate, slice, make pastry, knead dough, make cakes etc.
    grating cheese is such a doddle with these. I am currently on my 4th processor over the years having used them to blowing up! My latest is a magimix and having fun with it.
    did it come with a book\? if not google food processor recipes and it will give you some ideas
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    Unfortunatly it didnt come with a book but its kenwood so I think thats quite good. Its got loads of different attachments too. I didnt think of googlin it lol thanks for idea x
     
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    Kenwood is a good brand and you might be able to download a book from their website good luck
     
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