I have a little one coming onto solids and my old food processor has just died, so I'm looking to buy a new one.
I'm happy to put money in if it's going to be a machine that is used for more than just baby food.
I've just seen online that Magimix has an attachment dices - has anyone used this?? How have they found it?
There are a lot of people around me getting Thermomixes, but I do a lot of stir-fries and it would seem to make more sense (and save more money) to get a machine that juliennes and dices as well, rather than one that just obliterates everything...
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Food processor that dices!
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