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    I have the same food processor, I got it back in 2009. Mine does a great job (no doubt not as quick as a thermie) but it definitely works.
    How old is yours?

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    Thanks again @Ahalfdozen - I'm literally online now choosing where to buy mine from! Myers seems to have a sale

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    I got one last year too and I was sick of getting a sore thumb holding down the button on my stick mixer while making humus. It's amazing. Sooo quick.

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    Thanks again for everyone's input. I ended up buying the Breville Kitchen Wizz Pro (2000w) $439 from Myer - cranberry colour! (cheapest I could find online - free delivery)

    I was impressed by the recommendations above and also quite blown away by the video demos on YouTube - didn't realise what things a processor could do! I don't think I'll be chopping/slicing veggies again once it arrives!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yogis Mumma View Post
    Thanks again for everyone's input. I ended up buying the Breville Kitchen Wizz Pro (2000w) $439 from Myer - cranberry colour! (cheapest I could find online - free delivery)

    I was impressed by the recommendations above and also quite blown away by the video demos on YouTube - didn't realise what things a processor could do! I don't think I'll be chopping/slicing veggies again once it arrives!!!
    I don't use the chopping blade super often, as I just forget haha. But you know what it's the best for? Potato bakes. It slices those potatoes so fast, you can chose the thickness and it's all so even and neat. It's the best.

    We also use the grate function for coleslaw. We do several carrots, half a red cabbage and half a green, etc. takes 30 seconds to do the lot, then just mix the mayo through.

    I also take it up to the school during fundraisers and just slice 20 onions in it in a couple of minutes. You just have to look away when opening it as the fumes are crazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahalfdozen View Post
    I don't use the chopping blade super often, as I just forget haha. But you know what it's the best for? Potato bakes. It slices those potatoes so fast, you can chose the thickness and it's all so even and neat. It's the best.
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    I love potato bakes but hate slicing them and never get them even...now I'm looking forward to them being on the menu regularly seeing as it slices them so quickly!!


 

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