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  • #16
    Won't go lower. Odd price, may be a closeout. Cuisinart DLC-8S Food Processor, 11-Cup Pro Custom - Food Processors Electrics - Kitchen - Macy's
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    • #17
      Originally posted by IvyBlue View Post
      They're $100 as of right now, I just ordered one! The old GE model that used to belong to my grandmother is about shot...

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      • #18
        Originally posted by primalblonde View Post
        I have a Ninja and I love it. However, the one thing that sucks is that you can't blend & pour at the same time for things such as mayo. Not that big of a deal, but yeah. Also, isn't it suggested not to press down on the Ninja more than like 12 seconds at a time? I'm always worried I'm pressing down too long...
        I was just watching some youtube vids on the Ninja, and they showed someone pouring into the pour spout of one of the larger containers while pulsing. Is that container not part of the prep system? I've been yearning for a Cuisinart, but all this Ninja talk has me intrigued. Being able to take the blade out and store the whole thng in the fridge sounds great. Not to mention how much easier it must be to decant than a blender.
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        • #19
          thermomix...... if you can spare the $$$$$
          is bought through party-plan here in Oz so not sure of its availability in US. I know of some Canadians who have them though.
          Forum Thermomix - Index - A Thermomix Forum sharing recipes, ideas and questions.. or go google

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          • #20
            Originally posted by elainevdw View Post
            I was just watching some youtube vids on the Ninja, and they showed someone pouring into the pour spout of one of the larger containers while pulsing. Is that container not part of the prep system? I've been yearning for a Cuisinart, but all this Ninja talk has me intrigued. Being able to take the blade out and store the whole thng in the fridge sounds great. Not to mention how much easier it must be to decant than a blender.
            The Ninja Master Prep set has it.
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            • #21
              Originally posted by almostGrok'd View Post
              thermomix...... if you can spare the $$$$$
              is bought through party-plan here in Oz so not sure of its availability in US. I know of some Canadians who have them though.
              Forum Thermomix - Index - A Thermomix Forum sharing recipes, ideas and questions.. or go google
              Definitely second the Thermomix for an out of this world kitchen tool! For those who don't know about it, think the power of a Vitamix with the ability to cook at the same time. The power and versatility of this thing is brilliant. It has made a huge difference to me eating primally. Big bucks but SO worth it! I use mine 3 or 4 times a day.
              It is sold via a home demonstration all over the world but I think USA can buy now via Canada.

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              • #22
                You can buy a thermomix through a Canadian supplier but they're like $1,500+. My car is worth less than that.
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