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    Food Processor recommendations?

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    A lot of primal recipes require the use of a quality food processor. Unfortunately, the two cheapies I own don't seem up for the task.

    Any recommendations?

    Thanks.

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    I picked up a vintage (probably 1960s era) Oster several years back for $3 at a garage sale.. It blows away any modern unit I've used in terms of power. So, I'd look for an old school oster on the cheap.

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    Ninja Master Prep
    I have a set & LOVE it. I use it every day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    Ninja Master Prep
    I have a set & LOVE it. I use it every day.
    I saw someone rave about this in a primal video recently - it just strikes my as some plastic-y "as seen on tv" type of product.

    But now that makes two endorsements. So I guess it's something to consider! Thanks!
    Last edited by Lando; 09-20-2011 at 02:29 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chima_p View Post
    Vita Mix if you got the cash or can find a used one.

    What is the one that can grind a cell phone to dust?
    I would love one, but I don't think my wife would take to kindly to my spending $400+ on a blender!

    (The other you're thinking of is "Blendtec")

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    Yeah the blendtec is pretty bad ass. I watched it make an iphone smoothie. "Hubba-wha?!"

    Ninja is reasonably priced and so very versatile! I can maked mashed cauliflower, mayo, and ice cream with it, as well as great guacamole, among other things
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    Macy's and or Bloomies will do this for $99 like once a quarter Cuisinart DLC-8S Food Processor, 11-Cup Pro Custom - Food Processors Electrics - Kitchen - Macy's It's a brick outhouse of a processor. In fact I got one a couple of years ago for $79 post Xmas @ Bloomies but I haven't seen it that cheap since.
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    I owned a Blentec and was constantly having to purchase the container as the seal would wear and then leak the contents all over the motor area. Also, it's very loud. Last year I bought a Ninja and absolutely love it. The cost was like 40 dollars and I use it daily. I HIGHLY recommend a Ninja!

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    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...

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