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Slicing, Dicing, Chopping - Best Tool?

Discussion in 'Spotless Kitchen' started by Bubbles, Nov 6, 2019.

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    Someone would surely read that, and go "Thank God I have other people like me"
     
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    Costco for Vitamix. They often have sales on food processors and stand mixers too.
     
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    Oooh such nice replies!! Thanks everyone for pitching in!

    Best idea ever, if only....

    @armummy :worship2: noting everything you said!

    Why do you need to chop any veggie then, my dear! ;) Precut veggies or ask H to do it:) And when he finishes, ask him to load/unload the dishwasher too, if you MUST cook.:beer-toast1:

    Mandolin slicers seem to do the job... but it is still manual work he he he... So I am tilting towards a good FP. Like many mentioned, having to weigh the use of it vs the cleaning which can be bothersome.. got some good tips here. Some FP videos show that after using you can just add dish soap into the FP (a little!) and whish it around too..
    I do have a 2-cup FP from H's bachelor days...and use it only to make tomato paste and chop up spinach.

    @armummy if you would upload a video here or on youtube with a demo, esp with tricky veggies like beans, okra... so many hapless women like me would be truly benefitted!
     

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