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Friday 24 October 2014

10 best food processors

1. Lakeland
Ideal for smaller kitchens, this food processor is neat and compact. It automatically adjusts its speed to suit the task in hand and the mini-bowl is good for chopping the likes of onions without messing up the larger bowl.
2. John Lewis
This is a great all-rounder and can even mix an excellent cake batter, despite the lack of beater attachment. It is quiet, gets the job done quickly and evenly and its extra-large feed tube is great for processing large foods like apples.
10. Philips The rimless surface of the Philips Robust gives this food processor a contemporary look and, with a bowl larger than any other processor on the market, it can handle the toughest ingredients.

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Source: Independent

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