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KitchenAid KFP750OB Processor Cuisinart DFP-14BCN

10 Apr Posted by in food processor | Comments

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Update: Buy Cuisinart DFP-14BCN 14 Cup Food Processor – normally 350$, now 172$ + FREE SHIPPING!!

The KitchenAid KFP750OB is the best value for a processor that is close to high end, but around 100$ is actually affordable to any cook.  Then you consider KitchenAid’s great service and warranty, along with the fact that this is a heavy, well built machine and you can rest assured this will last a lifetime.  Having a processor like this allows so much of the cooking process to be automated especially the time consuming preparatory work.

One common mistake with the KitchenAid KFP750 Processor is people think they can use it as a blender and fill it up with liquids.  A small amount of liquids are doable especially if there is some bulk food inside at the same time to absorb some of the liquid, but yes this will cause a mess if you fill it up with liquids and blend.

Despite this power one will notice how quiet this product is.  It is just convenient to have a processor like this with the attachments (smaller / bigger spare bowls, etc) to handle any kind of job.  Overall this is one of our most popular products, sells dozens each day and is becoming a mainstay in kitchen’s all over the US.  Buy KitchenAid KFP750OB Food Processor on eBay for under 100$.

Another favorite that I have been using at the parent’s house (got it for them for Christmas) is the Cuisinart DFP-14BCN 14-Cup Stainless Steel Food Processor which was on sale for 200$ the list price at the time.  It is normally listed at stores for upwards of 400$ but on Amazon it is 199$ and some of the processors on eBay are in the 150$ range, a savings of 250$ or more.  So you’d be hard pressed to find a better deal on a food processor than that.

Obviously with the 14 cups you are dealing with a processor even more daunting in size than the KitchenAid KFP 12 cup processor.  It’s been useful for when I go to their house for family arrangements and bring lots of bulk vegetables.  This strong and huge 14 cup processor makes short work of them so people aren’t hand cutting food all day.  Also interesting is that even though we use the KitchenAid Stand Mixer for pizza / bread dough, the folks use this Cuisinart 14 cup processor for it and it has done the task as well.

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