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DanM

Food Processor Recommendations - Europe

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Hi.

 

i was considering a Bosch Mum for a stand mixer for our new Swiss home, but decided on the old standby Kitchen Aid instead.  The Bosch provides some food processing functions, but does not chop up veg very easily. That said, I need a stand alone food Processor. 

 

I am considering this one from Siemens, but I'm open to suggestions. Any thoughts out there? http://www.siemens-home.bsh-group.com/ch/fr/liste-des-produits/preparation-des-aliments/robots-menagers/MK860FQ1?breadcrumb=kitchenmachines

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I like my KitchenAid food processor, with the exception that the bowl is not as sturdy a plastic as I would like. It does a good job chopping, shredding and slicing veggies.

 

 

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I've been using French Robot-Coupe Magimix processors for decades. My current model is twenty years old and still going strong.

 

The latest models are probably as good.

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I have a Bosh MUM5 and you can process vegetables with the blade attachment.

The main test was chopping up 4kg of red cabbage and it worked fine. It really depends what kind of vegetables you want to process.

If you want any specific information/tests about the MUM5  I maybe can help you.

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