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Mini Non-Electric Food Processor
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Mini Non-Electric Food Processor

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There's no need to drag out your big, electric food processor. Keep this nifty little tool on hand for daily jobs like chopping vegetables and herbs; making salsas, relishes, chutneys and desserts; even pureeing soups, sauces and dips – all in literally seconds. Just add ingredients to the clear plastic hopper, and with a few quick pulls of the cord you're done, ready to enjoy the contents.
  • Two sharp blades and booster arm effortlessly chop food
  • Clear plastic container holds about 3 cups (24 oz)
  • Separate storage lid included for easy storage of contents in refrigerator
  • Most parts dishwasher safe
  • 5"H x 5-1/4"OD, imported

Customer Reviews of Mini Non-Electric Food Processor
Product Rating: 5.0 out of 5.0(4 reviews)
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- 1/9/2013
said: Anonymous User
"I have had this tool for over three months and use it a lot! My big, hard to clean electric processor sits in the closet. It is perfect for every day cooking. It cleans up so easily (otherwise I would never use it). I am curious how long the pull string mechanism holds up, but so far it has been a wonderfully welcome addition to my kitchen. "
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- 9/1/2011
said: Renee
"My new favorite kitchen tool! I no longer pull out my electric food processor thanks to this mini chopper. You can't stuff it full and expect it to work properly; but get on a roll and you can process a lot! It's much better than the choppers you can buy from those kitchen home party companies too! It's fun (my kids usually ask for a turn) and easy and cleans up fast!"
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- 8/8/2011
said: Juniper
"After 8 days intense use at our summer camp, I'm still impressed. Everyone wanted a turn at chopping vegetables. Washes easily, well-made: still in great conditon."
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- 3/22/2011
said: Juniper
"Pleasantly surprised to find it works as advertised! Pulls easily, rubberized bottom ring clings to the table. Directions are minimal, and included recipes are mostly for soft foods, like tomatoes, so when the blades got stuck cutting an onion (my first attempt) I was discouraged. Thinking it over, I realized that the blades needed room to get up "speed". Rather than stuffing all of a huge onion in the bowl, I didn't fill over half full. Success! Tried with cabbage and carrots and got as finely chopped a coleslaw as I could wish for on just 12 pulls. I'm going to be cooking for 50 at a camp without electricity this summer and am so happy to have found this tool."
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