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Whether entertaining friends on a Friday night or preparing family dinners during the week, KitchenAid's 7-cup food processor turns time-consuming chopping, slicing, and dicing into an effortless, enjoyable, and efficient endeavor.
The included work bowl features durable polycarbonate construction and a roomy 7-cup interior--ample space for most food-preparation tasks.
The food processor's feed tube accommodates long food items with a minimum of sectioning. Unlike extra-wide feed tubes, there is no pusher interlock system, so the entire length of the tube can be filled with food.
The included food pusher moves food through the feed tube smoothly and effortlessly.
The food processor provides a reversible (2 mm) slicing and (4 mm) shredding disc, which features a precision slicing blade on one side and, when turned over, can produce uniform shreds of most firm fruits, vegetables, and cheese.
The included disc stem fits over the power shaft on the base of the unit and into the bottom of the reversible slicing/shredding disc.
The food processor's stainless-steel multipurpose blade blends, chops, mixes, minces, and emulsifies foods quickly and easily.
The base of the unit features Off, On, and Pulse buttons along with the power shaft, which rotates the blades and discs.
The food processor's Clean Touch control pad features a seamless design with no cracks or crevices to trap food, so it wipes clean easily.
A spatula/cleaning tool comes included, featuring a special shape that facilitates food removal from bowls, discs, and blades.
Food processor, 7-cup work bowl with lid, reversible slicing/shredding disc, stainless-steel blade, food pusher, disc stem, spatula
Does the job well but after one year handle broke which I believe is a poor design. To buy a replacement bowl was going to cost more than the whole unit.Published 28 days ago by Rick Harrison
This food processor is great at first but after a few years it really loses all it's power. Good luck making homemade peanut butter a year after purchase. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jazzmin Cunningham
The small plastic locking tabs on the lid are very fragile. I bought 3 units, one for myself and 2 for gifts and none of them lasted a year. Good motor, poor plastic parts. Read morePublished 4 months ago by E. R. Kinzie
Used this processor for about a year with no problems, maybe a dozen times in total. Today hooked it up, turned on power and it will not start. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jerry Feltham
Edit: I've had this machine for less than a year, and it's fried. I only used it perhaps once a month and will have to purchase something else.............surely not Kitchen Aid!! Read morePublished on Aug. 22 2012 by pen name