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4 thoughts on “I Found The Best Food Processor of 2021 And It’s Life Changing”

  1. Thank you very much for the wonderful article on food processors. At 83, and a lifelong cook, I love being I. The kitchen. However, my hands are not so flexible now, and my feet certainly do not like standing so long in one place while I chop, grind, and otherwise prepare raw foods for cooking or making salads. Now I am interested in some of the time- and work-saving appliances out there. You have helped me decide which processor will help the most! Thanks again, Elizabeth Martin.

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  2. Listing motor wattage is a best a very tricky item and can be subject to major misinterpretation. A motor draws maximum wattage when the motor is stalled, and of course nobody really cares about the stall wattage. If any of these motors actually dissipated the listed wattages they’d burn up in a few seconds. Think about the 1200 watt model, then think about your 1200 watt hair dryer. That dryer blows enormous amounts of air and even so gets really, really hot (which is good if you’re drying hair, but not so good if you’re running a food processor.) I’m guessing that the wattages listed are nothing more than the stall wattages and not really very significant comparisons. That might well explain why you don’t see much performance difference between the 1200 watt and the 720 watt models. Probably very similar motors with different methods of measuring peak (stall) current draw.

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