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Which food processor should I buy?

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I'm tired of cutting onions, slicing tomatoes, chopping potatoes, dicing garlic, plucking parsley, and all of that stuff. Has somebody invented some kind of a tool that eliminates the most time-consuming part of cooking, food prep?

I looked on YouTube for food processors, but I couldn't find an exciting product that does everything. I'm looking for something that can make the cutting board obsolete.

I live in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, so I can't order stuff online. Only big-brand names are available in our stores here, like Philips, Black & Decker, and others...

Thanks a lot for your help.

M.K.

 

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There's only one multi-purpose tool I know of that can do all those tasks efficiently and well. It's called a sharp knife.

 

Food processors are OK when you're prepping a lot of food. But for day-to-day use, a knife really makes more sense.

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But for day-to-day use, a knife really makes more sense.

That's the thing. I don't cook everyday -- only once or twice a week. And I cook big batches of food, so I need a more efficient tool to assist in this tedious mission.
 

 

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