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asked by R. Desor on February 5, 2011
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You need both! You can't whip cream in a food processor but the food processor does a better job at pureeing. If it is a choice because of funds, then you will have to evaluate what you do most. You can always chop and slice with a knife, but you have better controlled mixing with a mixer. I guess I am lucky with a kitchenaid stand and hand mixer and a large Kitchen Aid processor and a mini Cuisinart procesor. I use them all, but the mini the least.
Amazon Customer answered on November 29, 2012
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Food processor, over mixer for sure! If you want to eat healthy - chopping and pureeing with food processor - is much better than whisking creams and cookie dough in a miker. Plus you can make pie crust in processor - not mixer.
BiblioBabe answered on August 27, 2012
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I have always used Cuisinart and have recently heard that kitchen Aid is making the parts and Cuisinart no longer owns the parts factory. I was a chef for 30 years and had too many problems to use in our two kitchens. So, now I am considering purchasing the Elite for my daughter, I need to know if what I have heard is true. Should I be concerned and go for the Kitchen Aid?
Phyllis J. Siddens answered on August 19, 2011
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