Starfrit 93900-002-BLCK Manual Food Processor
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- Stainless Steel
- Chops for easy preparation of vegetables for soups, stews & spaghetti sauces
- Whisk ensures homogeneous mixtures
- Nonslip rubber base
- Dishwasher safe
- Features very high quality Japanese stainless steel cutting blades to chop vegetables or cooked meat in no time - also convenient for making salsas and baby food
- Includes a whisk that makes mixing and whipping easy - Ideal for preparing creams, dips and salad dressings in few seconds
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|Item Dimensions||6.5 x 6.5 x 7 in||6.5 x 11 x 6.5 in||7 x 3.94 x 5.51 in||7.09 x 7.09 x 11.42 in||6.9 x 6.9 x 10.24 in||7 x 6.25 x 7.25 in|
|Item Weight||—||2.5 lbs||—||2.51 lbs||4 lbs||—|
|Size||6.9 x 6.69 x 7.08||3_cup||1.5cup||6_cup||1 Liter||4_cup|
High-quality Japanese stainless steel cutting blades allow the Star frit manual food processor to chop vegetables or meat in no time! includes a whisk and a removable funnel.
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** Easy to clean. All parts can go in the dishwasher for oily foods, or just a quick rinse & wipe for most vegetables (n.b. I always clean the chopping blades by hand.)
** Good control over the cut size. Just spin it for longer for a finer cut, occasionally tapping it against the counter to knock pieces off the sides and back down to the blades.
** Very quick to set-up, chop, and put away when clean. It won't replace a knife and cutting board if you just want to slice up one tomato, but it will dice a whole onion (I usually quarter it first) in about 10 seconds.
** Non-skid feet work great. Some reviews say otherwise, but the rubber base should grip well to any smooth surface that is clean and dry.
** Chopping blade must be cleaned & handled with care. This isn't a major drawback as it applies to any cutting item, but it should be mentioned. I clean the blades and put it back in the product box before cleaning and drying the rest of the unit, just so the sharp bits are off the counter and secure.
** Blade occasionally becomes "embedded" in a piece of food. This happens with harder veggies like carrots when the blade fails to chop all the way through in one pass. Spinning the handle backward for a second seems to dislodge the offending piece; I have never had to open the unit while chopping to clean off the blades.
As it states, things like carrots should not be used in it. I would imagine almonds might not be a wise choice either. The blade bends rather easily.
The rubber-bottom on the container is sturdy, however it will still "walk". Would be handier if there was a handle perhaps on the side.
But otherwise it's a great little food processor when needing to chop things up quickly.
Need to chop some onion, but don't feel like dragging out that heavy food processor? Don't like the mess or tears of doing it by hand? Then this is the tool for you! I even use it to make tuna salad or chicken salad in a snap. I chop my onion and celery, then add in the tuna or chicken and process until it's well mixed. The I add the mayo (or, my preference, Miracle Whip), and turn the crank in the opposite direction to mix it in. Tuna or Chicken salad in a few minutes! Then, into the sink for a quick wash (watch out: the blades are very sharp), and I'm done.
I still use my electric food processor for big jobs, but for those little ones, this is the best option I have ever found. As the saying goes: try it. You'll like it.
I also use this to grind frozen bananas and strawberries with a few drops of vanilla extract. This makes a great, instant vegan soft serve.
I just wish the lid would stay put because it could get dangerous with the sharp blades with the lid not locking down.
Bottom line is this: purchased for off-grid and luckily tested before taking to the cabin; it will handle VERY light duty tasks, but a food processor it is not. If you want a liquid mixer, you might get by with this.