Cuisinart Food Processors Are Helpful in Making Many Raw Vegan Recipes
Cuisinart food processors are, perhaps, next to high-speed blenders such as Breville blenders and Vitamix blenders, the most-used kitchen appliance. Food processors are vital in making salsas and chopped fruits and vegetables such as orzo, or short-cut pasta, using summer squash, for example.
Cuisinart Food Processors Are Prized for Their Durability and Vast Selection
Cuisinart food processors are well-known for their reliability and durability. They come in a wide range of models offering size and power options for every recipe maker’s needs as well as a long line of handy accessories.
One model that’s stood the test of time, Cuisinart DLC-10SY Pro Classic 7-Cup Food Processor, is one that Fruitarian Store creator Brian Rossiter owned. It features a BPA-free work bowl and extra-large feed tube that accommodates whole fruits and vegetables. This model includes a blade for chopping and mixing as well as stainless steel medium-size slicing and shredding discs. Also included are a compact flat cover, small and large pushers, and spatula. The disc stem is detachable. Containing dishwasher-safe parts, the unit is easy to use and clean. The Cuisinart DLC-10SY Pro Classic 7-Cup Food Processor is backed by a three-year limited unit warranty.
Popular newer Cuisinart food processors include the Cuisinart Elemental 11-Cup Food Processor. This model, available in a few colors such as gunmetal gray, silver and white, boasts a powerful 550-watt motor and BPA-free large work bowl and wide-mouth feed tube that will help you quickly and easily prepare ingredients for meals. The Cuisinart Elemental 11-Cup Food Processor includes a stainless steel blade and reversible slicing and shredding discs. With high, low and pulse controls, this food processor will help you make fast work in slicing tomatoes and cucumbers, chopping nuts and puréeing soups. It comes with a limited three-year warranty.
The Elemental series also includes the Cuisinart Elemental 8-Cup Food Processor.