Best Food Processor for poor little me?

Hi Everyone,

Thanks so much for all of your support and advice. I am addicted to this forum already! haha

I am just starting raw, I am only on day 4 now, but i do want to experiment with recipes, especially desserts!

I noticed that a lot of recipes require a food processor which I don't own.

I would like to buy a food processor that is hopefully under $100 (as I am a starving artist). Any recommendations? Sales? favorite food processors?

And do I need all the accessories?

Thanks!

Sam

Comments

  • You can get a mini food prep processor for alot cheaper than 100.00, and just starting out i would recommend halving and even quartering recipes until you know you like it... i've thrown away so many recipes in the past two months since i've started raw.

  • Hit the flea market or even Target can hook you up with something even less than $50. In my experience, having a super awesome expensive food pro is kinda second to having a super awesome expensive juicer or blender. For now, just get what you can afford and start making cool stuff :)

    As far as recipes go-- Ani Phyo has a great book on raw desserts!

  • Hi there I am just getting into this whole eat clean and raw deal. Have been reading many books and sites til now. I just bought a little $46 processor. I haven't had the chance to use it yet but it seems like it will do the job. I bought the item at Kmart and paid the extra 5 bucks to get it replaced in two years no questions asked. Hope this helps.

  • I got a mini kitchen aid from lowes for like 40-50$ it works great!! Next thing I'd invest in if I were you would be a blender... I have a blendtech, but vitamix is a great brand too. Hope you find health on this raw journey!!

  • Thanks guys!

    I ended up buying one on craigslist from some woman who got it as a gift and never used it. I got it for less than half of the original price, even tho it still had the wrapping on it! It works amazingly.

    I suggest this to anyone who was in my boat.

    Sam

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