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I have a Breville Sous Chef Food Processor thinking about a stand mixer maybe for dough...

Fresh_Fit_Light | Nov 27, 201608:10 PM     28

I have wanted a KitchenAid Mixer forever and ever because my mom has one, but she has one of the old good ones from the 80's. I make pizza dough on a semi regular basis and I've thought about making bread. I know the Breville can do this but you can burn out the motor (and melt the plastic on the spindle if you run it too long) and I don't want to make it do things it shouldn't be doing. I've heard the Ankarsrum is great for all manner of dough and baking things too if I want to do more in that way.

I'd have to save up for the Ankarsrum where I could have a KA mixer for cheap especially right now with all the deals. And I'm wondering should I bother to get a stand mixer if I already have the Breville? Or would that be redundant?

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