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Buying a Food Processor for Meat/Dairy/Pareve


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Buying a Food Processor for Meat/Dairy/Pareve

iris | Oct 12, 2010 04:41 PM

I'm considering buying a new food processor and am looking at the KitchenAid KFP 760. The standard setup includes 3 bowls: a mini bowl, a 10 cup bowl for the shredding/slicing disks, and a 12 cup bowl for the standard blade.

It seems as though one could use the mini bowl (which comes with its own mini blade) for pareve and the 12 cup bowl and blade for meat, and then just buy one extra12 cup bowl and blade for dairy, and be able to use the same motor and housing for all purposes.

Does anyone have experience with this model? Are there any exposed parts other than bowl or blade that would make it impossible to just switch the bowl and blade to convert from meat to dairy?

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