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Is there REALLY one better food processor?

juliehc | Nov 2, 202106:25 PM     18

My ancient (35+ yrs old) Cuisinart food processor finally gave out, and I have been reading reviews on new ones for about three hours, and am no closer to a good decision. There are conflicting reviews on almost all: Cuisinarts, Breville and Magimix (which I'd never heard of). I LOVED my old Cuisinart, but it's clear they are not made the same way now. I have several absolutely fabulous Breville products (coffee grinder, toaster oven) that I'm really happy with, but some of the reviews of the Breville aren't great. The Magimix is supposed to be the 'gold standard' as it's made in France, and some reviews are terrific, but like all the others there are some who think it's way overpriced for a very average product. Trying to get a benchmark from the real chefs in the world. What do you use, and what's your take on these three?

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