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Magimix Food Processor

greentreez | Nov 28, 201404:14 AM    

I did a ton of research last year and ended up buying a Magimix Food Processor. Due to a baby and a move, I only recently found time to begin using it with any regularity. Every time I use it I am completely frustrated.

I wonder if others are having these same issues or if I am doing something wrong, or even if there is some sort of design problem with my unit. Because of the way the bowls nest, every bowl gets dirty no matter what I am making. When I am done shredding cheese, the spindle comes out and cheese falls through the middle of the bowl because the interior hole is so low in the bowl. It just seems like this is the worst way to design a bowl (or set of bowls) and I can't imagine that more experienced cooks would like this product. That's why I wonder if I am doing something wrong. I read so many good reviews about this food processor but I actually dislike using it so much that I am thinking of selling it.

Please let me know if I am doing something wrong or if there is some obvious fix to my issues!!

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