+
Cookware

Vegetable chopper vs Food Processor

kdlalib | Nov 8, 201812:27 PM     10

First, let me admit: I'm no cook. I love to eat, but I have little patience to actually do the cooking.
Because of that, I had to prep and have zero knife skills. Since prepping is such an issue for me, I want to make it as fast & efficient as possible (and I doubt I can or want to attain the correct knife skills). I have a food processor. Would that be preferable for chopping, slicing, and dicing than a vegetable chopper? Which is better? And easier. Thoughts?

Want to stay up to date with this post? Sign Up Now ›

Invite a friend to chime in on this discussion.

Email a Friend

More from Chowhound

Anthony Bourdain's Chef's Knife, Records & Other Belongings to Be Auctioned
Food Trends

Anthony Bourdain's Chef's Knife, Records & Other Belongings to Be Auctioned

by David Watsky | Nearly 200 items personally accrued by the late Anthony Bourdain will go to auction next month including...

The Trader Joe's Lunchbox Staple This Cookbook Author & Mom Keeps on Hand
Food Trends

The Trader Joe's Lunchbox Staple This Cookbook Author & Mom Keeps on Hand

by David Watsky | School lunches for young ones can start to feel like mission impossible after a while. On the one...

Get Cozy with These 15 Creamy Mushroom Recipes (No Can Opener Required)
Recipe Round-Ups

Get Cozy with These 15 Creamy Mushroom Recipes (No Can Opener Required)

by Chowhound Editors | Cream and mushrooms are a magical combo, and these creamy mushroom recipes celebrate it in all its...

A Guide to Sage, Our Favorite Fall Herb
Guides

A Guide to Sage, Our Favorite Fall Herb

by Jen Wheeler | Here's everything you need to know about sage, our favorite fall herb. When it comes to the savory...

Trending Discussions

1

Good Store Bought Guacamole?

Updated 1 minute ago 3 comments
2

Making pesto

Updated 16 hours ago 1 comment
5

Weekly Menu Planning September 2019

Updated 26 minutes ago 247 comments

Get fresh food news delivered to your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest tips, tricks, recipes and more, sent twice a week.