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Hamilton Beach 70740 8-Cup Food Processor, Black

Hamilton Beach Food Processors rely on robust motors to chop, slice, shred, mix and puree just about anything you put in the bowl. Fast and easy to use, these processors have a flip lid design and dishwasher-safe parts for easy cleaning and storage.

Product Features

  • Prepare an endless variety of food fast
  • Puree pesto and dips, shred cheese, slice salad & more
  • 8 cup capacity
  • 2 speeds plus pulse control
  • Stainless steel slice/shred disc and chopping blade
  • Powerful 450 watt motor
  • Lid flips over for compact storage
  • Large feed chute fits a whole block of cheese to reduce pre-cutting
  • S-blade for chopping, mixing & pureeing, Reversible disc. Dishwasher safe bowl, lid & blades

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Anonymous says:

My first food processor ever. Wednesday December 28th, 2016:I’m going to write a review in stages as time progresses.To start, I just opened the box and I can’t believe this processor is $21. The last time I looked, I think it was $29. It was packed alright (not the best) but I immediately put it together. I was looking for something smaller, maybe a 3-4 cups but since this one was so cheap with so many great reviews, I thought why not? You do get what you pay for sometimes so I am hopeful it will work well for…

Anonymous says:

Great value. Will chop ANYTHING. I can’t believe this thing only cost $28. I’ve never owned a food processor in my life – I’ve always had this weird thing about having to chop everything by hand. And I cook a LOT. But I was finally thwarted by falafel – I had a grinder attachment for my KitchenAid that was just not cutting it, and my blender wasn’t cutting it for the hummus I also love to make on the regular. Both made these simple foods take too long to prepare and make a huge mess. So I decided to initiate the Food Processor…

Anonymous says:

This food processor is NUT BUTTER KING!! I bought this food processor for the sole purpose of making nut butters. Once washed and assembled, I had a jar of pecan and a jar of cashew nut butter in literally a few minutes! I’m beyond IMPRESSED with this machine. Every nut butter recipe I read said that the process would take at least 15-20 minutes, so I was prepared for the wait. I was also prepared to periodically take breaks to prevent the food processor from overheating, since I’ve heard that many less expensive food processors…

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