POSTED BY Kim Pawell ON January 14, 2013 WITH NO COMMENTS
CATEGORIES: Einstein tips, Products we love
The Cuisinart Mini-prep is a great tool and surprisingly inexpensive. If you can't shell out for a full-sized food processor, consider spending $30- $40 for a Cuisinart mini-prep. I have an older version that is not quite as big as the new one. I use it all the time to chop garlic, shallots, onions ginger and herbs. I know, you can do all these things with a simple knife, but the mini-prep will save you lots of time. The work bowl is small enough that it is easy to wash, yet large enough to take on sizable chopping jobs in a matter of seconds.
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