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The Cuisinart Food Processor has an extra-large feed tube that holds whole fruits and vegetables & features a powerful 720W motor w/ 7 food prep functions. Includes a 3-year limited warranty w/ purchase.


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Amazon [amazon.com] has Cuisinart DFP-14BCNY 14-Cup Food Processor, Brushed Stainless Steel for $144.99. Alert from camel said this price only comes around a few times a year. Shipping is free for prime members. First post so be gentle.
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For what it's worth, this was America's Test Kitchen's winning processor.
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I picked this one up last time. It's awesome.
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For what it's worth, this was America's Test Kitchen's winning processor.
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I got mine after ATK win. Best of all tested.
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I have this, and like it although it is more than I need. Probably should have gone with the 11 cup. Other than the unwieldy size, I really like it and it chews through anything I throw at it.

Before buying brand new, you can find this on ebay used/shipped for way less (I paid just over $62 shipped when I got mine). If you live in a place with decent thrift stores, you can find these for bargain prices (usually not stainless, and usually more like the 11 cup as far as size) for *extremely* reasonable prices. I've seen them consistently for less than $10, as long as you're not super tied to color. For something like a food processor, unless you plan to leave it out all the time I don't think it really matters as Cuisinart doesn't seem to have updated the design much if any.
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Got this at full price so was thinking of getting it price adjusted but I'm struggling to use it. I cook every other day at the least and still no dice. My suggestion is to ask yourself what kinds of things you would actually use it for naturally. Shredding carrots and slicing cucumbers isn't an everyday thing for us but I'm open to ideas for uses cause I haven't returned it yet.
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For those of you who have costco memberships - I personally think this is a better deal. https://www.costco.com/Cuisinart-...41387.html

If you're not in a hurry this gets discounted here and there.
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Not to TC, you guys should see the amazon review on this model. It's a mix bag.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01AXM4WV2?tag=amz-mkt-chr-us-20&ascsubtag=1ba00-01000-a0049-win10-other-n... [amazon.com]
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Got this at full price so was thinking of getting it price adjusted but I'm struggling to use it. I cook every other day at the least and still no dice. My suggestion is to ask yourself what kinds of things you would actually use it for naturally. Shredding carrots and slicing cucumbers isn't an everyday thing for us but I'm open to ideas for uses cause I haven't returned it yet.
I have a different model but like you I don't use it often except when a recipe calls for it. I use a knife for most chopping. So it sits taking up kitchen space.
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i have this mofo in the 11 cup version. there are some things food processors simply do better : pie crusts, bread dough, soups, etc. bulletproof machine.
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I thought processed foods were bad for you.
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For those of you who have costco memberships - I personally think this is a better deal. https://www.costco.com/Cuisinart-...41387.html [costco.com]

If you're not in a hurry this gets discounted here and there.
That one appears to have a mini-bowl. I have a KitchenAid (I think) food processor that has a mini-bowl, and it's great when you want to whip up a small batch of hummus from a can of chickpeas or white beans. But I still get a nice large 14-cup capacity for everything else. Having a place to store the accessories is nice, too.
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This is really expensive. I paid $40 for a 10-cup from Hamilton Beach and I've been using it for years for making dough, shredding hard cheeses, veggies, pestos, etc, and never had a problem.

What makes this model, which is almost 4x the cost, worth it?
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