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Best Buy has KitchenAid Pasta Cutter & Fresh Prep Attachment Bundle (White/Metal) on sale for $99.99. Shipping is free, or you may select in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks 8guaing

Includes
  • Fresh Prep Slicer/Shredder Attachment
    • 3mm Slicing Blade
    • 4mm Medium Shredding Blae
    • 6mm Coarse Shredding Blade
  • 3-Piece Pasta Roller and Cutter Set
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Same deal like last year.

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Features
Compatible with all household KitchenAid stand mixers
The bundle allows you to transform your stand mixer into a versatile kitchen appliance that can help you tackle even more culinary tasks.

Fresh prep slicer/shredder attachment
3mm slicing blade for cucumbers, carrots and other; 4mm medium shredding blade for cheeses and firm vegetables; 6mm coarse shredding blade for shredding cabbages, potatoes and more.

Three-piece pasta roller and cutter set
You can run rolled sheets of pasta through the fettuccine cutter or spaghetti cutter.

Attachments go into power hub on your stand mixer
Use the power of the motor to operate.



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It says metal in the title. Confused
Was referring to a different item mentioned in a previous comment
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I've been looking for a good deal on the metal food grinder. Anyone know if this constitutes a Slickdeal?
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/kitc...Id=6300434
My personal preference only (attachment saves a lot more space), but I got a standalone food grinder for about the same price.
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Will this chop a head of lettuce to make a salad? Unless another tool is recommended, just to chop up salad.
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Will this chop a head of lettuce to make a salad? Unless another tool is recommended, just to chop up salad.
Like a cobb salad? A few cuts with a knife should be quick and good enough.
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Mmm, maybe I am just ignorant in the subject but I don't see me ever needing this attachment. It's $100 dollars, the price of pasta is about $1 per pound. I will have to buy about 100 pounds of pasta before I break even.
And even then I probably spent about $5 in ingredients to make a couple of pounds of pasta.
I guess some gourmet home made pasta lover might have some use for it.
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Picked it up on the way home from work.

First time making pasta from scratch. The 3 year old absolutely loved making it and then eating it. The 10 month old downed a few as well!

Tip: Make them thinner than you think they should be. They expand when cooking.
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Mmm, maybe I am just ignorant in the subject but I don't see me ever needing this attachment. It's $100 dollars, the price of pasta is about $1 per pound. I will have to buy about 100 pounds of pasta before I break even.
And even then I probably spent about $5 in ingredients to make a couple of pounds of pasta.
I guess some gourmet home made pasta lover might have some use for it.
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Right, no one ever made homemade pasta to save money. It's about having better pasta.

But the pasta roller isn't just for pasta. It's not super versatile, but it isn't a unitasker, either. You can use it to roll out fondant or other doughs.
Agreed. This is more about KNOWING WHATS IN your pasta. and being able to make your own pasta with the finest ingredients that you are willing to pay for. It looks like a lot of people that make their own pasta seem to really like this.
Also.... people who want to have GLUTEN-FREE pasta can use this as well. It would make more sense as GF pasta usually costs about $2.50 for 12oz as oppossed to normal pasta which can easily be had for $1 per pound (16oz)

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Looks like a great deal. I purchased the pasta attachment alone for $99 a few years back.
Agreed. This is a good price for just the pasta cutters/rollers. I consider the bundle a bonus. I rarely see the pasta set at this price. I'm not saying its never there, but only goes to $99 once in a while. Definitely in for one. Thanks OP!! Repping
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Picked it up on the way home from work.

First time making pasta from scratch. The 3 year old absolutely loved making it and then eating it. The 10 month old downed a few as well!

Tip: Make them thinner than you think they should be. They expand when cooking.
this is exactly why i'm debating on getting this or getting the manual type instead. my kiddos went to a bday party last weekend where they made pasta using the manual pasta machine. lotsa fun for them. i have the KA prof 700.. it's heavy as hell so i'm waiting for the manual version instead.
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Additional 5% ($5) off using a Chase Freedom card paying with Paypal.
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this is exactly why i'm debating on getting this or getting the manual type instead. my kiddos went to a bday party last weekend where they made pasta using the manual pasta machine. lotsa fun for them. i have the KA prof 700.. it's heavy as hell so i'm waiting for the manual version instead.
I have a manual. It works, but from the first time I used it I wished I'd bought this. Waited a couple years for a decent price (missed this last bf), got in this time.
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I've been looking for a good deal on the metal food grinder. Anyone know if this constitutes a Slickdeal?
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/kitc...Id=6300434
Better prices on Amazon.
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Look at the "most helpful" reviews, they're pretty bad. Lots of 1 and 2 stars of it just failing catastrophically
I know your comment won't be "most helpful" in this thread.
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EllieDox·March 17, 2018

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Slicer bent first use

Grater worked perfect for cheese, but slicer bent while cutting...zucchini! You can see the bent metal. Very poor quality that it would bend on its first use and on a fairly soft vegetable can't imagine this would slice anything harder like carrots without further damage.... See more

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nellierosie·August 18, 2018

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Not sharp enough for onions, cabbage, peppers. Woefully inadequate.

Couldn't shred raw vegetables like a cabbage, tomatoes, onions or peppers! It was brand new out of the box. Really disappointed. It's like the blades were never sharpened at the factory. Maybe KitchenAid should own up to the problems with the inadequacy of this attachment... See more

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Button Watkins·October 7, 2017

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Unless you like to hand wash dishes, use your food processor instead.

Well made but disappointing to use. The large grater works very well. If the grating drums were vertical this would be a better product. The small grater drum fills with shreds and you have to stop and scoop out the cheese every time it fills. The slicer makes about 2 mm... See more

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LCH·August 25, 2018

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Some things are better done by hand than by machine!

I love all the accessories we have purchased for our KitchenAid stand mixer except this one. It simply doesn't work as represented. When it arrived, the pusher that fits inside of the feeder tube was firmly jammed inside, requiring a half-hour's effort to free it. My first... See more

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karen evans·October 6, 2017

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Buyer beware

This product was a major disappointment. I have happily used KitchenAid products for years. My old grater attachment broke so I thought I would try this "new and improved model." Grating things like carrots was wonderful, and then when I used it on cheese all of... See more

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Save a Life - Adopt A Pet·September 11, 2018

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Big improvement over the old style design

Love this redesign. So much easier & faster to work with than the old version. Easier to insert & switch blades w/out having to remove the entire attachment from the mixer hub - or shredding your fingers. Having the feed tube on top, and a "pusher" for it,... See more

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Candice Owens·May 7, 2017

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If you have a food processor. Skip This

I brought this item the first day it was available. The very first day, I used it to shred a block of cheese for taco night. The cheese did not shred. I thought maybe I needed to make the block of cheese harder by putting it in the freezer for 10 minutes. That did not... See more
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Could also do this instead of you only want the pasta attachments:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/KitchenAid-3-Piece-Pasta-Roller-Cutter-Attachment-Set-Silver-KSMPRA/383172975563?epid=25005534994&hash=item5936e39bcb:g:CKIAAOSwsXFc8W~9
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