Blender vs Food Processor - Differences Fully Explained
A blender is great for blending liquids and substances which contain a lot of liquid.
A food processor is much more versatile and is suitable for dealing with non-liquid, heavier foods. The food processor will chop, julienne, pulverize, mash, split, etc. foods. Your blender, on the other hand, will probably start smoking if you force it to try and do these things.
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Available exclusively at Costco, you can make just about anything with the Classic 57..
Ex Tax: 445.38€
Dependable bar basic
Blend margaritas and other bar drinks quickly and consistently in the depend..
Ex Tax: 184.87€
Multi Toochpad Control Speeds: Stir, P..
Ex Tax: 176.47€
The OmniBlend 1 TM-767 is powerful enough to crush peels, cores and kernels from vegetables and frui..
Ex Tax: 252.10€
The OmniBlend V blender is powerful enough to crush peels, cores and kernels from vegetables and..
Ex Tax: 285.71€
As versatile as it is portable, the Tribest Personal Blender delivers an impressive 200 watt..
Ex Tax: 133.61€
The all-new Chef 775 combines versatility with innovative technology to consistently produce the per..
Ex Tax: 747.90€
The Connoisseur 825 boasts industry-leading power and a wide range of state-of-the-art features desi..
Ex Tax: 1,042.02€