Reviews and Problems with Black & Decker MFP200T
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I enjoy using this
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14 August 2015
Summary: I enjoy using this. It fits on my counter top in a small space unlike my large machine. I use this for emulsifying sauces and making pesto in small batches because a blender or larger food processor is too big.
Summary: I was really surprised to see the reviews on this! I had an early version of this and used it to make all of my children's baby food. I finally burned up the motor on it by forcing food through the dulled blade (I used this ALL the time- that's what dulled the blade).
Summary: This is the latest generation that began with the B & D shortcut, which arguable was one of the worst products every manufactured. While this is an improvement, it begs the question, why does Black and Decker feel they must be in the food business when very clearly they can't design products that...
Summary: I bought this because I'm a traveling student. I love how light it is. The regular rotater blade works great and I was able to make smoothies no problem. The problem comes into play with the shredding/grating attachment because it can ONLY be used with the spout top.
Summary: I bought this Black and Decker MiniPro at a yard sale for $3.00. I had another mini chopper of a differnet brand that had gone out on me and I really needed another one. I was happy to find this one and was excited about the extra attachments. I tested it out on a recipe for a quiche.