A great machine that will do any food processing job you need with ease.
25 September 2011
Summary: This is a wonderful machine. I have used it already a bunch for fall canning. It quickly chops and processes tomatoes, peppers whatever you like. It was an invaluable time-saver for making salsa. Great for spaghetti sauce, too. The mini bowl is great for chopping peppers, onions, and garlic to just the right dimensions. I bought this processor because my son lent me his cuisinart. It was ok but he also had a kitchenaid and they said it was heavier duty.
Summary: It would be nice to have a recipe book included. The instructions for use are adequate but no directions for pie crusts,etc. It has enough power to handle any project. The three sizes of bowls is a great asset. It is so quick and easy to prepare veggies and clean-up is a snap.
Pros: Dishwasher Safe, Durable, Easy To Use, Handles Tough Jobs, Powerful Motor
Cons: Needs a julienne blade, No french fry cutter
Summary: I performed a lot of research before purchasing this food processor. Compared with similar machines on the market, this food processor provides higher power output, more options in terms of accessories, and better overall quality. I am very pleased with our purchase, and it is a permanent fixture on our counter top.
Pros: Easy To Use, Handles Tough Jobs, Powerful Motor
Summary: Amazon Verified Purchase ( What's this? ) This machine is a great buy. The ability to chop all types of vegetables is a huge time saver. The grating function with the three blades that come with it is very decent however there are the occasional food product such as cheese) that they don't work well on. It does take up a little bit of space on the counter or in the cabinet.
Summary: I bought the Kitchenaid FKP750 12 cup processor as a factory refurbished item. The machine arrived in the original packaging, clearly marked as a factory refurb. I unpacked it and found no damage, cosmetic or otherwise, and would not have been able to tell that it was not a completely new product. I used the large bowl with a number of blades and it functioned perfectly in every case. I decieded to make some hummus in the small bowl, and ran into an issue.
Kitchenaid lives up to its reputation for a well-made processor
N. Aguilera, Amazon
17 October 2009
Summary: I have never owned a processor before, and decided to do so because I want to make healthy meals quickly. I work full time, and have 2 young children. I truly love the ease of this machine KitchenAid KFPW760WH 700-Watt 12-Cup Food Processor, White , and it does almost all I hoped for: I make fresh, healthy meals in less than half the time I used to. I ordered 2 cook books to go with it, and am glad I did - The Food Processor Bible , and 125 Best Food Processor Recipes .
Summary: I am a serious home cook and have owned several food processors over the past 20 years. Until yesterday evening, I have never had a food processor shred its own lid, which this one did while slicing potatoes. I used it under normal operations (didn't over-stuff the wide feeding tube and had the blade on correctly). After slicing about 4 potatoes (one at a time), I heard a strange thump while slicing.