– Today we'' re screening food cpus. Simply so we'' re constant on all degrees, these are the 16-cup cpus. I'' m a company believer in the Cuisinart when it
Fairly straightforward to use. I haven'' t seen a. KitchenAid food processor.It looks quite daunting however I feel like it may be costly because of all the different.
I ' ve never made use of a Breville food processor. I'' m curious to see why.
these are double the cost. So beginning with our first examination, we will be shredding some carrots. Beginning with the Cuisinart, they suggest cutting the.
carrot to the size of the chute.
( food mill grinding) Carrots are obtaining stuck. These carrots are a little small so what'' s taking place is'it
' s. getting stuck on the leading and also not shredding completely. See. That draws. I was placing my cash on this one yet it just shredded fifty percent of my carrots. Currently the Breville. (mixer grinding) This seems to be doing a far better job. You know what it is? The feed is a little smaller,.
It has more control. There we go. A lot extra even. Better with this one. I guess there is a distinction. Currently for the KitchenAid. See to it your setting gets on low.Do the very same thing. It'' s great because it has various feeds so if you have a slim thing there'' s a smaller sized feed, and then you can take this out.
, if you desire a bigger thing.. However I assume that'' s actually crucial to ensure that the carrot doesn'' t lay level. This resembled kinda puzzling to do. Okay, got it. Results. I'' m shocked, yet again. I'' m disappointed,. actually, in the Cuisinart. Just how could you do this to me? The shreds were all incorrect. Really unequal. So much waste of product. Breville, great job the shreds are actually even as well as truly very little waste. Exact same with the KitchenAid. The shreds are really great.
and also even, not much waste. I would say though the Breville shreds look a bit much better.
For this test, the Breville victories. We'' re simply gon na go with.
thickness of your veggie. With the Cuisinart and the Breville you change the density.
on the blade itself. The KitchenAid you readjust.
the density on the maker. We'' re gon na try to match the thickness of the KitchenAid blade, which appears like around 1/4 of an inch. Doesn'' t need to be best. Looks good. There we go. All right, beginning with the Cuisinart, the guidebook recommends.
that you cut off completion simply so it'' s great and also even, and after that you simply turn it on. So there'' s a security function. You can'' t really feed. the potato without this so we'' re gon na simply suffice in half, so it fits. (mixer grinding) All right, going on. (food mill grinding) There we go. Okay, that was truly quickly. This point is so annoying.Moving on to our KitchenAid. This is a whole lot simpler to assemble.( mixer grinding) There ' s like a little. tiny piece on the top yet that ' s okay. Okay, outcomes. I ' m dissatisfied with. the Cuisinart, yet again.
You can inform there ' s a whole lot even more scraps. Less waste, pretty even item, and also the Breville, close 2nd. We ' re using the regular food.
We ' re just gon na shatter some almonds. We will certainly do each one for 30 seconds and also see which one does the finest task. What I saw was that.
So we ' ll filter some just. to see exactly how great this got.
( positive songs) (food mill grinding) Oh wow. Scared me. Looks great. Consistent. Wow. Okay, a lot of it, I indicate.
a great deal of it went via. A lot more even. Now for our KitchenAid.We ' re doing this on low'because. that ' s what the handbook says. Almonds in. (food mill grinding) Time. All right, this looks far better. Outcomes. The Cuisinart, you can see the fine side. It exercised pretty well but the rugged side, I'' d. say it ' s very inconsistent and also there was a great deal much more rugged than penalty. The Breville I would certainly claim was much more constant all around.Nice and also
, yet also the course side is even too, so I like that. And after that the Kitchenaid was.
extremely similar to Cuisinart where the fine powder.
certainly looks good, yet the rugged side,.
For our last examination we'' re. You don'' t wan na overmix it.You want it to be flaky
,. It'' s flaky, it'' s crumbly, it ' s what we want in a pie dough.
much like clumped with each other and didn'' t actually develop the very best product. Final thoughts you men, last thoughts. For shredding, Breville.
was a clear winning. For cutting, Breville.
and KitchenAid was even. For blending, Breville was the victor. And also for blending, Cuisinart.
and also Breville was a tie. So the objectives of these tests were to develop an also playing area for all 3 products. The Breville as well as the KitchenAid come with more add-ons.
Love the Breville. The product is wonderful, extremely.
constant all over. I think the KitchenAid is.
a little too costly for what it does, and also the Cuisinart kind of dropped short in consistency. (positive songs).
I ' ve never ever utilized a Breville food processor.( food processor grinding) There ' s like a little. We ' re using the normal food. It worked out pretty well but the rugged side, I'' d. say it ' s really irregular and there was a lot a lot more crude than penalty. It'' s flaky, it'' s crumbly, it ' s what we desire in a pie dough.