Black and Decker 8-Cup Food Processor #FP1800B Review

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Written by Erin Brogan

 

Are you a hummus connoisseur? Do you enjoy creating thick potato soup from scratch? The Black and Decker 8-Cup Food Processor #FP1800B should be an essential in your kitchen.

 

This product is perfect for chopping up cabbage to toss into a chicken salad using the durable stainless steel slicing and shredding disk.  In the mood for pureed carrot soup? Simply switch out the slicing and shredding disk and replace it with the chopping blade. The Black and Decker 8-Cup Food Processor #FP1800B is powered by a 450-watt motor for a long-lasting performance. The sleek design won’t clutter your counter top.

Black and Decker 8 Cup Food Processor #FP1800B

Black and Decker 8 Cup Food Processor Review.

 

Using an interlocking system, the food processor only turns on when the bowl is clicked into place with the base and the lid properly fits to the bowl for safety and protection. To make life even easier, once the food processor set-up, there are two buttons: On and Off/Pulse. The pulse feature is essential for crunching up crackers for a crust without pulsating them to dust. And if you feel the need to toss in a few more crackers while you are pulsing the others, the food processor is designed with a spout and cap that you can pull off and toss ingredients into the bowl while slicing.

 

If you’ve ever had a powerful kitchen product pick itself up and walk off your counter, you can put yourself at ease knowing the Black and Decker 8-Cup Food Processor #FP1800B is equipped with suction cups for feet to allow it to firmly stick to your counter.  When you’re all done, simply wipe down the base and place all the other pieces of the puzzle into the dishwasher as they are dishwasher safe.  Should your Black and Decker 8-Cup Food Processor decide to conk out on you early, it comes with a 2-year warranty, guaranteeing the products capabilities, all for the low price of around $29.99 online or in stores.

 

While using this product, its main downfall would be the noise.  It would wake up the neighbors through a townhouse wall it is so loud. Its motor works hard to get your food so smooth and finely chopped that it makes quite a ruckus.

 

Overall, the Black and Decker 8 Cup Food Processor #FP1800B is a decent product at a low price for anybody who enjoys spending a little time in the kitchen while using new products and techniques, so my advice is to just throw in a pair of ear plugs when you are at the register.  This efficient product is worth your time and money.

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