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Old 08-28-2011, 01:21 PM
 
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Magic Bullet Food Processor

Rating: 3 out of 5
  • Currently 3.0/5.0

I purchased the Magic Bullet Food Processor within the past year. It is marketed as a compact, easy to use and easy to clean food processor at a very reasonable price. The price, actually, is as much or a little more than most of the food processors I have owned in the past. For the most part, though, that has been an accurate evaluation. The Magic Bullet has been rather easy to use, though it was necessary to learn quickly that it is essential to pulse the top as directed rather than hold the top down. If done incorrectly, it is very easy to liquefy the product and / or burn out the motor. I use the Magic Bullet occasionally for chopping vegetables or fruit and for making smoothies. It has worked well for both of those tasks. The Magic Bullet has also been quite useful in making tuna salad and egg salad, the tuna salad especially. Occassionally with the eggs, they will get stuck near the top of the container shell and won't work their way down as the rest of the egg is chopped. That has actually been something that has happened with other food processors I have owned as well, though. It is convenient to be able to store the food in the same container it was mixed in, and the machine has been very easy to clean. It also came with a more than adequate supply of containers and lids so you can continue to use the machined while using the containers for refrigerator storage. Like all processors, though, the blade is extremely exposed and can be dangerous in the dish water. It is also a little more loud to operate than a traditional food processor, though certainly no louder than a standard blender. Overall, I am pleased with the Magic Bullet.

Review by professional reviewer, Aug. 25, 2011
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