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Kenwood FP730 Multi Pro - Eat Cheap and Healthily!
Kenwood FP730 Multi Pro
Author Name: daisylee3
Kenwood FP730 Multi Pro
Date: 29/04/11, updated on 30/04/11 (46 review reads)
Advantages: So many features for the price!
I'm trying to eat healthily and cook from scratch, and bought this in the hope of bein able to make quick, easy soups, smoothies, etc.
I got mine for £80 including delivery and was very pleased with it from day 1. It's large but still manages to look neat and fits in well with my kitchen.
The food processor has lots of different features to it, including:
Thick Slice/Shred Disk
Fine Slice/Shred Disk
Included with the processor is an instruction manual which includes plenty of information in setting it up and explaining the many different features, including picture diagrams, tips,etc.
The 3 litre bowl included is a nice extra, it's handy to chop onion or blend things in etc in and is easy to wash up aswell as the other parts of the machine, as they're all dishwasher safe.
I mainly use the machine as a liquidiser and blender. For example if making a smoothie i'll chop, then blend the fruit and then liquidise it. The process of this is extremely quick and the noise is minimal, making it easy to make a nice smoothie for breakfast without giving you a nasty headache. I'm able to make upto 1.5 litres of smoothie at a time so it's ideal for bulk making drinks/food.
The blender is good because it doesn't reduce food to mush. It leaves chunky (but not too much so) bits of food, so it's still chewable and not the consistency of baby food! If making soup i usually liquidise afterwards unless i fancy a more chunky soup.
I've definetly bein eating alot healthier since i got this as i actually enjoy using it. It's also good for cutting back on money, i can fill 3 or 4 containes full of homemade soup and have it last for a week or so. Making homemade homous cuts back on alot of money too, as a small pot in most supermarkets will set you back upto £2 - this can make piles of the stuff and all you need is the basic ingredients which will come to around the 80p mark!!
I must admit the amount of attatchments at first was overwhelming but i now use each and every one on a regular basis. The dough tool and whisk are both great when making cakes and pancakes etc and make it so much quicker and relaxing rather than stirring it for 20mins with a spoon!
Overall this processor saves me time, money and effort. It's easy to come in from Uni, fill it full of veg and blend, then liquidise and warm it up in a matter of minutes and it's a filling, quick dinner.
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