If you’re chopping with a knife, you might only need one pulse

Breville Sous Chef 12 vs 16 Most food processors are easy to clean with warm soapy water. If you’re going to use it for more than one thing, wash it and the blades first. I used to work for Cuisinart and do demos. Most of the time, all I had to do was clean up and move on. When you are done with the recipe, wash it gently in warm, soapy water. I’ve never been able to understand why people think this is hard. It’s like washing kitchen knives or utensils, cutting boards, or a pot. Yes, you should use soap and water if you are handling raw meat or something similar. Many tasks, like slicing, grating, and cutting vegetables, only require a quick rinse and use. Breville Sous Chef 12 vs 16
I got a simple “plus” for the differences. It is NOT a 16-cup processor; the “Plus” is like the 12-cup processor (that is a different model entirely). The “Plus” comes with a small bowl for processing and an S-shaped blade with serrations. The “Plus” package also comes with a place to store the blades.

There are two different sizes of the shredder disc. I used a little bit of grated parmesan or romano cheese, and it turned out as light and fluffy as you’d expect. The bigger shredder is about the same size as a box shredder. The basic slicing disc can be made just right by changing how thick it is. One of the two “string” discs is a little julienne, and the other makes French fries with pieces about the size of McDonald’s. If Breville didn’t have a larger fry blade, you’d have to use something else. If you’re chopping with a knife, you might only need one pulse. Even though I haven’t done it much, I can tell you that you shouldn’t pulse too much. If I wanted chopped celery, I would slice the stalks from end to end, choose the thickness of the slices, and then slice. But the machine also stops very quickly. On Breville’s website, there are a few good videos, and there are a few good ones on YouTube as well. The machine or motor moves very quickly, so it needs to be adjusted. It seems like making fries or slicing a potato takes less than a second. I haven’t made any money in mine yet. One of my favourite things about it is how big the tube is. You can put in a big potato without chopping it first and a lot of mushrooms to quickly cut them up. Even though the base isn’t very light, it keeps the machine from moving around on the counter. Some people have said that turning the bowl and then the top to lock them is too “tight.” That sounds good to me. It gives you a lot of peace of mind that everything is in place, and after a while of use, it should loosen up a bit. Before putting the machine away, just make sure the bowl or lid isn’t locked! There’s a lot of stress going on. The only thing that makes no sense to me is the “retractable” cord. I don’t want to try to force it in because it doesn’t look like it will fit. I’m still learning, and I need to practise more. CooksIllustrated said that, except for the price, they love the Breville and everything it can do. It’s a big and heavy piece of cooking gear. And the tool holder is the cherry on top.

The Micro-serrated S-Blade swiftly and reliably chops, mixes, and processes a wide range of ingredients. It has 24 settings that let you cut it into anything from paper-thin 0.3mm slices to big, thick 8.0mm slices. A small 1000-watt induction motor has a lot of power and can be used in many different ways. Several chute options are available: The extra-wide feed funnel makes it possible to cut longer slices and work faster. The small feed tube keeps long, thin pieces, like carrots, from falling over while cutting.
The 5.5-inch feed tube is so wide that most fruits and vegetables don’t need to be cut first. It comes with 5 discs that can be used for different things and 3 blades. Several chute choices are available. The carrots don’t fall over because there are three sizes of feed chutes: a 5′′ big feed chute, a 2′′ mid feed chute, and a 12′′ micro feed funnel. The accessory storage box can be put away horizontally or vertically, depending on how much stuff it can hold. The plastic Spatula Blade System has blades made of stainless steel. The S-Blade can chop, mix, and process a wide range of ingredients quickly and in the same way every time in just a few seconds.

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