Oh, yes, I became kind of obsessed with a tool a couple of weeks ago – a food processor. I had always wanted one of them and the time had come then. So, I started to work out which one I needed.
First I thought I was going to buy an Electrolux one, the price was something like €500, and it would have come with a slicer and a meat grinder, with 5-years extra warranty. So, first I figured that I could use this one, so I should buy one.
And here came my cautious self, the one that always think everything twice. Or five times. (Anyway, that inner me never turns up when the question is “should I drink that last shot? I’m always alone there, with that little glass of whatever…”)
So, I tried to find the best price and the best value for my money – for a tool that I would use – really, how many times would I use it? I’m a beginner, we don’t really eat bread or pasta or cakes – so probably not that often. So the more expensive KitchenAid (the same package would have cost more than €800) was soon to be forgotten rather easily.
Then I turned to Google and started to search for things like “five best food processors” – and in these articles I quite often bumped into the brand Bosch, and more importantly the not so expensive Bosch MUM56Z40. And I realized that for a beginner like me this can be a very good friend in the kitchen – cheap (compared to the others), comes with so many different tools and accessories that it has 51 functions, from cutting, shredding, mixing, blending, slicing, kneading, grinding, etc.
So I thought that if it is recommended by a heavy user like a housewife than it will be good for a not so frequent user like me.
So I bought it! And here it is, and now I’m learning how to use it!