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What is the difference between Food Processor and Blender?

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H. Barnes

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H. Barnes
H. Barnes, Unemployed, Barnes, Atlanta

Answered Aug 22, 2019

Food is a substance everyone needs for survival, and not just any foods but we'll cooked food. A well prepared and delicious food is inevitable so as to meet up with the taste of man that may be insatiable though. The cooking processes involve boiling frying, smoking, grilling, and some others, but whereby processes like slicing, blending, grating, shredding, and chopping cannot be left out. Blender and food processor are kitchen appliances that are used in cooking processes.

Food is a substance everyone needs for survival, and not just any foods but we'll cooked food.
They perform the same functions, but one actually gives more functions than the other. Blending is used in mixing and pureeing food substances such as pepper, cowpea, and fruit juice, but the food processor performs more functions than blender does. It can perform operations such as slicing, grating, chopping, and shredding. Blender needs more water to blend substances, unlike food processor, which needs little or no water. The food processor has several blades, but blender has just a fixed blade with which it works.

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