You may think that wielding a knife around while you are preparing your favorite recipe makes you worthy of that kung-fu movie your thought was so cool as a kid, but you can end up doing more damage than you intend, and mostly to yourself. Cooking may not seem like the most manly activity, but it can be with the right tools. Using a food processor can be just as rewarding than trying to relive that Bruce Lee scene. A food processor can end up saving you from a lot of pain from the different cooking chores you may encounter. Your knuckles may be scraped up from dragging them on the ground, but there is no need to do further damage by scraping them on a shredder trying to grate cheese. We are here to save you from yourself and make it crystal clear why you should consider getting one of these small kitchen appliances for your countertop today.
You Are Not An Iron Chef
While we all may think that using a knife is pretty manly, chance are you are not Bobby Flay. If you cook a lot and still have all ten of your fingers then consider yourself lucky. Accidents happen to the best of us, but why take unwanted risks just for the perfect pot pie. God gave us ten fingers for a reason, but that reason was not so that we can afford to lose one trying to dice a green pepper. A food processor, for the most part, can help you keep all of your digits and get the perfect chop on those potato sticks. Cooking is not a kung-fu movie, put down the knife.
Real Cavemen Don’t Cry
It happens to the best of us. We try every way to avoid getting our face over the board while trying to chop onions, but sooner or later you will be sobbing like my Grandmother the first time she saw Titanic. Don’t be like my Grandma. Food processors can make quick work of any type of onion without making you shed a tear. That alone should make you start searching and find one that matches your popcorn machine and mini keg beer dispenser. Finding the best food processor for your kitchen will help you escape the wrath of the onion.
More Time For Beer
Chopping, slicing, dicing, mincing, all that kind of work takes time. I can think of many things I would rather be doing than those chores. Not only does it take time to do all of those things with a knife, it also takes concentration. That is where I draw the line. Sweat I can handle, making me think before I eat, that’s a deal breaker.
And if you are cooking bigger meals for more than just yourself all those jobs can really add up. I would rather drink a beer or watch the game, or tie my shoe, or anything else. Seriously, food processors take like a minute. Pop it in, hit a button, empty it out.
Most of them are dishwasher safe too, so clean up does not waste time either. Win-Win-Drink.
More Power Tools
Using one of these appliances is also a lot of fun and can be a great release. I hate onions, but I can pulverize them if I want to with this machine. With the push of a button, I can destroy, I mean prepare, any vegetable I desire with a powerful motor and sharp blade. It is like having another power tool in your kitchen. I shredded 2lbs of cheese one night just for the hell of it, and I didn’t regret it. You never know when you might have a shredded cheese emergency.
We Like To Collect
Be a true hunter gatherer. Worst case scenario is that you never use it and it just sits in the cabinet with the other small appliances that you never use. At least your collection will grow. If you are going to have one, then go big or go home. Save the box however, because it will have more value when you have that garage sale that you have been meaning to throw. Chances are you will get some use out of it, but it is always prudent to have a backup plan.
As you can see, there are several legitimate reasons why you should buy a food processor and there are plenty of quality options to choose from. There is really no good reason any self respecting caveman should not arm himself with another kitchen toy that is both useful while at the same time being capable of doing serious damage to food.