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Old 23 Oct 20, 12:53 PM  
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Recommend me a good food blender/processor

My old blender has a cracked spout, although still useable needs replacing now.

I want it mainly for making sauces, blending soups etc. Maybe a chopping option could be good.

I want it to be easy to clean if possible. I've looked at the Ninja one online so far , any other recommendations welcome.
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Old 23 Oct 20, 01:22 PM  
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For convenience I don't think you can beat(!) a hand blender with a removable end. I think ours is a Russel Hobbs, cheap as chips.

I also use a Bullet blender for finer work.

Both take up very little space, I've got a full sized blender/processor but it's under the stairs as it takes up too much room and is messy to clean.
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I have the Kenwood food processor with lots of extra accessories. The newer version is on sale in Costco. Easy enough to clean. It has a blender and coffee grinder amongst other bits.
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We have a Ninja one and really like it. Goes through the dishwasher usually.
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I agree that both the Ninja and just a handheld stick blender are both good options.
I use the stick blender (which is currently a cheapo Tesco 4.99 one) for most things. Total bargain. The ninja is useful for pastes, icy smoothies or anything less liquidy
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Old 23 Oct 20, 02:22 PM  
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Can i ask is this the Ninja one you have ninjakitchen/product/n...0uk-zidBN800UK
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Can i ask is this the Ninja one you have ninjakitchen/product/n...0uk-zidBN800UK
I just have the Nutri Ninja rather than a processor kit. I stuffed my processor in the loft years ago because it was massive and had a gazillion attachments
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I have a magimix for food processing, and a handheld stick blender for soups and sauces.
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Can i ask is this the Ninja one you have ninjakitchen/product/n...0uk-zidBN800UK
Yes that's the one. I think we got it cheaper than that though in a John Lewis sale. We use it for all sorts and its very efficient.
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