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Cuisinart® Elite Die-Cast 12-Cup Food Processor

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SpecialValueBuy The best food processor we’ve tested—remarkable new design makes it easier than ever to chop, slice, blend, shred and knead.

Landmark innovations include locking lid with rubber seal for splatter-free liquid processing, two nesting bowls with spouts and locking blades that won’t slip when pouring. Ten-year motor warranty, 3-year limited warranty. All parts dishwasher safe; wipe base clean. 12-cup capacity.
  • Manufacturer: Cuisinart
  • Model:FP-12DC
  • Care: All parts dishwasher safe, wipe base clean
  • Warranty: 10-year warranty on motor
  • Made in China
  • The best food processor we’ve tried.
  • Easier than ever to chop, slice, blend, shred and knead.
  • Locking lid with rubber seal for splatter-free liquid processing.
  • Two nesting bowls with spouts.
  • Adjustable blades that lock and won’t slip when pouring.
4.2 / 5.0
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Powerful food processor
This food processor was given to me as a gift. It's very large and quite heavy but extremely powerful. I don't frequently use it because of its size and weight, but when I do, it's very fast and quiet. Once I used it to slice apples so I could bake apple chips, and it sliced through that apple like it was nothing! The blades that come with the product are very sharp (so be careful). If you need to chop large amounts of ingredients, this will certainly speed the process up
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April 16, 2011
I'm in love!
Why didn't I get one of these sooner! I just picked this up for holiday food prep help, and I love it. From celery, onions and apples to pie crust dough, this is making my life significantly easier. This version is much easier to use then previous versions. The two bowl sizes is really nice, and the sealing lid couldn't be easier...literally just align it and press down. Done! A must have in any cook's kitchen
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November 20, 2011
very difficult to use and clean
I had an original Cuisinart for over 30 years, and loved it. When the base finally started to crack,but was still usable, I gave it to my daughter and bought this new model. It's annoying to have to plan exactly which bowl to use when, as the larger ones have to be in place to use the smaller ones. So if you goof, you can't use it without washing the bowl. Food splatters on the lower clean bowls, and also outside the machine. The top catches things like garlic, and it's hard to dislodge. It's also hard to clean. It's hard to scrape everything out of the bowl. Overall, I hardly use it, as it isn't worth the work. When my daughter got a new ""old-style"" Cuisinart for a wedding gift, I thanked her for returning mine, and will use it til it crumbles
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August 6, 2013
Love this machine
While I can't say that others are incorrect about how easy this machine is to clean, but I have yet use a food processor that qualifies as easy to clean. The rubber gasket on the lid I find an improvement over other turn to lock designs, fewer places for food to get stuck making cleaning more difficult. It could have a better fit as the occasional bits get stuck between the gasket and the lid that require a toothpick to clean out.
The nested 4 cup bowl adds the function of a mini chopper without owning and storing another machine, blades are included that fit the smaller bowl.
Motor has performed well through slicing, chopping, making dough and homemade but butters
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October 21, 2013

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