John Lewis Food processor review
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- Food processor
This John Lewis own-brand food processor is fairly cheap, but it comes with a decent range of tools for emulsifying dressings such as mayonnaise and vinaigrette, mixing cake batter and kneading bread. It also has the standard chopping, grating and slicing functions you'd expect. Read our full review to find out whether you can rely on this John Lewis food processor to help you get dinner on the table quickly.
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- What is it?
- What's it great at?
- Is there anything I should watch out for?
- Is there anything else I should know?
- Should I buy it?
- Height41 cm
- Width28 cm
- Depth23 cm
- Additional infoWe introduced new food processor tests in 2018. This model has been tested to the new test programme, so will not be directly comparable to those tested before this date.
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