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Healthier Eating With a Food Processor

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With the rise in availability of organic foods and increased
statistics of obesity many people are turning to healthier options for
their meals. But trying to be healthier can be daunting if it means
more time preparing meals, higher grocery bills and unhappy diners.Choosing
healthier food doesn't mean you have to work more and spend more. With
a food processor, you can quickly add healthier ingredients to your
meals. Do Food Processors Really Work?Yes.
And, they aren't the huge monster appliances they were 40 years ago. I
live in a small house where appliances only stay if they are
functional, useful and small. My food processor is great because it is
only eight inches tall by four inches wide. That's smaller than my
toaster. And, it's a better machine than many of my appliances because
it's quick, it's easy to clean and it speeds up my preparation time.Can't
I just Use a Blender?Technically, yes. But, you
wouldn't be able to process the foods as quickly and it would probably
be much harder to clean. With a small food processor, you can even
grind coffee and clean it without any residue remaining. My blender
couldn't do that.How Do You Use a Food Processor To Make
Healthier Meals?There are a wide variety of cookbooks
available with recipes that call for adding purees. This is one of the
simplest ways to start. By adding a squash puree to your spaghetti
sauce (yes, even the canned ones), you increase your vegetables by at
least a serving without tasting it. By increasing your vegetables, you
are also increasing your fiber. Purees can be added to a variety of
foods as a way to increase your daily vegetable intake without actually
having to eat mounds of vegetables. Beyond adding purees, with a
food processor you can make your own salsas, dips, icings and other
foods with fresh natural ingredients. This allows you to bypass the
preservatives and extra sugars added to many processed foods to increase
their shelf lives. The food processor is also great for chopping
onions, grating cheese or helping you quickly get your ingredients ready
for your recipes. And, with the easy clean up, you won't spend hours
scrubbing small parts. If you have small children just starting to eat
solid foods, the food processor is a wonderful tool for making your own
baby food. And, if you make an extra batch of pureed squash or carrots,
you can add it to your own meal. The food processor is small
enough to fit in your kitchen and hard working enough that you will want
to use it all the time. It is made so that you can put it in the
dishwasher at night and pull it out in the morning to make your own
huevos rancheros with fresh homemade salsa. Eating healthy was never so
much fun!





Now you can start eating more healthful meals with the help of
the Cuisinart
Mini-Prep. This compact food-processor can grind and puree with the
best of them. It's affordable, too.Which is better for you? The
Cuisinart Mini-Prep or The Cuisinart Duet? Find out
now!
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