Cooking: Cheap Food Processor

I learned that doing prep-work over weekends is very efficient for busy weekday cooking. A cheap food chopper (recommend Brieftons QuickPull Food Chopper in the picture below instead of expensive food processors) is very helpful for cutting vegetables into small pieces. I cut onions into small pieces and don’t need to cry anymore.

  1. Cut vegetables into big pieces first
  2. Place the big pieces of vegetables inside the chopper
  3. close the lid
  4. Pull the string a few times – The more times you pull, the smaller pieces they will be.
  5. Get small pieces out of the chopper and ready for cooking or store them in the ziplog 🙂

One cabinet is a little difficult to clean the blades, but recommend to soak them in water and dry them.

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