Currently purchasing products that facilitate the day to day is a practically fundamental attitude for most people, especially housewives. Tasks need to be made easier so that time is always better spent.
Household appliances, in general, are of great help in this regard, through various technologies they are able to improve many of the domestic activities.
The multiprocessor is among these appliances, its cost-benefit is excellent.
There are several brands and models on the market, so it is important to make sure that the chosen one will be a quality device that meets your needs.
The multiprocessor, as the name implies, is a device capable of crushing, cutting, slicing, or grinding most foods. Some models even have the option to make juices and beat egg whites.
In general, the multiprocessors have 3 sizes (large, compact, and mini) all have the same system which may vary are the accessories that come with it. The larger models have a capacity of up to 3 liters, while the lesser ones vary between 0.5 to 1.2 liters.
All have a set of locks that allow greater security when using it, with them, the device only works when all parts are properly fitted.
The set of accessories that comes with the multiprocessor varies depending on the manufacturer. The rod knife and discs (stainless steel blades) are the most common, widely used for grinding and slicing certain types of food. The feed tube through which the food is introduced, can have a variable size, be aware of this detail at the time of purchase.
Each accessory has a specific function, just like discs, one can grate finer, another can slice thicker, whisk are ideal for whipped cream and pasta and juicers for juices and purees.
On average, these devices cost between R $ 100.00 and R $ 400.00. It is worth noting that some of the accessory kits can be purchased at specialized stores.