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DOES IT WORK

Does it work: Proctor Silex Food Chopper

(Source: WSFA 12 News) (Source: WSFA 12 News)
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Whether you’re making fresh homemade guacamole or chopping onions for a special sauce, a mini food processor is time-saving and convenient.

We’re testing out Proctor Silex Durable Food Chopper, which is one of the many food processors on the market. But this one is smaller and cheaper than many of its competitors and could prove to be a good bang for your buck if it works as advertised.

To test our food chopper, commonly used ingredients for salsa were picked, including red peppers, green peppers and onions. Following the instructions, each vegetable was cut down to about an inch or two so it could fit properly in the chopper’s bowl.

Once inside the bowl, it was time to mince the vegetables using Food Chopper. After a mere thirty seconds, the vegetables rivaled the image advertised on the box of Food Chopper. Whenever a product produces an end result mirroring its advertisement, we can easily say this product works.

Proctor Silex Food Chopper can be purchased at most major retailers for under sixteen $16.

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