■Create delicious “leftover” soups or
salads with the processor. Use up that
last carrot or a couple of green onions.
■Soft and medium-hard cheeses may
spread out or roll up on the shredding
disc. To avoid this, shred only well-
■When shredded or sliced food piles
up on one side of bowl, stop the
processor and redistribute food, using
■When food quantity reaches rim of
work bowl, remove it. Then continue
■A few larger pieces of food may
remain on top of disc after slicing or
shredding. If desired, cut these by
hand and add to mixture.
■To remove mixtures from work bowl,
use two or three fingers to steady the
post in bowl center; position thumb
on outer edge of bowl. This allows
you to tip the bowl and scrape with
the opposite hand.
■Your food processor is not designed
to perform the following functions:
• Grind coffee beans, grains, or hard
• Grind bones or other inedible parts
• Liquefy raw fruits or vegetables.
• Slice hard-cooked eggs or unchilled
■If any plastic parts should discolor
due to the types of food processed,
simply clean with a light bleach
solution, following directions on the