Food processors can be used for a variety of preparation tasks to expedite back of the house production.
The majority of commercial kitchens utilize food processors to perform numerous tasks, including chopping, dicing, grinding, slicing, shredding, grating, whipping, pureeing and emulsifying.
The most common application for bowl cutters tends to be pureeing or emulsifying, while continuous-feed and combination units typically cut, dice and the like.
Along with common tasks, such as slicing tomatoes, cucumbers, celery and carrots for salad bars or shredding cheese and slicing pepperoni for pizza operations, food processors can prepare potato chips, pate, spreads, sauces and nuts.
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