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#1 Old 02-25-2015, 08:17 PM
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What do you scrape your food processor bowl with?

I am upgrading my kitchen utensils to some rather pricey Tovolo silicone ones. I have been using a cheap silicone mini spatula for scraping my food processor bowl, but the blades just cut them up and make them unusable (obviously it's off, but trying to scrape off the food on the blades). I don't want to ruin the new spatulas and spoons. I also want a specific tool to go in the "food processor parts basket" that is super easy to find and obviously "goes with" the food processor. God knows why he would, but if my husband ever wanted to use it, I want something with all the other parts for the food processor and totally separate from the rest of the kitchen utensils so he doesn't ruin one of the "good ones" lol (he once tried using a spoon instead of a tamper with the blender because he didn't know it had one. Interesting to know though the blender does pulverize hard plastic easily). Anyways, anyone have suggestions what a good, durable tool for scraping would be that doesn't get sliced up by the blades so easily yet is still small and flexible?
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#2 Old 09-11-2017, 04:56 AM
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Re: What do you scrape your food processor bowl with?

Bowl Scraping feature of my blender allows users to scrape ingredients that cling to the sides of the bowl so they can continue being chopped, minced, pureed or mixed.
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