o GE food processor -occasional use
o Rowenta Toaster - occasional use
o Imperia pasta roller, no silly motor attachment (pumpkin ravioli)
o Zojirushi rice cooker - not used so often these days as I'm trying to eat less starch and more raw
o K-Tec überblender - frequent use for smoothies and salad dressing, the carafe is more friendly than Vita-Mix's
o OXO mandoline - I mostly use this for thin slicing when making raw veggie chips. For daily slicing I usually use my Kyocera ceramic knives, which are a lot faster to clean.
o Used to have a breadmaker, gave it to my sister
o Spiral slicer, some brand from Japan that discountjuicers.com had on clearance. The insert broke almost immediately which I was less than pleased about. I use this for making raw "spaghetti" from zucchini and confetti carrots/beets to make salads more interesting
o Marble mortar/pestle - grind dried spices to wake them up a bit, including black pepper when my mill is being pissy
o Pizzelle iron - haven't used this in quite a while, as my last attempt to veganize the recipe took three hours to clean up.
o Excalibur dehydrator
o Used to have a cute Braun hand/immersion mixer but got rid of it as I never had a use for it.
o No coffee device as I don't care for the stuff
o Some sort of grinder for flax seed, though the K-Tec probably would work just fine
o A juicer to squeeze ginger and galangal. Wouldn't get used very often. I thought I was getting good deal on a Champion but the seller didn't come through.
o The best kitchen companion though would be a vegan woman to share it all with.