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I do. I have that exact one, and I never use it. My husband bought it for me, but I didn't really enjoy it. I find it unhandy and messy in terms of filling/emptying. Plus, when I bake, it's one more thing to wash. I prefer a knife, but if I had OT issues, I think I would use it. If you lived near me, I would have happily given you mine.
I have one that I got through hostess rewards when I had a Pampered Chef party years ago. I have Rheumatoid Arthritis, so I occasionally have difficulty with my hands. I really, really like this tool a lot. Hope it works for you, too.
I have one, but rarely use it. It works fine but a knife works just as well for me (arthritis is mainly in the knees, not so bad in the hands) and is easier to wash.
No, I don't have one of those, but I inherited a Little Oskar processor that I use a lot. (I chopped nuts in it tonight). I don't have a full-size food processor and don't feel the need for one. This little gadget does the trick if I need something finely chopped. I also use it to "grate" cheese--it's more ground than grated, but works fine whenever I need grated/shredded cheese.
We have a similar one. It's handy for small quantities. Comes apart for dishwasher
I have one that I don't use a lot right now. When I first got it I used it all of the time. I am looking for a good deal on a food processor right now. Hope it helps you.
I have had one in the past and my daughter took it, worked great!
I had one, maybe it is still in the back of some cabinet. It was okay. For some reason it didn't work as great as it did when it was demonstrated at a party I attended. Maybe it's operator error!
I have one and use it often!
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