food processor for bread crumb?

RMNDIL

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My decades old Kenwood still works (as does the coffee grinder). But then, so does my cheap Tesco own brand job.
 

Jonathan Sutcliffe-Bland

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Once the oven has been switched off after tea place a separated sliced loaf inside the oven to dry overnight. Same can be done with biscuits and cake, Madeira cake is excellent. Blitz into a fine crumb. On the bank dampen with a plant spray bottle. Mashed bread for float fishing on the river? Rip up an uncut loaf into your keepnet and the net will slowly feed your peg ?
 

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I have a Moulinex, got it from car boot sale for a tenner and it even came with a grinder upperer and a couple of more thingy's that I haven't a clue what they're for. Works a treat though for bread or grinding down pellet for paste.
 

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I use a Kenwood for basic crust on liquidised bread (4 slices with crusts on 2 minutes). For winter Roach fishing I use a James Martin Wahl coffee grinder (1 slice with crusts off 1 minute).
I had a James Martin for years, until it burn't out. The next lasted about three years, then stopped. The latest Ebay offering lasted ten minutes, then ran slow. They replaced it just in time. It is still working. I only give them a quick burst of a few seconds, giving it a shake. Warburtons give them a hard time, too doughy.
 

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Ron Clay recommended one ( remember Ron ? ) about 6 years ago called a Duronic, it has been fabulous , I think it has a high wattage motor.
Highly Reccomended.
 

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Some feedback.

I ended up buying a second hand Magimix from eBay.. yes it was more expensive than a supermarket cheapy, but wanted reliability, nothing worse than having one give out on a Saturday evening. Single speed powerful motor, less to go wrong and well reviewed. Used twice so far, does all I want.
 

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Killed the food processor that I use for making white crumb, think I used it 4 times since I bought it in January. Just taken it back and got a refund (Argos located in Sainsburys has an advantage).

I can suggest not to buy the 'cookworks' branded one based on my experience.

My fishing mate swears by a Tescos home brand one, which unfortunately has now been discontinued.

Any suggestions on one that lasts the grade?
I got a Tesco one 4 years ago and use it a lot still good as new
 
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