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This FGM combo includes both the FGM Food Processor for KitchenAid mixers (with three standard drums), and the drum extender set. The drums interchange in seconds and cleanup is a breeze! See our FGM Food Processor Attachment and FGM Extender Drum Set pages for full descriptions of each product.This combo includes the following food processor/slicer shredder drums:
Slicing Drum - Slices cabbage for cole slaw or kraut. Cuts even slices for dehydrating foods. Slices cucumber, carrots and onions for salads and potatoes for fried chips, scalloped potatoes.
Coarse Drum - Julienne vegetables for soups, stews, cheese for tacos, salads, toppings, hard fruits such as apples and pears
Fine Grating Drum - Finely grates hard cheese, soft cheese, nuts, hard vegetables such as carrots, and hard fruit such as apples.
Extra Fine Drum - For the finest grind for nuts, cheese, baby foods, chocolate, bread crumbs, almond pie crust, cookie and cake recipes. Excellent for people who are gluten-intolerant. This drum will also grind sprouted grain for sprout (Essene) bread.
Shredding Drum - For celery and carrots.
Coarse Potato Grating Drum
This combination includes the Food Processor Head for KitchenAid mixers and Drum Extender Set only. Mixer not included.
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We stock this product in our Nebraska warehouse. Most of our shipments are by FedEx Ground or Home Delivery and you should receive your order in four business days or less from ship-out. Click here for more information about shipping.
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