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"Can You Make Muffins with a Magimix?​"... Yes you can!
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"...there is a reason why Magimix’s Vision Toaster is known as the “luxury toaster”. It comes with four quartz tubes to provide eight different levels of baking, with easy to use button controls."
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     The Vision Toaster is #1 among 8 hottest kitchen gadgets​.


"I recommend the Magimix 5200 16-cup food processor by Robot-Coupe .../... It is a worthy investment and will make food prep far more efficient (and enjoyable)!"
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The Most Ingenious Kitchen Gadgets This Month: See-Through Toasters & More...
"The enemy of burnt toast everywhere has arrived. A simple but ingenious concept combines the glass front of a toaster oven with the vertical storage of a traditional toaster so that you can see both sides, ensuring you'll never be scraping charred crusts of your bread again."
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"This food processor is like no other I have ever used- it is a power house.  The first time I used it, I was like whoa .../... It is super fast - normally it would take my old processor 20-25 minutes to process nut butter, the Magimix- 10-15 minutes! 
I absolutely love the three bowl feature - they nest within each other which saves valuable space and time!"
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"As serendipity would have it, this weekend while scanning his list of Essential Kitchen Equipment in, Jamie’s Food Revolution: Rediscover How to Cook Simple, Delicious, Affordable Meals I was delighted to read, “to this day I haven’t found anything more efficient or with better guarantees than Magimix.” As an American home cook unfamiliar with Magimix, this was just the kind of credible reference I was looking for. So thank you, Jamie.​"
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"you simply can’t tell me that’s not THE coolest toaster you’ve ever seen in your entire life. (!!!!)
needless to say, we’ve been eating lots of toasted things in my house lately. so, i thought i would share with you some of my new (and old) favorite ways of eating toast."
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"The Magimix by Robot-Coupe Food Processor is a heavy duty kitchen appliance that will give you a new appreciation for the food processor by making your kitchen prep and your mixing a whole lot easier .​../.. My favorite attachment, hands down, was the egg whisk. This wide, plastic paddle has many holes in it that are designed to whip and aerate things like eggs and whipped cream."
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A recipe for Avocado Toast made with a Vision Toaster: "... Toast a piece of bread (we used our gorgeous, fast, and no more “knife to get the bread out” Magimix toaster) — I <3 my toaster. Seriously.)​"
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"This toaster is one of the sleekest-looking toasters I’ve ever seen, and it is definitely one of the coolest to use. It is the only toaster with clear sides that allow you to monitor your toast while it is toasting. This gives you complete control over how toasted your bread gets, since you can adjust as you go."​
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"I was pretty impressed, merely by the fact, that these food processors that were once commercial grade, are now conveniently available for home use. I love that I can use a professional piece, that true culinary cooks use in their kitchens."​
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"Science in front of your eyes! No one can dispute how cool this is. Also, I love that the edges of the bread toast so well. I feel like every other toaster only toasts the center of the bread which is great and all but when you had bread toasted evenly all-around​."
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"It slices, it dices, it minces, it purees, the Robot Coupe was the first and remains the nec plus ultra of food processors. The home version, known as the Magimix, is still handmade in France,​"
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"Bread has no privacy at all through the glass sides of Magimix's toaster."
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    Gear Guide - Kitchen: "The Super Food Processor"



"The Magimix by Robot-Coupe food processor is one of the most important tools in my kitchen. I use it all the time for so many different tasks. Jobs like kneading bread, grating cheese, whipping cream and mixing up some curry paste can all be done in the food processor."
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"In my opinion, the best food processors are the ones that keep the lowest profile. No jumping and diving, no burning motors, no array of buttons. No drama, mama. It might not seem good to define a tool by its negative (here's what itisn't) but I think that in this case, this is exactly the right way to describe the Magimix it's pretty dreamy to use, but this really just means one major thing: No fuss, no hassle. It just works."
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"Still Made by Hand: The Original Food Processor"
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"Magimix by Robot-Coupe is the only company around the world to manufacture its own motor, Magimix powers the 12-cup food processor with the “smart motor”, a commercial-grade induction motor, backed by a 30-year warranty!"​
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"The Magimix 4200XL Food Processor is a workhorse in the kitchen. Its commercial grade 950W motor outperforms others on the market..."
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"This toaster, equipped with a viewing window and four different heat settings, will forever change your breakfast routine."
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"Precise and hands-on, Magimix's sleek, splurge-worthy toaster is hardly bare-bones. Its viewing window allows for close monitoring so that he'll make the perfect slice every time, whether he prefers an extra dark or barely golden piece of toast."
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"The beauty of the bread you see browning before your very eyes? That it’s browning before your very eyes. Unlike most run-of-the-mill toasters, the French-designed Magimix features two double-pane glass windows, providing a clear shot of your carbs in action."
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"So whether you’re pureeing applesauce or crushing ice, the Magimix can handle it."
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"The Blue Ribbon: This chrome machine has it all: a wide feeding tube, three work bowls, a variety of slicing and grating discs..."
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