Pedal-powered Food Processor

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Pedal-powered Food Processor

Transfer power from an internal pedal-powered flywheel housed inside the R2B2 to slice, dice, and julian with this all-in-one kitchen appliance designed by Christoph Thetard. In addition to a built-in hand mixer, the unit has internal storage for accessories not in use. [via CH]

6 thoughts on “Pedal-powered Food Processor

  1. thezenofmaking says:

    If we had something like this in our kitchen, I’m pretty sure that my husband would be way more excited about cooking!

  2. Anonymous says:

    It looks like a sort of time Machine.

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  3. Kat says:

    Haha a great way to conserve electricity and get an exercise! My husband is needing a bit of exercise now since he’s getting a bit big. Thanks for a wonderful post!

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