I have just bought a food processor to chop my veggies. The problem is although my Dualit (XL1500) does come with a "Julienne" disk/blade, the veggies that it makes are too fine for a nice casserole and everything seems to be either very flat/wheel shaped or chopped far too fine!
Is it possible to get any additional spare cutting disks/blade other than the ones that come with the Dualit XL1500 (which I have just bought)?
Or perhaps I could modify a disk from a different brand and put it on my Dualit (?).
Basically I want to make large "chip" shaped vegetables, rather than just slices or very fine strips
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