Do you have any advice on storing the blades for a fixed stem food processor? Because each stem has an attached disk, the clever new storage containers don't work. The stems also don't stack, and I keep being afraid they'll hit me on the head as I try to get things out of the cabinets in my small kitchen.
Sent by Lydia
Lydia, we don't have this storage problem, but we wonder about buying a small plastic shoebox and storing all the blades in it? It isn't the most efficient use of space, but it would definitely be safer than having sharp discs loose in the cupboard.
Readers, any thoughts on this storage dilemma?
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