I’ve been pondering over this question/idea for years, and, well, I keep putting it off. So, without further ado (adius…adoodoo…whatever), lets have a discussion on inexpensive mixers and other machines.
- A noodle mixing machine (can’t read the company and model, and I don’t feel like getting it down at the moment, heh). functions like a bread machine, but much much smaller. Probably only able to mix 1+1/2 cups flour.
It’s alright for noodles, but not very useful for much else. It was a gift, so I didn’t have to buy it, too.
One thing I really like is it has rubber suctions for the feet so it doesn’t move around a lot.
- Sunbeam Mixmaster, Heritage Series.
It sucks. It’s just awful and will dance like it’s posessed if it has too much dough in it. (3+ cups of flour, O_o).