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Kitchen Centrifuge

Multipurpose, with interchangeable baskets
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This invention is meant as a replacement for the common centrifugal juicer. It would be approximately the same size and speed, but have several inserts for different purposes.

The inserts would include, but not be limited to:

A juice extractor for fruits and veggies.

A wire basket for extracting oil from fried foods (like the George Foreman fryer).

A basket for holding cheesecloth with curds and whey, to seperate out whey very quickly, for homemade cheese. Besides making regular cheeses, you could also use this for making cream cheese (which is very time consuming to make at home conventionally), or for making strained yogurt, aka greek yogurt.

(Optional) Test tube holders for school science experiments.

[edit: added]

And a plastic basket for holding salad greens that need to be drained of water.

And, not related to what basket is in place, it should have a speed control, and a timer.

goldbb, Sep 15 2009

Food Processor/Salad Spinner (one of many designs) http://www.diytrade...-salad_spinner.html
Add your own cheesecloth, etc. [Jim Bob of Merriam Park, Sep 16 2009]

Kitchen centrifuge http://www.popsci.c...chieve-whirled-peas
[lurch, Feb 04 2011]

... and let's not forget the early-morning necessities http://s923.photobu...ntrifugal%20coffee/
Freshly ground espresso a la centrifuge. [FlyingToaster, Feb 05 2011]

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       Add a salad spinning capability, and I think you may have a winner. +
blissmiss, Sep 15 2009
  

       Or, for the foodie who has everything, a kitchen ultracentrifuge. Should be good for molecular gastronomy. I bet not even Heston Blumenthal has one of those.
mouseposture, Sep 16 2009
  

       Hash browns! Grate the taters, spin the water off; fry 'em up, spin the oil off.
lurch, Sep 16 2009
  

       That link is for nothing more than a salad spinner. Why are they saying it is a food processor, I wonder? There is no other function than spinning lettuce and greens.
blissmiss, Sep 16 2009
  

       + sounds good.
xandram, Sep 18 2009
  

       Would it be able to separate specific ingredients? If so it would be useful for the kid who refuses to eat something because it has peas in it. (or carrots, or nuts, or...)
MechE, Feb 04 2011
  

       Also for coffee....<link>
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 04 2011
  

       Seriously? It works for me, but maybe because it's linking to my photobucket account. What do you get?
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 04 2011
  

       For me it links to this anno box. The one on FB worked fine though.   

       I saw instructions in Scientific American a few years ago describing how to make a centrifuge from a food processor. I think if i did that i'd try it by turning it on from another room for a bit.
nineteenthly, Feb 04 2011
  

       You people are joshing me, no?
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 04 2011
  

       Needs cyclotron attachment for enriching uranium.
ed, Feb 04 2011
  

       Aha - many thanks. Probably fixed now.
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 05 2011
  

       Ah, bollocks. I can't sort it because it works for me. Feel free to post the link if you can (thanks). I'll delete the other one.
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 05 2011
  

       thar y'ar <link>
FlyingToaster, Feb 05 2011
  

       Aw, thanks, [FT].
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 05 2011
  

       Now I miss the weird centripetal "you'll never leave" link :-(.
spidermother, Feb 05 2011
  

       //Needs cyclotron attachment for enriching uranium.//   

       This would be sold to Axis of Evil countries by CIA controlled companies as a "juicer, ha ha," which would then be touted in the UN as evidence of illegal weapons programs justifying invasion.
ldischler, Feb 05 2011
  

       [idischler], and you point is .... ?   

       On reading the title, we hoped this was a kitchen that could be used in free-fall conditions.
8th of 7, Feb 06 2011
  
      
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