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Published on Dec 8, 2013
Which is better? Let's find out:
1. Can they each whip a single egg white? 2. How well do they each whip two egg whites? 3. How do they compare making a single batch of cookies?
The mixer on the right has been made by the same company since 1940. They just keep changing the name. Now it's called "Ankarsrum", the name of the town in which it is manufactured.
My conclusion: The KitchenAid cannot out-perform the machine on the right. Plus, the machine on the right can do things the KitchenAid cannot. Case in point: Make dough for challah bread. (It's a Jewish bread with eggs. The protein in the eggs make it super stiff.) Challah dough killed my first KitchenAid. Smoke came out, the machine got scorching hot. And then it died for good. I bought the Magic Mill to replace it and it's been a trooper ever since. I bought the KitchenAid you see here as a replacement for the one that died -- for things other than making challah. After running the tests in this video, I wonder why I bothered.