Kyle check ebay for the machines, they are dirt cheap there. I wish someone would have told me that when I had my in-laws grab one for me.
How long is it taking you to mix it? I can usually form a dough in a couple minutes, it would take me much longer to clean the processor. Also I am under the impression the dough should rest before rolling and cutting, but that could just be preference from one to another.Yep, that is the one. With that model you will be able to switch the hand crank and use it for tagliatelle and a fine spaghetti too as it has two cutters built in. It is surprisingly easy to make fresh pasta, but next I want to start mixing the dough in a food processor to save in clean up time. Right now I am doing it by hand. I suspect once I get this down I could mix the dough and roll a noodle pasta in roughly the time it takes to boil the water.