I'm baking pumpkins for the pulp. The cook book says use a sieve, ricer or blender. Would a food processor be as helpful a tool, or not? How much per blend should be added to the machine each spin? (If that question came out right?)
I think you could use a food processor. In the nursing home where I worked years ago, we used the processor to puree everything. I think you'll be happy with the results . . . nice, smooth pumpkin. Without knowing the size of your processor, I can't give you an amount to start with. However, I'd start small, and work up in amounts, to ensure that all the pumpkin is as smooth as you want it to be.
Hope this helps,
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