I have an Electrolux Assistent N4- probably 50 years old and used until last week when the belt started to slip. Can't find anything suitable as a replacement belt anywhere and the manufacturers won't reply to emails!! Any help or suggestions most welcome. Can't believe that there aren't spares for these things in europe?
Some info I turned up which may help was:
I have a Flake Mill attachment for a DLX 9000 Magic Mill mixer. The Flake attachment allows you to flatten steel cut oats into thick, fresh, chewy flakes. This retails for $150. I'm asking $75 obo. Thank you for looking. Blessings.
I finally got tired of making my Kitchen Aid mixer smoke, and ordered a Magic Mill DLX 2000 (Electrolux Assistent). I made a variation on the New York Deli Rye from _Breadmaker's Apprentice_ (I didn't use the onion or caraway), using 100% of a mixed rye/white flour barm instead of the sponge. Based on what I'd read online, I started with the liquid ingredients in the mixer, then added dry slowly. It did a beautiful job of kneading, I think I'm in love.
I have the Electrolux Magic Mill and am in need of a food processor. Has anyone tried the food processor attachments for it? I've been looking through the attachment list and can't for the life of me figure out what is used for what both in terms of what the individual shredding disks are used for but also how one would go about making something that needs to be more puréed than shredded: hummus or nut butter, for instance. With a traditional food processor, I'd use the blade attachment, but with this I'm not sure.