You have to remove the pusher first by twisting it off. Then press the sides of the pusher sleeve inward and slide the sleeve up and out of place. Then twist off the lid - all twisting on these food processors works either clockwise or counterlcokwise - not both. Then twist the work bowl to the left (clockwise). Voila!
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Generally you would use the food processor for mixing/blending/chopping all the dry ingredients (and maybe the butter if you are making something like cookies).
Separately mix all the really wet ingredients together in a mixing bowl/large measuring cup.
Then combine the dry ingredients from the food processor with the wet ingredients in a mixing bowl (you can fold the dry into the wet if you used a bowl to mix the wet ingredients together. If you used a measuring cup for the wet, then it's usually better to put the dry ingredients into the mixing bowl first, making a depressed area in the center, and then add the wet into the dry.)
Hiya, I have search the internet for the FP310 manual and cant find it anywhere. I dont suppose you know where I could get it from, would really appreciate a little help. Its like Kenwood have forgotten about my little processor!! : ( Ha! Thanks in advance, AImee