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Kenlyte heat resistance?

Are the Kenlyte bowls strong enough to mix hot (almost boiling) ingredients? Or will this damage the plastic? I have a Kenwood Cooking Chef, and find that the one stainless steel cooking bowl is not enough for many recipes. While I would obviously never apply any direct heat to the Kenlyte bowl, or use it in cooking mode, it would be great if I could use it to mix hot ingredients, or as a base for the colander and sieve, when to recieve hot puree.

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SOURCE: replacement stainless steel mixing bowl

Hi,

I have the spare part number for the bowl.

KW638821 - bowl - polished - stainless steel
KW672487 - with handles bowl - mirror finish

try to find a store near you to get one.

Posted on Jul 12, 2008

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SOURCE: Does anyone know the model number of a stainless

The model number doesn't really exist other than the fact that the stainless steel bowl is available for just about every Chef made. My own KM300 has a stainless steel bowl for example that came as standard - it however is the same bowl you can order from Kenwood or EBay under the A701/A901 model - all bowls from Kenwood can be fitted on the Chef model with the exception of the Major model which is a larger and taller machine.

Posted on May 08, 2009

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