I'll reply anyway lol
I've had mine since November 2010 and I use it every day, usually 3+ times
Well worth the money in my house. And MY husband loves the meals I make in it!
I got mine in December last year, and no, I don't use it every day. Some days I'll cook 3 or four things in it, others, I'll go 3-4 days between using it....it just depends.
I'm still experimenting and trying different things with it. I have made many things in it that I wouldn't have pre-thermy.
I think there are still some things that need to be cooked by hand.
I'm not convinced that it is "worth" the $$. BUT I can see for a family that has allergies or preservative free diets, it would be hugely advantagous.
Eta - I'm back. I don't necessarily find it cheaper to cook with....but I'm not using it to it's full advantage I guess.
I find many of the recipes off the mark (according to my taste) but that just comes down to playing around with it and adapting my own recipes.
I do love the versatility of the machine!
Last edited by babycart; 19-03-2012 at 23:29.
Home-made laksa is good but it is one of those things that is better from the professionals. When you get your car, we can go to a yummy hawkers place near us. SO GOOD. And plenty of non-spicy noodles for the boys
I'm hopefully getting a thermomix!!!
My DH cousin is a consultant and is coming over to show it all to me in a week and a half!!!
Please tell me they're fabulous!!??
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