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    Quote Originally Posted by happygirl1982 View Post
    Do you cook the curries in them? Or just make the sauces then cook on stove? Last question I promise!!
    All done in the Thermomix

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermolicious View Post
    I haven't tried a teat brush which B&B says works well. Other than that I'm very happy, no complaints
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    Quote Originally Posted by happygirl1982 View Post
    Do you cook the curries in them? Or just make the sauces then cook on stove? Last question I promise!!
    I make the paste and the curry in them, some prefer to use the stove to cook a curry (Buttoneska?) but personally I don't have the time nor the patients so I do it in the Thermomix, If I'm making the paste I'll do that then without washing the bowl move straight into the curry then when that's done I'll keep it hot in the thermoserver and do the rice. If I already have curry paste I'll do the family rice I mentioned above then move straight on to the curry, this way it only takes me 30 min to do dinner with very little hands on work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bell & Bug View Post
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    Ah yes I HAVE to remember to get one of these I always forget!

    Ask away with the questions I don't mind at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by happygirl1982 View Post
    Well come August if I have $$ after my tax return then I shall book a party .
    JIC you didnt know, they have interest free this month and you are able to pay it out early with no penalty if that's something you would consider, no pressure I know not everyone is comfortable or able to use finance just saying in case you didn't realize

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    Quote Originally Posted by happygirl1982 View Post
    What's a negative of a thermomix ?
    It's too easy to make delicious food and I put on five kilos!!!

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    We make everything in the TMX, curries from start to finish. Thanks for that info Thermomixer, I was only being petty, I have no REAL complaints but will look up the rice thingo!


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    Quote Originally Posted by shinebrite View Post
    We make everything in the TMX, curries from start to finish. Thanks for that info Thermomixer, I was only being petty, I have no REAL complaints but will look up the rice thingo!


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