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    Quote Originally Posted by Laksa View Post
    It's too easy to make delicious food and I put on five kilos!!!


    This is my main concern - ah well..DP loves the sorbet so I guess we'll be gettin' fat together

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    Hi are there any Melbourne consultants on here? Do you get anything for a sale?

    I'm very interested in buying one on interest free this month

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    with the veg muffins, its mostly good for chopping up all the veg and cheese for them, mine have been dense, but meh, the kids still love em! I might try just doing it in a bowl next time and see how they go. Being gluten free, everything is always a little bit wrong!

    Negatives: I have too much food! With only me and 2 kids, i have all these left overs but want to keep cooking!!

    Rice: I always cook the max amount then freeze the rest in zip lock bags and defrost in a bowl while cooking the meal. If i can do this absorbtion method in the thermoserver, I can make heaps! Can you do brown rice like that?

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    1 more Q please - if I buy a thermomix, do I still need a food processor? Is there anything the processor does that the thermomix doesn't? TIA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    1 more Q please - if I buy a thermomix, do I still need a food processor? Is there anything the processor does that the thermomix doesn't? TIA
    Nope, it does all! Slower settings, reverse speed and pulsing. That's why we got it instead of a vitamix (and heating element)


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    I'm keeping my egg boilerer, because my eggs exploded in the TMX, but beyond that i can get rid of my stick mixer, rice cooker and milk warmer. Yay! I never had a blender, food processer or anything before

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pregnor View Post
    If i can do this absorbtion method in the thermoserver, I can make heaps! Can you do brown rice like that?
    I think they said to increase the water and to leave it longer? Im not 100% sure Ive been norty and have been using basmati rice of late!

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    No worries thermolicious! Hate that you can't hear people's tones on online!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermolicious View Post
    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
    Oh oh really? I've been waiting for interest free again...

    Eta - yay just saw Facebook!
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    Don't get too excited about interest free though. Dh works part time, I'm a full time teacher and we have Bo debt yet we were denied...


 

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