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    I'm interested in some more varoma recipes.

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    I love love love Sir Mixalot (yes, I named it!)
    He's been with us for over 14 months and still used at least a couple of times a day, usually more. 'Novelty' certainly hasn't worn off!

    We are additive-free so I make all my own sauces, mayo etc. I make smoothies most days as DS2 refuses fresh fruit. I very rarely use my stovetop these days.... it's a good place to store my bread board with lovely freshly made bread tho

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    I get my Thermomix tomorrow!!! She just called so excited.



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    HELLO HELLO!!

    I'm a die hard TMX fan... Every morning it makes almond and hemp milk then a smoothie then a dip or dressing for our lunch... Then rice for the kids lunch then I sit down with a bowl of CADA to feed the bub!!! Nothing gets past my kitchen without being thermoed! :-D am loving getting home from a beach walk each evening to make yummy creamy raw 'hot' chocolates... Glad your getting ur TMX OP, youl love it!

    Can I just ask, what is SO different about the Thermochef? Has it not got all the same functions? Just a genuine enquiry


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    Quote Originally Posted by Opinionated View Post
    I'm interested in some more varoma recipes.
    The coconut chicken uses the varoma. As does the veal pizzola in the EDC. There's also a few fish ones. I haven't been using mine much lately - too hot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shinebrite View Post
    Can I just ask, what is SO different about the Thermochef? Has it not got all the same functions? Just a genuine enquiry
    I think it has similar functions, but is built differently.
    Scales are on the side. It won't blend above 60 degrees. It is operated by a band (as opposed to the magnets in the TMX). It doesn't have reverse. Just off the top of my head.

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    Thanks B&B I'd die without my reverse button!!!!!!! And the kneading one!


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    Sorry to ask but i cant resist after reading d previous posts....from where did u order thermomix and at what price. Thanks ladies

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    You order thermomix through a distributer, they are not available in stores. They cost $1939. Go to the website and organise a demo. You need 3 friends minimum to attend your demo and it really is the only way to appreciate if you think it would be worth it for you.

    Shinebrite, what is hemp milk? Where are the ingredients from assuming you are not from Adelaide?
    edit- just noticed you are in Adelaide lol. I assume it doesn't have any thc in your milk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by disco86 View Post
    Sorry to ask but i cant resist after reading d previous posts....from where did u order thermomix and at what price. Thanks ladies
    I got mine through a consultant, just contacted them through there website and I paid $1939


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