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    Check out 2brothersfoods. com.au, it's wa based though so postage might be steep, others might know more local places

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    Ohhh I made mash in thermy for the first time yesterday... Yummo!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hakuna matata View Post
    Ohhh I made mash in thermy for the first time yesterday... Yummo!!!
    Same!!! I had the wrong type of spuds hanging around though (Golden Delight) - will try something different next time -- the mash went on top of the Shepherds Pie! (after mincing my own beef & pork)
    Today I also did up the Beetroot salad, Banana, Date & Walnut Bread, Orange & Mango juice, Choc Hazelnut spread (I need to tweak this a little I think!) ..and I'm just waiting for my dough to prove so I can spread it on some scrolls.


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    I am loving my thermy so far!

    I've made pizza dough, juice, risotto, smoothies, apricot and nut balls, satay chicken and noodles, sweet and sour meatballs, macaroni beef, hot chocolate and porridge. Going to make stock concentrate tomorrow.

    Oh I've boiled eggs in it too! I always stuff up boiled eggs either too runny or too hard and they were perfect. Gave them a quick peel and whizzed them up in the thermy for a few sec with some salt and milk and they were great with some lettuce on sandwiches.

    Attempting steamed pork dumplings tomorrow night for dinner.
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    I did gluten free bread, raspberry jam and now cooking minestrone for dinner. Might do some custard or hot chocolate later

    Mayonnaise = fail

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    Which mayo recipe did you use?
    I use Elisabeth's on the forum (no butterfly) and works perfectly everytime. I haven't bought mayo in over a year and kids have it on their lunch wraps every day

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    I did gluten free bread, raspberry jam and now cooking minestrone for dinner. Might do some custard or hot chocolate later

    Mayonnaise = fail

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    The 'chocolate alternative' in the vegetarian books is so amazing! I don't think I'll ever eat unhealthy chocolate again. It's on the forum as well if you don't have the book

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    Anyone a consultant in Perth? I read somewhere you can make cappuccino's in it, is this correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gruffalo View Post
    Anyone a consultant in Perth? I read somewhere you can make cappuccino's in it, is this correct?
    You *can* recipe here http://www.stephberg.com/?p=516 but I just use it to froth the milk and I use a shot from my nespresso machine.


 

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