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    The varoma demo was really fun, the food was very nice but there is a bit of prep for the host

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    Pesca - some simple recipes I have done include the basic bread, chicken risotto, basic chocolate cake, I made a cauliflower cheese with the bechamel sauce. The ragu is good and easy. Pizza dough is great!

    I loved the food at the varoma demo - a lot more prep and food required by the host.

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    I'm having my varoma demo this weekend. I've only had my Thermy for a week but I'm taking up the offer of the second bowl, I'm actually looking forward to getting all the demos and extras out of the way so I can just relax and enjoy without waiting for the second bowl offer to come up at a later date and having the demo later on. All over and done with in a matter of a few weeks, worked out well for me.

    Have you see how much the EDC recipe books are selling for on ebay? One went for $150 a couple of days ago and I've seen a few thermoservers go for around the $110-$120 mark. Wowser!

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    Wow Urban Tumbleweed! Why so much for the EDC?

    I am very excited to be joining this thread as I have just put my order in for my Thermy and proabaly looking at up too two weeks before I get it.

    So excited and can't wait to start posting!

    I am attending a Varoma demo this month. Do they do many main meals in it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urban Tumbleweed View Post

    Have you see how much the EDC recipe books are selling for on ebay? One went for $150 a couple of days ago !
    I should sell mine!! We don't use it!





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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquillah View Post
    Wow Urban Tumbleweed! Why so much for the EDC?

    I am very excited to be joining this thread as I have just put my order in for my Thermy and proabaly looking at up too two weeks before I get it.

    So excited and can't wait to start posting!

    I am attending a Varoma demo this month. Do they do many main meals in it?
    Probably because you only get them when you order a machine lol, with all the copies of the older style Thermomix now out (with their crappy recipe books) there is a demand for Thermomix books!

    I still have a spare edc..I could make a few bob!!

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    Apparently a lot of the imported tmx's that have been selling on ebay don't come with the edc or if they do the they're in some other language and not English. Perhaps you can't even buy another copy through your consultant or head office and that's why they're so highly sought after. I wish I had a stockpile out back, my thermie would pay for itself in no time hehe!

    Very exciting Aquilla! You will love it. I bookmarked folders of recipes from the forums while I waited for my thermie

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    Yah - just had my Thermy delivered! Made the veggie stock concentrate as a demo.

    So excited to start cooking this weekend

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    Me too!

    Therms is now on my kitchen bench, veg stock is in the fridge and I promised the children choc custard for desert tonight

    *I can haz typos*

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    Nothin' like some Orange/Lemon Sorbet on a cold winter's night for an extra dose of Vit C!!



 

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