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    Thanks for the reply lovely ladies i was just checking their website...this appliance looks pretty good and m tempted to see d demo now.

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    Do it. I was a skeptic because of the price until I held my demo. There is also dedicated thermomix forums.

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    My only obstacle was convincing DF. His work mates covered that for me then FIL sealed the deal by buying it for me. I absolutely can not wait for 10am tomorrow morning! Bring it on!!

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    Opinionated- yes I'm in Adelaide! We've just started selling it here but I got it from Woy Woy NSW.

    Here's a bit taken from the website:

    'Will any of your products make me ‘high’?
    Contrary to popular myth and misinformation, Hemp Seed, Hemp Seed Oil and Hemp Protein Powders contain virtually no THC. The levels are virtually undetectable at 0.00001%.'

    http://www.hempstore.com.au/blog/

    I suppose I could be consuming much worse... hemp is high in omega 3,6,9&12 we don't eat a lot of things so I try find ways to fill in the diet gaps




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    Quote Originally Posted by Bell & Bug View Post
    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.
    Yes, Bell and Bug summed up the differences. Speed 1 and the butterfly are used instead of reverse. It is also a bit noisier.
    And it is sold in stores not on party plan.

    Oh and the price: $800 delivered plus a free pizza oven.

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    There is a good comparison here http://ironchefshellie.com/2011/12/0...-vs-thermomix/


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    Silly question, does CADA stand for something? Do you eat it straight up?

    BB how is your new thermie going??

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    CADA- coconut almonds dates apple. A mix people have for breakfast.

    Shinebrite, I checked out the hemp powder and found it quite interesting. Also, it is "almost undetectable". I wonder if a roadside drug test would detect it because they exercise zero tolerance if you register a positive THC test.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hakuna matata View Post
    BB how is your new thermie going??
    AWESOME! DF and I are looking at recipes and compiling a grocery list so we can go shopping and get everything I realised just how bare my pantry is today!

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    You should make the veggie stock - you use it in so many recipes!

    Enjoy the shop. I think I spent about $200 getting myself "set up" with things I didn't have and ingredients for a couple of weeks dinners

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