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    Oooh I just made the Tikka paste out of the Indian book, it looks and smells divine. I can't wait to use some in the butter chicken I will be making for dinner tomorrow night - Yum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveInTheBed View Post
    This was our second lot of lemonade. the first we just used cold tap water, was very refreshing (will be awesome in summer)..tonight I used home brand 89cent sparklng mineral water... I pressed the turbo button a few more times and added an extra lemon - nothin' wrong with a bit of extra VIT C in winter ...was lemony goodness!

    My varoma/get a second bowl demo is booked for the 17th.
    Dammit, I forgot to buy some sparkling mineral water with the groceries again. I've just written it on next fortnight's grocery list, but I might even run into the supermarket tomorrow because I have some limes that I need to use up. Limenade?

    I hope you enjoy your Varoma demo tomorrow FITB

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    Cheers Urban!!

    Mmmmm *pats belly*

    Varoma demo was goooooooooooooood.

    we had Berry Dream, Capsicum & Sundried tomato dip - used half for the salad dressing, Chickpea soup, Pizza Bianca, Warm Chicken, Pumpkin & Couscous salad and Lemon Coconut Steamed puddings with Citrus dessert syrup.

    ordered my second bowl.

    It was pretty Fab having TWO thermies humming away on the counter top -

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    Good to hear that you enjoyed the demo. We had the same food at my varoma demo last week. The only thing I didn't really like was the salad, I'm not a big cous cous fan though. How good is the pizza bianca?! I've never liked homemade pizza bases but this one is great, we made some pizzas during the week and topped them with smoked salmon and herbs - so yummy! I'm hoping my second bowl turns up in the post this week

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    I hope you don't mind if I crash a bit?!? I didn't know where to post my question! And figured the thermomix loving ladies would help!
    I am seriously thinking of buying one with the following in mind! Have my first baby due in December and think it would be great for time saving baby food etc. but can't find recipes online anywhere? Is it good for this and quick?
    I'm thinking it will make dinner etc easier being a first time mum etc but it's very expensive so I guess I want to know how great it is for time saving and convenience?!?
    Also thinking of purchasing from eBay.. I don't want to have a demo party or anything. Has anyone bought theirs from eBay?
    (I'm a fairly good cook and love cooking, do any of you get sick of it? And go back to 'normal' cooking??)

    Ps. Sorry if this the wrong place!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    I hope you don't mind if I crash a bit?!? I didn't know where to post my question! And figured the thermomix loving ladies would help!
    I am seriously thinking of buying one with the following in mind! Have my first baby due in December and think it would be great for time saving baby food etc. but can't find recipes online anywhere? Is it good for this and quick?
    I'm thinking it will make dinner etc easier being a first time mum etc but it's very expensive so I guess I want to know how great it is for time saving and convenience?!?
    Also thinking of purchasing from eBay.. I don't want to have a demo party or anything. Has anyone bought theirs from eBay?
    (I'm a fairly good cook and love cooking, do any of you get sick of it? And go back to 'normal' cooking??)

    Ps. Sorry if this the wrong place!!!!
    Hi the original thermomix was actually designed as a baby food machine so it's perfect!

    I bought mine when my boys were young (I had a 14mth age gap) and it was a god send so much easier not having to chop everything up, worrying about stirring stuff and timing of recipes I know it saved us so much $$ in convenience food

    I'm not sure I would buy from eBay, the service your consultant gives you is really important especially in those first few weeks and showing you how to use it I don't think you would get the maximum potential out of it without support

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    I'm having the a second helping of soup and chicken salad for dinner now as I type!
    The pizza bases are easy - great for using up leftover meat and vege.


    Tamtam - I would personally go through a demonstrator - you only need three household represented at a demo - your guests get fed and there is no pressure for them to buy unless they fall in love with it and want one in their kitchen!
    plus you get a delievery demonstration, access to the official forum and thermo cooking nights.
    Demonstrators do fully support you starting out. - well mine does - I think she's awesome!

    oh and re eBay - I'm an enjo consultant and have seen enjo fibres go on there for way more than what you would pay normally at a demo. crazy!
    I wish I had know about this BEFORE kids - seriously would have made things so much easier!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveInTheBed View Post
    I'm having the a second helping of soup and chicken salad for dinner now as I type!
    The pizza bases are easy - great for using up leftover meat and vege.


    Tamtam - I would personally go through a demonstrator - you only need three household represented at a demo - your guests get fed and there is no pressure for them to buy unless they fall in love with it and want one in their kitchen!
    plus you get a delievery demonstration, access to the official forum and thermo cooking nights.
    Demonstrators do fully support you starting out. - well mine does - I think she's awesome!

    oh and re eBay - I'm an enjo consultant and have seen enjo fibres go on there for way more than what you would pay normally at a demo. crazy!
    I wish I had know about this BEFORE kids - seriously would have made things so much easier!
    Oh fitb can the lint glove help me with pilling on DS1 school trousers?? Or does it only do lint?

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    Thanks for advice. Appreciate it.
    DH is happy for me to have one but they are so expensive! And I don't want to invest in it if I don't get my money's worth!
    Thanks again. 😊

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    I'd stay away from eBay when it comes to thermomix. The support you get through buying it through a consultant is great. I wouldn't risk buying from eBay and getting a fake or false one, or even the lack of consultant support and warranty.

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