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    Quote Originally Posted by CookingMonster View Post
    Are you enjoying your thermie?
    I have only had mine for about 6 weeks and I love mine! Don't know how I managed before.
    Today I made chai latte from scratch in it - yum!
    Oh my god, it's life changing. I adore it. I've made peanut butter, pumpkin soup, finger buns, custard, risotto, bolognese sauce, beef stroganoff, mash potatoes- it's amazing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    I'm kind of regretting it. So far it's an expensive blender and porridge maker. I really need to start using it again.
    I use it lots for potato and veg. Fill jug with 500ml water, put potatoes in steaming basket, veg in varoma and steam for 20 min. Then mash potatoes in bowl with butterfly (add butter, milk, etc).

    It's a great time of year for soups?

    How about muffins, cakes, biscuits, etc?

    I use our a lot for custard - great for after dinner munchies.

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    I really love this website. http://www.forumthermomix.com/. I am not a fanatical thermo user. Some days I will use it a couple of times and other days it will not be used at all. If you like Indian Food, I would recommend the Indian Cookbook. Hubby and I have not eaten Indian Food before and we really enjoy it now. Also, on that website the banana cake/Bimby's chocolate cake are good. I also recommend making fruity dream from the EDC. I don't use sugar and lately have been having mixed berry and banana. Soft serve that is just fruit!

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    I'm the same as Benji at the moment, a very expensive blender ufortunately. Although it doesn't help that I'm on a restricted diet due to DS2's allergies.

    Can anyone please recommend some dairy & gluten free recipes to give me inspiration again? I'm a massive cheese and carbs girl, so I'm struggling Can't even make the awesome custard!

    ETA: soy free too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    I'm the same as Benji at the moment, a very expensive blender ufortunately. Although it doesn't help that I'm on a restricted diet due to DS2's allergies.

    Can anyone please recommend some dairy & gluten free recipes to give me inspiration again? I'm a massive cheese and carbs girl, so I'm struggling Can't even make the awesome custard!

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    Hi Pesca. I do a lot of gluten and dairy free cooking.
    What sort of recipes were you after?

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    Pesca try quirky cooking !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    I'm the same as Benji at the moment, a very expensive blender ufortunately. Although it doesn't help that I'm on a restricted diet due to DS2's allergies.

    Can anyone please recommend some dairy & gluten free recipes to give me inspiration again? I'm a massive cheese and carbs girl, so I'm struggling Can't even make the awesome custard!

    ETA: soy free too
    If you're on fb, try Two Litre Kitchen. I remember her making vegan cheese from coconut!

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    Pesca we are dairy, soy and wheat free - I do potato and veg like I said in my post above but mash the potato with olive oil. You can steam gluten free sausages in the varoma at the same time.

    I second quirky cooking. Made DS some awesome sweet potato muffins the other day. Her cashew coconut chicken is really delicious.

    With the dairy, wheat free thing look for Asian style recipes.


 

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