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    It makes pizza dough, but then u need to roll it out, put on the toppings and cook it in the oven. It wont just do everything.

    Ive see quite a few curries made in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiamondEyes View Post
    I have a few people on my facebook who have them, uh lemme count...5!! 5 people who have them, and they love the shiz out of them. The pics of their food looks nice. But i havent seen anything made from it, that u couldnt make without it. I dunno, theres a heap of carby and dessert stuff i see, buttery and creamy stuff. Could see it'd make me pack on the pounds if i ate that stuff all the time.
    I keep reading about how easy it is to make dips and sauces and custards and ice-cream. Hello! There are reasons I don't eat those all time!

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    Does anyone know the price? They only sell by In home demonstrations and have no prices I can see

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    Quote Originally Posted by Susan Mac View Post
    Yeah, my cooking is fairly simple, too. I don't even use the appliances I've got. I'm hoping my food processor will die soon because I'm sick of a barely used appliance clogging up my kitchen.

    I've never heard of Remaware.
    Remaware is really long-lasting pots and pans and roasting dishes that can be used on the stove top or in the oven. I have cheaper stuff, but for people just setting up those are my recommendations if they are in a position to buy it. Like Tupperware, long-lasting pantry, fridge and freezer, Remaware will last a lifetime for the oven and stove. My mum has had hers for 35 years, not a mark on any of it.

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    I make stew, curry, chow mein, soup, pasta, ratatouille and other things in the slow cooker and stir-fry or fried rice in the frying pan. Yep I make very simple dishes lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    Remaware is really long-lasting pots and pans and roasting dishes that can be used on the stove top or in the oven. I have cheaper stuff, but for people just setting up those are my recommendations if they are in a position to buy it. Like Tupperware, long-lasting pantry, fridge and freezer, Remaware will last a lifetime for the oven and stove. My mum has had hers for 35 years, not a mark on any of it.
    Alas, googled but could not find. I would like a nice enamel cast iron pot, but my two stainless steel Baccarat pans are doing just nicely at present. Better than my Scanpan rubbish...

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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    I make stew, curry, chow mein, soup, pasta, ratatouille and other things in the slow cooker and stir-fry or fried rice in the frying pan. Yep I make very simple dishes lol.
    Simple yet delicious? But I don't have a slow cooker. I don't see why I need one of those either, I don't think I'd use it often enough to justify the space... maybe I'm just a cooking luddite.

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    BTW. I get that other people love their Thermomix and use it every day... I just can't work out how I would use it enough to justify the expense and bench space.

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    I certainly did NOT love the price.

    But well worth it for me and my family


 

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