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    Quote Originally Posted by caketin View Post
    My pasta maker. I used it once and never again! It's sitting in my garage waiting to be thrown out.
    Persevere Caketin. I bought one and it took a lot of practice, but the results are amazing!!

    My most useless house appliance is my iron.

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    Rice Cooker
    Donut maker
    Dora toaster and sandwich maker
    Stick mixer

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    Quote Originally Posted by scarymarygoldfish View Post
    Persevere Caketin. I bought one and it took a lot of practice, but the results are amazing!!

    My most useless house appliance is my iron.
    This was an extrusion one so I could only make spaghetti or fettuccine. I ended up getting a manual one to make lasagne sheets which is much better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by becca022 View Post
    Rice Cooker
    Donut maker
    Dora toaster and sandwich maker
    Stick mixer

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    ooo i love my stick mixer, great for soups!

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    Mine would be the coffee machine from 2006/7 that squeals like a pig or the milkshake maker that's not been used in at least 3 1/2 years.

    Rice on the stove top tip - cook basmati rice - never ever gluggy!

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    I LOVE my rice cooker!

    Most useless item - a pancake maker that was gifted to me. It sat in my cupboard for years and then I threw it.

    I don't buy a lot of appliances, everything I have I use often.

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    My piece of poo washing machine that didnt even last for years. I might put my steel caps on and kick the piece of junk before it gets taken away tomorrow

    And anything but my thermomix is useless. So it's all been turfed, except my egg cooker, I thought it was a stupid gift but my kids love the perfect hard boiled eggs!



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    Definitely the slow cooker... Might have to revisit with a newborn though.


    I do have things in storage such as rice cooker that will get tossed when I clean it out.

    I do need to replace a few things but the ones we have are so old the current equivalents are crap..

    Ever tried finding a toasted sandwich maker that doesn't have a diagonal cutter built in???
    You can't cook an egg toastie in one of them. You end up with half of it white and half yolk.

    Also need a new milkshake maker.. Can't find one that will take the cup we have, can't buy a machine that has more then one cup, can only get one cup for them, but it doesn't fit any makers on the market.

    Best thing about getting my kitchen stuff out of storage though.... 2 food processors... I have dreamed of it before, but it will be real soon... I hope.

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    at the moment my useless items are

    slow cooker (4 years old and not used once)
    egg cooker (4 years old and not used once)
    toaster
    kettle
    cake mixer thing (you know they have the 2 beaters )
    popcorn maker
    food processor
    sandwich presses (we have 2)
    pizza stone.

    i looove my rice cooker!! I can cook rice on the stove but i dont like my rice being wet. I Like it like how japanese people eat it (dry and stick together) couldnt live with out it (although i have not used it in a while)

    thanks for the slow cooker tips. Will give it a go. thanks ladies.


 

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