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    Today I used it for- frappecinos this morning, play dough, bread rolls and cauliflower soup for dinner, strawberry daiquiris and about to make sorbet for the kids for dessert. So that's five things today. Yesterday I used it for porridge, coconut milk- which I then used to make coconut hot chocolates for the kids and banana and coconut bread for recesses for this week and meatballs (making the breadcrumbs, grinding the parmasan, mincing the meat, chopping the onion and garlic, then mixing it all together).

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    Ok now I'm really intrigued.....how much is this??? I have never heard of it before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whoknows View Post
    Ok now I'm really intrigued.....how much is this??? I have never heard of it before.
    1939 $
    I've had mine over two years and have never regretted it since !
    Yes its expensive but you can cook so much with little effort


    Anewme ...... there are certain techniques to cooking for large numbers in the tmx defiantly can be done

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