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    Having a demo next Thursday!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    I've juiced. ... the pulp doesn't really go away. . So you can either have it thick or I use the basket to strain it through.

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    Thanks! I just did my first batch - turned out great. I don't mind the slightly thicker texture - I didn't use a lot of carrot, so didn't have to much chunky veggie pulp. Have just cut up several kilos of fruit, ready to be juiced over the next few days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kezanazz View Post
    Has anyone had a look at the new model yet?

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    Having a demo next Saturday

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    My consultant friend has hers and loves it so im planning a demo this weekend

    Eta- if I love it then I will buy

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    Hello fellow thermomixers!

    I just purchased my first thermomix over the week end. I'm yet to assist to a demo so I'm looking for some recipe inspiration.

    I need to cook a 1 dish meal tonight, preferably vegetarian or a least low calories.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks a lot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    Hello fellow thermomixers!

    I just purchased my first thermomix over the week end. I'm yet to assist to a demo so I'm looking for some recipe inspiration.

    I need to cook a 1 dish meal tonight, preferably vegetarian or a least low calories.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks a lot!
    Risotto is an easy meal in our house. I make this one a lot and you can use whatever ingredients you have/like
    http://quirkycooking.blogspot.com.au...sotto.html?m=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    Hello fellow thermomixers!

    I just purchased my first thermomix over the week end. I'm yet to assist to a demo so I'm looking for some recipe inspiration.

    I need to cook a 1 dish meal tonight, preferably vegetarian or a least low calories.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks a lot!
    What about a minestrone soup? Lots of chunky vegetable, a tin of tomatoes, some water and a bit of stock paste. Add pasta if you like, or leave it out to lower the calorie count!

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    Thanks a lot for your ideas!

    I think risotto would be too high in calories for my liking.

    After a month holiday in France I'm in need of a serious diet

    Minestrone is a good idea, I'll look it up thanks

    Any other ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    Thanks a lot for your ideas!

    I think risotto would be too high in calories for my liking.

    After a month holiday in France I'm in need of a serious diet

    Minestrone is a good idea, I'll look it up thanks

    Any other ideas?
    Chicken cacciatore -edc (sml ammt of rice if you need rice)
    There is a Mexican soup recipe somewhere that's yum
    Also spaghetti bol- use with spiralised zucchini instead of pasta

    Depends on what books you have
    Meat on the menu is awesome
    Devil of a cookbook is awesome
    And quirky cooking book is awesome
    I use all 3 all the time (we cook low cal, gluten and dairy free)

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    Thanks for all your advices!

    I'm yet to buy any books so I grabbed my MB recipes and adapt them to the thermomix.

    Did her risotto. Delish and light!

    Love my momomix


 

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