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    Default Thermomix and gluten free

    Does anyone have a thermomix and use it for GF food? Does it make it cheaper? Is it easier?

    GF food bills are insane!

    @OurLittleBlessing and @CookingMonster- have you heard anything about it?

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    I don't intentionally cook gf food so have no idea, but you could check out a blog called quirky cooking for appropriate recipes.

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    I personally don't have a thermomix or do gf food, but my observation is that the ppl I know who love and use their thermomix the most are those doing gf food. I think it saved then time and money


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    Yes Goosey - that is the impression I am getting too!

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    We are GF and don't have one but I wish we did!!

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    I agree with Salsa, check out the Quirky Cooking site. Or google 'Thermomix Gluten Free' - heaps will come up!

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    Yes I have a thermomix and one of the things that convinced DH to let me spend that much money was being able to cook gluten free so easily and cheaply.
    We are now not needing to eat gluten free but many of the things I cook are naturally gluten free. The gf bread is fantastic, the stock paste is so useful and risottos are so easy.
    I'd def recommend one and I agree quirky cooking is a great place to get ideas.

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    I don't cook gf but just wanted to say I love my target knockoff Bellini. Hubby couldn't justify the price of the thermomix but I managed to convince him on the cheaper version and it works great and I can definitely see how it would make gf cooking easier.

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    Hi @beebs, just saw this!

    No, I don't have a Thermomix - although I would love one. I do cook the vast majority of our food from scratch though which does help keep costs down.

    So in that way a TM wouldn't make a lot of difference, but it would help save time!

    Maybe one day. Let us know how it goes if you do get one

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    Quote Originally Posted by CookingMonster View Post
    Yes I have a thermomix and one of the things that convinced DH to let me spend that much money was being able to cook gluten free so easily and cheaply.
    We are now not needing to eat gluten free but many of the things I cook are naturally gluten free. The gf bread is fantastic, the stock paste is so useful and risottos are so easy.
    I'd def recommend one and I agree quirky cooking is a great place to get ideas.
    @CookingMonster I'm interested in the gf bread recipe please.


 

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