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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise41 View Post
    Yum..

    I use garlic soy sauce and honey. It's divine
    Sounds fantastic- unfortunately I can't have soy (or dairy) at the moment as my DD is intolerant to them but will give it a go once I stop breastfeeding 😀

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    Quote Originally Posted by wobbleyhorse View Post
    Sounds fantastic- unfortunately I can't have soy (or dairy) at the moment as my DD is intolerant to them but will give it a go once I stop breastfeeding 😀
    Oh ok what about lemon and garlic?

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    If I am going to pull the chook. We love to smother it in a smokey bbq sauce. It so easy especially if I am putting the chook on from frozen.

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    I don't think i am on the right thread but it is the active one. What do you guys think of breville multi chef cooker? I want a slow cooker but all the ones i look at are 6L. It is quite big for a family of 2. I have a 10 cup rice cooker which i regret of buying because it is just way too big. I am used to ceramic slow cooker so it is a bit non-traditional for me to use metal type slow cooker. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbhope View Post
    I don't think i am on the right thread but it is the active one. What do you guys think of breville multi chef cooker? I want a slow cooker but all the ones i look at are 6L. It is quite big for a family of 2. I have a 10 cup rice cooker which i regret of buying because it is just way too big. I am used to ceramic slow cooker so it is a bit non-traditional for me to use metal type slow cooker. Thanks!
    Are you on Facebook? If you are you could perhaps join slow cooker central and post there asking for a review? Or Google reviews for this cooker?
    Last edited by HeavenBlue; 13-09-2015 at 12:38.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbhope View Post
    I don't think i am on the right thread but it is the active one. What do you guys think of breville multi chef cooker? I want a slow cooker but all the ones i look at are 6L. It is quite big for a family of 2. I have a 10 cup rice cooker which i regret of buying because it is just way too big. I am used to ceramic slow cooker so it is a bit non-traditional for me to use metal type slow cooker. Thanks!
    A slow cooker could last for years and years. I'm not sure of your situation but if you're planning to have kids/expand your family down the track then better to get a 6L one now. They're also great for doing huge batches of stuff and freezing for when you don't want to cook!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbhope View Post
    I don't think i am on the right thread but it is the active one. What do you guys think of breville multi chef cooker? I want a slow cooker but all the ones i look at are 6L. It is quite big for a family of 2. I have a 10 cup rice cooker which i regret of buying because it is just way too big. I am used to ceramic slow cooker so it is a bit non-traditional for me to use metal type slow cooker. Thanks!
    I don't anything about that one.

    I have the coles one and I hate it.

    I love my metal insert proper slow cooker. With a slow cooker lid but multi cooker lids stops me from using for a lot of things. That and the tastes isn't as good imo

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    I'm a happy camper tonight after a trip to Kmart. This baby is a 6L 😁

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    It sounded like I really should get a 6L. The multi chef is not good? It does have a glass lid.

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    @Apple iPhart6 how did you find the dried apricot chicken? Was it ridiculously sweet or just pleasant. Was going to give that one a crack now I have myself a SCC book


 

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