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    Default Bellini vs thermochef?? Help!!

    So i decided to definitely get a Bellini but then I stumbled on the thermochef which I hadn't heard of and now I'm sooo confused!! Definitely not getting thermomix so need to decide between these other 2. Anyone have the chef??? Looks like I could get one for 500, so nearly double Bellini is it worth it??

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    Default Bellini vs thermochef?? Help!!

    I've heard Bellini is good. The one at target
    http://www.target.com.au/p/bellini-i...km6-x/54179691
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    Why not Thermommix?

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    Probably too pricey?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    Probably too pricey?
    Yes! Thermo is $2k! Bellini is $259. But then there's thermochef for about $500. I've read some threads on here about Bellini but thermochef is new to me! I think I'll probably try Bellini as not such a big investment in case sits in the corner like the slow cooker 😁

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    There's the Bellini also in the 2nd link I added.

    I like it myself. I don't have any cooker.

    I was looking into the tefel one but that only has a book as recipe guide.

    I prefer a chip where I can follow things that way etc.

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    I have the Bellini, have had it close to 18 months now. I think a lot of the flaws of it are ones you will have in either machine. For example kneading dough can stress the motor. The recipes for each are a bit hit-and-miss, I usually just use thermomix ones. It can be a pain to wash, and you are not supposed to put the Bellini jug in the dishwasher, but I have done it twice and others do it and it hasn't been a problem. The good part of Bellini is that it's through target, so easy return if it breaks

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    Well I've got one now (Bellini) fingers crossed will use it 😀


 

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