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    Default Thermomix...

    Ok so have realized Ive not seen a thermo thread on here..maybe im just mot looking hard enough
    So yay or nay?
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    There have been a few off and on. For me- yay. I love mine!

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    There is a few around but yay from me.

    I was able to make a sauce tonight for spag bowl with 5 blended veges my children knew nothing about while they were eating it. When they had all finished I told them

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    A respectful nay for me. I like conventional pots and spoon type cooking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilypily View Post
    A respectful nay for me. I like conventional pots and spoon type cooking.
    I do to and don't use mine often to cook a whole meal. Tonight I cooked spag bowl in my cast iron pot but was able to make a healthy and delicious sauce in my Thermy.

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    It depends on what kind of things you cook. I love mine, but there are some things (eg. Soups, curries) are much better on the stove.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SalsaMama View Post
    It depends on what kind of things you cook. I love mine, but there are some things (eg. Soups, curries) are much better on the stove.
    Really? I find soups and curries much better in the tmx. All personal preference of course.

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    I've converted our traditional Indian recipes for the tmx and the taste difference is very obvious. In saying that I still use it for curries sometimes when I'm short on time.

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    Yay because I'm laaaaazy!

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    I love cooking and trying new dishes but over the time it takes and dishes it creates. An added con is my fussy toddler who'll turn her nose up at 5 out of 7 meals a week.

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