Thermomix- are they worth the investmet?

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coffee cake
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Thermomix- are they worth the investmet?

Postby coffee cake » Fri Feb 25, 2022 8:31 am

Our magimix has finally chopped its last chop:-) Wondering whether to replace of take the plunge and get a thermomix? Does anyone have one and are they worth the hype and the investment?
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Postby Jonny Dyson Property Consultants » Fri Feb 25, 2022 1:07 pm

We were lucky enough to be given a Thermomix 18 months ago by a client, and I have to say that it's fantastic.  We are quite big 'foodies' anyway, but the Thermomix has definitely added a completely new dimension to our repertoire.  It is brilliant for new ideas, and the step by step instructions on the screen makes it an absolute doddle to use.  Even if we'd had to pay full price I would still definitely recommend it...

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Postby itsw16 » Mon Mar 07, 2022 9:02 am

Hi there
I got a thermomix 18months the ago, I loved it so much I bought my brother one for his 40th birthday so he could make my nephews yummy food.

I took my thermomix to Nigeria last year. It was amazing in so many ways. I’m also about to buy a new one so I can ship my current thermomix to Nigeria.

It’s a brilliant addition to your kitchen, especially if you are busy, on a diet, are vegan, have kids, like a variety of foods.

The most amazing thing is that my relationship with fresh foods have changed massively.

There are so many things I don’t buy in the shops anymore.

Why buy, when you can make your own better.

I can’t recommend it enough.
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Postby Andrea85 » Tue Mar 08, 2022 7:05 am

We have one and bought it full price just before lockdown 1.0 back in 2020. We love it! I could get rid of my KitchenAid and other machines as it does their jobs, too. We can perhaps use more the recipes from its own database (we often make recipes from magazines) but nevertheless, you can still use it when making other recipes (eg to do the chopping, whipping, sauteing, etc). I do think it is a real lifechanger but perhaps attend a demo with an advisor? My advisor has been great, she basically cooked a feast for me on her demo (had a 121 as others cancelled) showing me as much functionality as possible within the timeframe then she came to help us setting up the machine. She lives in Streatham and I'm very happy to connect with you her in case you don't have your own advisor..
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Postby sills21 » Tue Mar 15, 2022 12:50 pm

yes! 100% worth it. We've had one for 6 years and it's been great. Couldn't recommend more. x
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Postby Melwatk » Wed Mar 16, 2022 4:10 pm

110% worth it!!!
Had an old one (20+ years old) and, at the end of its life, got the new generation one. It’s a fantastic product, but cannot say whether less expensive competitors (if any?!) are equally good
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