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- cooking, food, recipe, thermomix
- Most reviewers agree Thermonix functions well as an all-in-one
kitchen appliance that combines blender, processor, kneader,
chopper, mixer, steamer, crock-Pot, timer and kitchen scale. They
generally agree it saves space, is cheaper compared with buying
multiple devices, and that its finely-tuned design beats
competitors'. Their main criticisms are it's high price, difficult
availabilty in the US, limit to family-size capacity, and perhaps
its lack of bake and roast capabilities.
- EnglishBy saengch2013-11-05• 2,128 Views1 Like0 Dislike2 Subscribers
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- To find out basic details about Thermomix kitchen appliance from German manufacturer Vorwerk,
- To see if reviewers find it worthwhile to buy Thermomix,
- To bookmark recipes and resources on Thermomix (see Chops sectioni).
Thermomix generally receives positive reviews. Most criticisms surround these issues:
- High price,
- Non-existent sales effort in the US - apparently due to legal constraints,
- Small capacity relative to large families or industry/restaurant use,
- Tending toward convenience for warm soupy recipes,
- Can't bake and roast.
- air_fryer, cooking, food, low-fat_fryer, non-oil_fryer, recipe, thermomix
- These heat-and-air fryers may just satisfy our craving for fried
chicken wings and other fried food. Some times called non-oil
fryers, these are actually low-fat, air-fryers. They would
complement Thermomix, which can do everything else except frying.
The reviews are generally favorable. A light dose of oil or spray
is still needed to seal in the moisture - unless the food itself is
already fatty. I don't sell these machines - just researching for
myself - and might as well record the results
- EnglishBy saengch2014-12-02• 5,040 Views0 Like0 Dislike3 Subscribers
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- What are air fryer machines? What are available out there?
- How do I use them?
- What can they fry?
- Do they really cut down on frying oil?