This $1,300 countertop cooker ain't cheap, but it is drool-worthy
So how much are you willing to pay for a machine that does everything, even steaming vegetables and fish?
Well, if you're interested in a Thermomix TM5, you're looking to put down about $1,300.
Now this is actually a multi-cooker that lives up to its expectations.
It performs all the tasks that it promised at a proficient level or even above.
I made a little bit of everything with the thermomix.
Soup, cookie dough, bread dough, even ice cream and later milk shakes.
Plus the thermamix is easy to use and a big part of that is because of the disc that comes with the thermamix that's packed with a book of basic recipes.
You can get a hard copy of this book as well And that has some really helpful tips on how to convert your own recipes to thermal mix recipes.
Now, do you have an extra 1300 dollars lying around?
Go ahead and get one of these for your counter top.
If not, you might just have to pawn after this wonderful appliance.
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