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As a wife and mother of three, feeding our family on a single income has always been a challenge...
I knew that the Thermomix would save me time and money, and was
extremely happy when I realised just how much!
Before Thermomix, my average weekly grocery spend was $318.56. With my
TM31, an average weekly grocery spend is now $238.31 - a massive saving
of $80.25 per week! Thermo Fruit Rolls from the 'Lunch Box and After
School Ideas' booklet
and Vegetable Stock Concentrate from the Everyday cookbook are my
favourites for utilising any fruit or vegetables heading towards their
use by dates.
We are also buying less takeaway. Why would we bother when I can whip
up a tasty, nutritious, restaurant-quality meal in less time than it
takes to pick up a pizza? Why would we buy commercially produced
ice-creams when we can have real fruit sorbet in a flash at a fraction
of the cost and with no nasty numbers? I love that the Everyday cookbook
recipes call for a short list of
simple, natural ingredients that are technology- and additive-free.
My 7-year-old son who is extremely fussy said that he really loves
all of the food that I am making in my new machine. He is eating things
now that he would never eat before. My only ‘worry’ is deciding how I am
going to spend my extra $80! (A weekly massage sounds nice!)
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