I bought my Thermomix in easy stage payments. I also save for things but I have separate saving boxes...it soon adds up if you don't dip in for spending on junk!
Times are hard but the one thing about a Thermomix is that you can make the most wonderful meal from the least ingredients. Tomorrow I have my 'cupboard dinner day' I search out everything that has been opened or needs using up and we have soup from any veg, bread made from all sorts of grains and nuts etc which I can grind up. Lovely dips and sauces to go with rissols etc. There is always something that can be madeinto something else and all those cheese rinds and ends that have gone too hard for even a Magimix, get ground up and made into a beautiful veloute cheese sauce, or cheese scones in the Thermomix. Stuff that would be wasted otherwise. Anything really old, out of date or not fancied gets ground up for the quail who lay abundant eggs daily which we have as a starter with celery salt. As for the lady who thought the Yorkshire puddings looked flat...Thermomix is fail safe with those. I could never make really good ones before...now I sell 100's to the local pub for Sunday lunches.
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