Being honest is crucial to me. I’m the kind of person who gets restless when I feel like someone has misunderstood or is uncertain about something I’ve said. I firmly believe in only recommending or promoting products that I have personally used and genuinely enjoyed. Over the years, I have tried and tested numerous kitchen tools and gadgets, some of which have been fantastic, while others have fallen short.
The Thermomix is a versatile kitchen appliance that combines multiple functions like blend, braise, chop, crush, caramelise, heat, grate, grind, juice, mix, mill, mince, puree, whip, stir, steam, sauté, stew, food quicker and easier than ever. It has individual modes that can easily weigh from 1g, cook rice, thicken sauces and custards, ferment, knead, slow-cook, sous-vide and more; it even has a self-cleaning function to do the job we all hate in the kitchen just that little bit easier.
There have been three Thermomix models available in Australia over the years. Here’s an image to assist you. There were models before these, but they were not available for purchase in Australia..
Each Thermomix model offers unique features and upgrades, such as enhanced speed settings, larger displays, and integrated recipe platforms. Read this post to see the differences between the TM5 and the TM6 models.
While the Thermomix may have a higher upfront cost, it provides exceptional value considering its extensive capabilities and time-saving benefits. There are many unbiased reviews on the internet, search, and you will find them. 😉
The Thermomix can cater to a wide range of dietary needs and cooking preferences. It offers flexibility for various recipes, including vegetarian, gluten-free, or even gourmet dishes, allowing you to unleash your creativity in the kitchen. In fact, many people with food intolerances consider it a great relief.
Your Thermomix comes with an amazing cookbook, and the later models have hundreds of recipes built in. Once you purchase a new Thermomix, you’ll also have 6 months of free access to a vast online recipe library called Cookidoo, where you can explore countless culinary possibilities. Cookidoo is a subscription-based application however, you don’t have to have it to use your Thermomix. There are also many bloggers and recipe developers like myself that share a huge range of recipes for free. If you have something in mind, simply search it on Google and type for Thermomix; you’ll surely find one that suits your needs. go on, try it. 😊
With the Thermomix, you can explore a diverse range of recipes, from quick and easy meals to elaborate desserts. It’s perfect for making soups, sauces, doughs, stir-fries, and even homemade jams or ice cream.
While the Thermomix has advanced features, it’s designed to be user-friendly, with clear instructions and intuitive controls. With a little practice, you’ll become comfortable and confident in no time. When someone purchases a Thermomix with me as their consultant, I also offer them an invitation to my Inner Circle, where I share information bit by bit so it’s easy to digest. I can also be contacted through the Inner Circle platform, where you can ask me any questions you may have.
The Thermomix is built to last, with high-quality materials and rigorous testing. Its durability ensures it will be a reliable companion in your kitchen for many years. The average lifespan is typically several years or more. In fact, I know many people that still have their TM31 machines they purchased from me around 15 years ago.
Thermomix has a dedicated support team and authorized service centres throughout Australia to assist you with any queries, replacement parts, or accessories you may need throughout your Thermomix journey.
The Thermomix is designed with safety in mind, featuring built-in safety mechanisms and clear operating instructions. Following the provided guidelines will ensure a safe and enjoyable cooking experience.
It is not possible to roast, deep fry, air fry, pressure cook, dehydrate, or freeze ice cream with this tool. However, it can easily prepare most baking recipes, and although it cannot preserve food using a water bath, it can make jams, chutneys, sauces, and much more effortlessly.