This easy raw gluten-free sandwich bread is perfect for families and those who are transitioning to a raw diet. Why? Because it can be baked and/or toasted too. No matter how you slice it, this versatile bread is ideal for sharing with… everyone!
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Using Thermomix to facilitate a raw food diet of living enzymes.
Cauliflower rice (mock rice) is a quick and easy trick for turning regular fare into healthier meals. Using the reverse power of Thermomix gives a fraction of the calories of regular rice, more protein, and a lower glycemic load. Surprise yourself with this new feel-good food!
Wow — look what’s just popped up on Youtube: a video of Quirky Jo making raw cashew cream! (And there’s a bonus link to one more video…)
What happens when basil combines with lemon and sugar in the Thermomix kitchen machine? It’s a refreshingly grown-up and simply amazing treat. Get ready to astonish your friends and impress yourself!
A surprising green gem from the people who know asparagus best — the asparagus farmers! This raw asparagus recipe is healthy, and super fast with Thermomix.
Slight tweaks to the standard Thermomix recipe make for a smooth and creamy “stout” with gingery bite. To those who are serious about ginger, it’s instantly pleasing in less than 60 seconds.
Adapted from the Sydney food blog’s Toum recipe, this Thermomixed Lebanese sauce freshens the palate like a cloud of lemon fluff with garlic-tipped wings. Poetry in your mouth? Quite simply… yes.
Britain’s Janey Lee Grace is unabashedly gushing over Thermomix. Watch to see what turns her on about the super kitchen machine we love best.
Did you know Benriner Cook Help is a perfect match for the Thermomix? See how to use this simple Japanese tool to prepare fabulously fun vegetable ‘noodles’ for steaming in the Varoma. (Makes pretty salads too.)
Another fun video production from Melbourne Thermomix consultant Steph Berg. Gather your kids around to watch mini Chef Dylan demonstrate the easy way to make Banana “Ice Cream”.
How to make fermented almond “cheese”? It’s very simple and easy with Thermomix, but you need to plan ahead and begin by soaking raw almonds.
It’s a growing resource for raw, vegan, and vegetarian recipes that are creative, easy, and elegant. Tebasile has a knack for simplicity and this makes her blog a popular destination for those of us using Thermomix for health reasons. Check it out now!
After spending two days sick in bed I decided it was time to do more than reach for another handkerchief and feel sorry for myself. It was time for a hit of serious vitamins and this refreshing drink worked like a charm, leaving me feeling MUCH better!
An improvised salad that was not intended for the blog until Gretchen from Australia saw it on the Bimby Diary page and asked about it — so here we are. Little jewels of color and flavor harken to the land of Ali Baba.
For breakfast this morning I decided to try making raw oatmeal in the Thermomix. It was delicious and tasted better than any cooked oatmeal I have ever tried. It was also very simple to make.
A simple blog about simplifying life with the help of Thermomix. Tarah’s blog is filled with great examples of how Thermomix enhances the lives of all who choose the raw food dietary lifestyle. When Tarah began the Simplify My Life blog, she wrote: “There are other…
These are rich brownies, not-so-sweet and very chocolaty but without added sugar, flour, dairy or fat. They are extremely satisfying for anyone who loves chocolate, yet they are also healthy and gluten-free!
Thermomix is very helpful to anyone wanting to increase their percentage of raw food intake because the sensitive temperature controls allow ingredients to be added just at the critical point for best enzyme retention.