So what is a Thermomix?
What is Thermomix? Thermomix, or Bimby as it’s known in a lot of Europe, was launched in 1971! This is what Vorwerk, the company that makes Thermomix has to say on what Thermomix is…
‘Thermomix® is so much more than just a gadget – it’s an investment. If you’ve never seen or used a Thermomix® before, you’ll be amazed at how much time, effort and money it can save you. Gone are the days of pre-made sauces, frozen ready-meals and expensive takeaways, because the results you can achieve with Thermomix® are second to none. Powerful, versatile and simple to use, Thermomix® opens up a whole world of delicious and creative possibilities.
Our business is slightly different to others in that the Thermomix® is only sold by our Advisors.
Everything you need to get the very best out of your Thermomix® comes included as standard, including a fantastic cookbook with over 160 recipes. The cleverly-designed accessories will help you save space in the kitchen by eliminating the need for a wide range of bowls and utensils!’
To book a demonstration or to buy please call me on 07771 648 111 or email email@example.com
What's included with your Thermomix?
Simply put, everything. When you invest in a Thermomix you don’t need to buy any extra attachments, equipment or spare parts. The only thing you might need is a blade cover, this is a new accessory but you don’t have to have one – it’s sometimes used in sous vide & slow cooking recipes.
The accessories it comes with include the Varoma for steaming, which helps to preserve the vitamins in fresh ingredients and to cook low-fat meals. There’s also a simmering basket for cooking side dishes such as rice, potatoes or vegetables and for sieving fruit juices, while mousse, cream or egg whites can be whipped to perfection with the useful butterfly whisk. Even the cover for the hole in the lid of the mixing bowl doubles up as a handy measuring cup! Every accessory has been carefully engineered and ingeniously designed to ensure that you can enjoy the full range of possibilities from your Thermomix from day one.
Your Thermomix comes complete with everything you need, including:
VAROMA (steaming basket at top of Thermomix – this has two trays)
SIMMERING BASKET (used to cook rice, potatoes, can be used as a strainer, sits inside the ‘bowl’)
BUTTERFLY WHISK (used for whipping up meringues, sorbet, ice cream etc)
BOWL (this is what you call the jug type bowl that you see with the handle)
MEASURING CUP (this sits in the lid to stop splashes and is removed when using the Varoma)
THERMOMIX SPATULA (really clever design – I’ll show you at your demo)
‘Simple Ideas’ COOKBOOK
When you purchase a Thermomix ®, it’s not just hardware and software that are included in the price – you’ll also receive fantastic support from your local Advisor (me!). With free cooking demonstrations and helpful advice, your Advisor is there to support you every step of the way, whenever you need it. This support doesn’t end after you’ve made your purchase – you can stay in touch with your Advisor (me) for everything from getting started with your Thermomix ® to help with the Thermomix ® Recipe Platform, to cooking classes, recipe tips and so much more.
The standard TM6 with cookbook and accessories weighs 12 KG once boxed
OUR RECIPE PLATFORM COOKIDOO®
With Thermomix ®, you can access the extensive and ever-growing Thermomix ® Recipe Platform called Cookidoo. You can search over 70000 recipes online, on your app or you can even search on the Thermomix TM6 screen itself. Plan out your week and even add to your online shopping order – we currently link up to Amazon Fresh, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, Ocado and Tesco. Making planning your meals that little bit easier.
You get 6 months Cookidoo access included as standard – it’s £40 a year after that but you have 6 months to decide if you would like to continue (I think it’s well worth it!).
ON-GOING SUPPORT – the Thermomix ‘5 star service’ advisors like me offer – I have lots of free classes and demos, on zoom and in person.
In lock down my business moved to an online model and find most of my customers prefer this. I do both demos and classes online. I can also do in person sessions dependent on location – I’m based in Hampshire and I have two venues I use in Fulham, London and Caterham in Surrey too.
I organise lots of free classes both in person and on zoom. Ask to join my mailing list & follow me on instagram and Facebook to find out more about them.