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Sorry guys, if this is a repeat of a post, but not able to do a proper search...

Can I ask advice on a fail-proof egg free cake? Nuts and chocolate are okay.
Its my in-laws anniversary on sunday and I would like to bake an egg free cake for them..
Please also direct me to some good icing recipes..

JulieO, that photo of yours is so tempting, strange that my recipe did not turn out the way you all describe it...
I may have to give it another try, probably I messed up with the measurements, it was too watery and also sour due to the tomatoes I used...

I have actually made all the three from the cookbook,

My favorites in the following order :

Best is the vegetable soup with variations (used potato, carrot, zucchini and spinach) - hearty, simple and delicious
Pumpkin soup - good but not up to the mark, need to try tweaking a little bit
Tomato soup - dissatisfied, not sure if I had done something wrong, but it was too watery and bland..

CreamPuff, let me know how you go with the tomato soup :)

Bread / Re: Making bread question
« on: February 17, 2015, 08:46:13 am »
Thanks chookie and CreamPuff :) I knew I could always rely on this forum even for my stupid questions..

And Chookie, as you said I love the idea of having homemade bread, now with a thermomix, its so much more easier... I just go crazy with the smell of freshly baked bread, its just out of this world   :D Loving the recipes i have tried already but searching for one which my 14 month old will eat anytime... dont want to give her white bread..

Sorry to add another question but since I am new to bread making, what do we use the lid for? I dont think we bake in a tin with lid, right? Or is it to store the baked bread?

Thanks for bearing with me :)

Bread / Best loaf tin for bread?
« on: February 17, 2015, 04:17:13 am »
Probably some stupid questions for experts,

I have tried Buttermilk bread and Helene's dark rustic bread, loved the results but the loaf was not as big as a normal supermarket bread. So my question, what is the ideal size of a loaf tin to get a proper slice :)

And also any pointers where I can get a good loaf tin?

Non Food Recipes / Re: Miracle spray
« on: February 08, 2015, 10:50:14 pm »
That's actually a cool idea Karen, never thought of it, I use the IKEA plastic brushes to clean bathrooms at times, but this is a good one to use with cleaning products :)

Non Food Recipes / Re: Miracle spray
« on: January 30, 2015, 03:56:05 am »
Hope no one minds me bumping this recipe, it sounds like a very interesting mix. And from the reviews, surely something to try!
Hubby has made a vinegar and dishwashing liquid mixture which we safely use to clean bub's high chair and kitchen, without the guilt of using chemicals... But for the floorboards I still use pine o clean, surely gonna try this and avoid the store bought chemicals :)

Thank you guys, got the recipe from Judy :) Will give it a go!

Can someone please share the recipe, I have been wanting to try a cheesecake recipe for ages, and I think its time ;)
Looking at the reviews, this looks like a perfect one for my first trial :)

Vegetarian / Re: Zucchini Cream Sauce (with photo)
« on: January 28, 2015, 09:34:23 pm »
Thanks for the recipe Farfallina, I made this yesterday night as a pasta sauce and it turned out beautifully, tasted yumm and loved the fact that it was quick and healthy  :)

Introduce Yourself / Re: Hi another from Brissie
« on: January 13, 2015, 09:07:47 pm »
Thanks Cass, will surely check out :)

Introduce Yourself / Re: Hi from Down Under
« on: January 09, 2015, 02:41:00 am »
Thanks everyone for the warm welcome :) I am already in love with this forum, have browsed through so many recipes, and makes me feel good how everyone tries each others recipe and takes the time to reply and appreciate!

When I said Down under, I didnt realize how many of you are from Australia  ;)
I am from Sydney..

Introduce Yourself / Re: Hi another from Brissie
« on: January 09, 2015, 01:01:38 am »
Welcome Cass, I am a newbie as well and observed that you are a vegetarian too.
Could you share the recipe of protein balls you make so that I can give it a go?  :)

Introduce Yourself / Hi from Down Under
« on: January 09, 2015, 12:26:43 am »
Hi everyone,

This is PD from Down under.
I have recently bought a TM5 and really excited about it. I keep browsing through your recipes, especially the Vegetarian section as I am one, and love love the ideas. I have a 13month old and making the most use of my thermi, whip up smoothies, soups, veg sausage rolls and the spicy vegetable muffins.

Just thought of saying Hello :)


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