Why we love our Thermomix

The Thermomix from Vorwerk has also been available on the US market for some time. The kitchen device described as the “German iPhone” is very popular in Germany. The Americans criticize, however, the exceptionally high price of 1300 dollars. I explain in this article why my wife and I still can’t do without it.

René Junge


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First of all: the manufacturer of this device does not pay me. Neither my wife nor I have any connections to Vorwerk, and the article does not contain any affiliate links. I’m just thrilled with the device and want to explain why.

When the Thermomix was launched in the USA, many experts tested it immediately. Everyone praised the design, functionality, and versatility of the device.

But almost all testers like Brian Koerber, Joe Ray or Adi Robertson are extremely annoyed by the price of 1300 dollars.

The unanimous opinion of the experts: The Thermomix is a luxury appliance for wealthy people who cannot cook, and it only takes up space in the kitchen.

I was original of the same opinion, but since my wife persuaded me to buy it, I can no longer imagine cooking traditionally.

What is the Thermomix?

The Thermomix is a multifunctional food processor. It mainly consists of a mixing bowl in which ingredients can be crushed, stirred, and heated.

A powerful motor ensures that you can even produce icing sugar, flour, and minced meat yourself in a matter of seconds.

But you can not only crush ingredients in the mixing bowl, but you can also cook them in it. In addition to the mixing bowl, a cooking insert and a steam attachment are also included in the scope of delivery.

In this way, it is possible to prepare several courses of a meal at the same time. For example, while a sauce is boiling up in the pot, rice can be cooked simultaneously in the cooking insert and vegetables, fish, or meat can be prepared around the steamer.

Roasting is only possible in the latest model. We have the predecessor model, which is…



René Junge

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