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#11 Thu 13 Oct 11 7:03pm

MsPablo

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Re: Assistent Food Mixer

kye in france wrote:

mummza wrote:

and now metalic red !

lol


That one stayed far too long in front of the oven. help

That's the one that'll get you through a mid-life crisis.

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#12 Thu 13 Oct 11 7:14pm

minerva

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Member since Wed 16 Jan 08

Re: Assistent Food Mixer

Does it come with gadgets for whipping & beating???

I have a leather apron somewhere (used to wear it when I was welding)

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#13 Fri 18 Nov 11 10:35am

West bay

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Re: Assistent Food Mixer

It seems like Assistent is establishing pretty good in the UK. I found them on johnlewis.com/Search/Search.aspx?SearchTerm=assistent as well now.

Understood from assistent.nu that the machine has been on the market for a long long time and that it has a very high capacity. 5 kg dough is great compared to the 1-1,5 that Kitchenaid and Kenwood can handle.

Anyone that has tried it? Guess I have to buy a machine to make an evaluation my self.

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#14 Fri 18 Nov 11 10:42am

mummza

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Re: Assistent Food Mixer

http://www.google.co.uk/search?tbm=isch … 2l82l1l1l0

No I had not tried it , or seen it ever , I would not say its that well known a brand .
(I have not seen it in John Lewis  ).
I only know of its existance because of this thread.
So sorry Westbay I am of no help to you at all !

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#15 Fri 18 Nov 11 1:48pm

West bay

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Re: Assistent Food Mixer

You are right, it is not well known at all. That is why I was surprised to find it online at John Lewis and Divertimenti. I took a look at Lakeland and they also have it online now. Since it has qualified for all three of them I believe it must be a good product.

I'll buy one and let you know.

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#16 Fri 18 Nov 11 10:26pm

JoyYamDaisy

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From Melbourne Australia
Member since Sun 12 Apr 09

Re: Assistent Food Mixer

Good luck with it West Bay,
It will be good to get your report! smile

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#17 Wed 25 Jan 12 8:21pm

bella12

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Member since Wed 25 Jan 12

Re: Assistent Food Mixer

If anyone is interested I have been given two, so I am going to sell the other one, they are great mixers. Let me know if you're interested at all. Many Thanks.

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#18 Mon 28 May 12 11:12am

Toons

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Member since Mon 28 May 12

Re: Assistent Food Mixer

Hello, I just subscribed. Am trying to find out where to get that great chopping machine that Jamie is using. It's the one he uses for chopping up any kind of food. Want to get one of those. Is that what you are talking about here? Know where I can fine one of these?
Best, Amy in Zurich

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