Rina
The easiest way is when there is no choice. But then he appears and flour comes with him - more expensive or cheaper, more or less, purple speckled or ...

Here we continue to help each other go through these very flours of choosing such a useful pot - a multicooker.


First part HERE

irintya
Good people tell me! Today I decided to go buy a multicooker! Stopped at 2x: POLARIS PMC 0508D and POLARIS PMC 0512 AD, which is better? and is there a milk porridge mode in 0512?
IRR
Quote: irintya

Good people tell me! Today I decided to go buy a multicooker! Stopped at 2x: POLARIS PMC 0508D and POLARIS PMC 0512 AD, which is better? and is there a milk porridge mode in 0512?
we have a topic on polaris here. go read and ask around
MariV
Quote: julifera

I take out the flour from the bag with these spoons from the cartoon, pour it into a sieve, like a scoop of toko spoon
Best use for these spoons! I also only use it for flour.
Remove enti from cartoons and replace with silicone ones!
Lozja
Quote: MariV

Best use for these spoons! I also only use it for flour.
Remove enti from cartoons and replace with silicone ones!

Manufacturers will not do this, it is not profitable for them, there will be no necessary wear and tear of pots, multi will last forever and no one will buy new pots.
And so now in everything, they are specially made for wear.
Ikra
Lozja , well, what are we for? Outsmart them, buy silicone, and we'll be fine
Lozja
Quote: Ikra

Lozja , well, what are we for? Outsmart them, buy silicone, and we'll be fine

It is so, just every time you have to warn buyers who have the first cartoon, so that they forget about this spoon, which lies next to the multi in the box.
tanya123
Good day!
Advise me, as an amateur, which multicooker to pick ...
I really want not to be mistaken with the choice, but after reading the forum, my eyes from the choice just fled ...
I want her to have the maximum set of functions, and of good quality, for the money, as the spouse said, you can not choose, so ...
sazalexter
Quote: tanya123

Good day!
Advise me, as an amateur, which multicooker to pick ...
I really want not to be mistaken with the choice, but after reading the forum, my eyes from the choice just fled ...
I want her to have the maximum set of functions, and of good quality, for the money, as the spouse said, you can not choose, so ...
Very decent slow cooker, one drawback is the price of Cooku 1054 https://Mcooker-enn.icdself.com/index.php@option=com_smf&topic=1494.0
https://Mcooker-enn.icdself.com/index.php@option=com_smf&board=465.0
IRR
Quote: sazalexter

Very decent slow cooker, one drawback is the price of Cooku 1054 https://Mcooker-enn.icdself.com/index.php@option=com_smf&topic=1494.0
https://Mcooker-enn.icdself.com/index.php@option=com_smf&board=465.0
the new year has begun and sazalexter all about his ... Sasha !!!! every sandpiper praises his cuckoo ... Tanya123, if you have a lot of money, take the Cuckoo.
tanya123
Any other options?
And then the price really shocked me a little ...
Elena Bo
First, decide what you need: a multicooker (does not cook quickly) or a multicooker-pressure cooker (for quick cooking).
tanya123
Probably still a multicooker-frying pan!
Keti
Quote: tanya123

Probably still a multicooker-frying pan!


This is DEKH - replaces the frying pan with a run, fries it even more.

Happy New Year!
lina
and hello again, my kitchen will not meet with a multicooker. Little Panasonic or Little Moulinex? That a small (2.5-3 l saucepan) is not negotiable. and not a pressure cooker, I'm afraid of them
IRR
Quote: Lina

and hello again, my kitchen will not meet with a multicooker. Little Panasonic or Little Moulinex?

Linochka, small. Panasonic (if we are talking about these 2): secret: The service providers have big claims for mulinexes ...
dandelion
Quote: Lina

Irr, thanks, friend, do you know other little multi?

Why do we need others if there is a Panasonic
rusja
Quote: Lina

do you know other little multi?
In Ukraine, of the small ones, there is also a 3 liter Liberton, which is kind of an analogue of SUPRA. Sorry, sho I'm not IRRa
IRR
Quote: rusja

In Ukraine, of the small ones, there is also a 3 liter Liberton, which is kind of an analogue of SUPRA. Sorry, sho I'm not IRRa
there is no supra small, Olya! They have only 5 liters. we have 3 liter libertones. Lina! Siberia is big, where do you live? I looked at the map, it reminded me of PAMIR I have a window in Samara (like Stirlitz has to Switzerland) I transferred Koshatnitsa to Chelebinsk through it. By chance, you can't see Chelyabinsk from your window?
IRR
Quote: dandelion

And why do we need others if there is a Panasonic

well ... kagby ... sports interest - how does my husband differ from the neighbor's and the curiosity of a technical nature ...: hi: ahh, I forgot - the price there is 3 times less. (now I will count for sure, not the fact that at 3) Panasonic is small about 134 us. e. small liberton is about 50 cu. e (56 found outright)
dandelion
In Siberia, there is definitely no liberton .... it seems.
lina
Chelyabinsk, you say? Nooooooo, not visible! we have Panasonic, Moulinex, Polaris. Supra I saw.
Ikra
I would take Panasonic, and I wouldn’t take a steam bath. I’m just a little one, and it makes me happy and happy. Compact and understands everything
About Mulinex I will say this: I was at an event in the summer where there were master classes on the Mulinex technique, somehow ... with advertising purposes somewhere ... It was a pity to look at the people - the stove does not heat, the blender barely turns and etc. Well it!
Although a friend of about fifteen years old is continuously plowing their grinder, which is rather flimsy in appearance, but in which she only does not crush stones. But, it seems to me, then it was made by some other pens
dandelion
Quote: Ikra

I would take Panasonic, and I wouldn’t take a steam bath. I’m just a little one, and it makes me happy and happy. Compact and understands everything
About Mulinex I will say this: I was at an event in the summer where there were master classes on the Mulinex technique, somehow ... with advertising purposes somewhere ... It was a pity to look at the people - the stove does not heat, the blender barely turns and etc. Well it!
Although a friend of about fifteen years old is continuously plowing their grinder, which is rather flimsy in appearance, but in which she only does not crush stones. But, it seems to me, then it was made by some other pens

I agree completely.
Quote: Lina

Chelyabinsk, you say? Nooooooo, not visible! we have Panasonic, Moulinex, Polaris. Supra I saw.
the price difference is not great. As for example liberton about 50 cu. e and a slightly better quality liberton about 75 cu. e
IRR
Quote: dandelion

I agree completely. the price difference is not great. As for example liberton about 50 cu. e and a slightly better quality liberton about 75 cu. e

once ... I didn’t understand the price difference between liberton and liberton ...
dandelion
Quote: IRR

once ... I didn’t understand the price difference between liberton and liberton ...

I put it figuratively. The price of Panas is not too high in relation to the price of a supra or polaris. And the quality is higher.
IRR
Quote: dandelion

I put it figuratively. The price of Panas is not too high in relation to the price of a supra or polaris. And the quality is higher.

elderberry in the garden and in Kiev uncle, sorry for the oral people. creation. I understand that Line need small. multicooker, where does the supra or polaris? They are 5 liters ...
Elenka
I would take Panasonic. The problem with the saucepan, or rather with its coating, can eventually be solved at Sibovar.
And in terms of functionality, it is better, what can I say ...
And it is compact, lightweight, even if you wear it under your arm.
dandelion
Quote: IRR

elderberry in the garden and in Kiev uncle, sorry for the oral people. creation. I understand that Line need small. multicooker, where does the supra or polaris? They are 5 liters ...
I know. There was just such advice ..
Quote: rusja

In Ukraine, of the small ones, there is also a 3 liter Liberton, which is kind of an analogue of SUPRA. Sorry, sho I'm not IRRa
And I wanted to say, sho supra will be worse than Panasonic, I just wanted to politely say: girl_red: But it turned out as always
Elenka
See what budget MV I found Multicooker Vinis VMC-5010C
Choosing a slow cooker, pressure cooker, rice cooker (2)
3D heating (top, bottom, side)
Microprocessor control of cooking
8 automatic cooking programs: Rice / Porridge / Pilaf, Yoghurt, Steaming, Stewing, Soup / Borsch, Potatoes, Jam, Baking
Cooking time regulation
Cooking a variety of dishes
Unique compact design
LCD display
Cooking container 5 l, thickness 2mm
Non-stick coating
Accessories: steamer, spoon, scoop, measuring cup
15 hour post-stitch timer
Preservation of dishes in heating mode (up to 13 hours)
220V, 50Hz
IRR
Quote: Elenka

See what budget MV I found Multicooker Vinis VMC-5010C

yeah, Helen, yogurt, stewing, but, it seems, no one else has but 5 liters again ...
dandelion
Quote: IRR

h-yes .... what?

For example, now the girl's Cake "Chocolate on boiling water" does not come out in the supra. Someone else had problems in the cooking process (I read it when I was choosing a model myself). Therefore, I want to advise others ...
IRR
Quote: dandelion

For example, now the girl's Cake "Chocolate on boiling water" does not come out in the supra. Someone else had problems in the cooking process (I read it when I was choosing a model myself). Therefore, I want to advise others ...
at Elenki ours, too, did not get chocolate at one time in Panasonic ... she will come to tell ... and HERE HERE BOOM on this boiling water in Liberton - an analogue of SUPRA... flip through 5 pages of baked goods
dandelion
Quote: IRR

at Elenki ours, too, did not get chocolate at one time in Panasonic ... she will come to tell ... and HERE HERE BOOM on this boiling water in Liberton - an analogue of SUPRA... flip through 5 pages of baked goods

I'm a layman on the computer. Please send a girl to this address. Sorry for her, 6 times failure. We need help.
IRR
Quote: dandelion

I'm a layman on the computer. Please send a girl to this address. Sorry for her, 6 times failure. We need help.

she does not work in Panasonic either, the technology must be mastered here
Elenka
IrochkaI'm not for lines advertised the new MV, and for those who still need it - just my find.
And about the cake on boiling water, your truth, it turned out but only after 3 years. I tried it periodically and everything was unsuccessful - in the trash, but it came out. (All experiments took place in Panasonic)
It's just that this sponge cake is specific and you shouldn't judge CF by it.
For the test, I would suggest baking a regular biscuit, for example, or, say, a honey cake from Shula.
rusja
Quote: Elenka

See what budget MV I found Multicooker Vinis VMC-5010C
Lena, there was already a conversation about her in our village:
https://Mcooker-enn.icdself.com/index.php@option=com_smf&topic=149740.0
She's mowing, there is the freshest review from January 8, but not only here I read reviews that people are winding circles around her, on which prog is it more worthwhile to cook something.
Vinis is not ice on other products either, but here in general it has gone
Elenka
Well, wow MV Vinis is one big problem.
lina
Girls, thank you very much everyone for your help. That's a Panasonic, then. It remains to find it within walking distance not for 4999 rubles, but this is much easier.
Elenka, thanks for the clarification "easy" this is relevant to me

Shl moulinex I have a mixer - 5 years of brutal operation, a double boiler and a meat grinder - also flawlessly. Therefore, I looked towards Moulinex.
ZZY chocolate on boiling water in the oven baked, it turned out!
Taisiya
Good day everyone!
I choose an inexpensive multicooker for myself from what is in our stores. I look closely at ORION OR-MT01, DEX DMC 50, DEX DMC 60. Tell me which one is better to choose?
I read topics about these multicooker, but I still can't decide.
IRR
Quote: Taisiya

Good day everyone!
I choose an inexpensive multicooker for myself from what is in our stores. I look closely at ORION OR-MT01, DEX DMC 50, DEX DMC 60. Tell me which one is better to choose?
I read topics about these multicooker, but I still can't decide.

I do not advise looking towards Orion. It sticks to the pan, and it is new. Dax -50 (it would be inconvenient for me to wash the lid, it is not removable). Take 60, there is a manual mode and there is still a lot of good things, for example, a yogurt program - you will, in addition to yogurt, also strain the dough, if necessary
dandelion
Tell me, pliz. How do I keep bread leaven in my cartoon?
Taisiya
IRR, the function of yogurt is not very important for me, there is a yogurt maker, and there is also a bread maker for the dough. For me, the main thing is that the control is comfortable, there are a lot of modes that are necessary, and the quality of the bucket is good. While reading topics about these CFs, Dex is really better judging by the reviews.I have not completely read all the topics yet
Suslya
dandelion, why should there be sourdough in the cartoon? As far as I know, the best temperature for her growth is 27-28 C .. and how many degrees will there be in your cartoon?
IRR
Quote: Suslya

dandelion, why should there be sourdough in the cartoon? As far as I know, the best temperature for her growth is 27-28 C .. and how many degrees will there be in your cartoon?

well ... I think - like in an apartment ... that is, the ambient temperature
Gasha
Dandelion, intrigued to no way !!! Explain to the people why keep the leaven in the cartoon?

You sho there? Growing or storing?
dandelion
Yes, I haven't done anything with her in CF yet, because I don't know how and why. But I heard sho people are doing, which means I need to. So I'm trying to figure it out. I think MV maintains the temperature and there is no draft in it, but these are my assumptions
IRR
Quote: dandelion

Yes, I haven't done anything with her in CF yet, because I don't know how and why. But I heard sho people are doing, which means I need to. So I'm trying to figure it out. I think MV maintains the temperature and there is no draft in it, but these are my assumptions

on maintaining heat in MV 80 gr, she will die there 3 times the death of the brave ...
Gasha
Quote: dandelion

But I heard sho people are doing.
I think MV maintains the temperature and there is no draft in it, but these are my assumptions

Where? Where have you heard? we also went - listened ...

Dandelion, in order for the leaven to grow, it first of all needs air! It is covered either with gauze, or the lid of the jar is slightly opened so that it breathes. A slow cooker is a big thermos! The leaven will suffocate there. We have a wonderful section Starter cultures , a bunch of information is collected there, you read and figure out what's what!
Luysia
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