Once upon a time in the Land of Oz, there were two ThermoLovers. They busily used their favourite thermal kitchen appliance to prepare fast and easy, healthy meals for themselves, their families and friends. They loved their thermal kitchen appliance so much and talked about it so much that they decided to talk to others about this amazing machine with four blades. And thus, in May 2013, The 4 Blades: the podcast was born.[caption id=attachment_7208 align=alignright width=448] The 4 Blades Magazine is a fabulous, self-published digital magazine by and for Thermomix users[/caption]Then, on the other side of the Land of Oz, there was someone who didn’t love her thermal mixer and who started a long journey to get to know it. They watched each other from afar, comparing their love for the amazing 4-bladed appliance. And one day they pooled their resources and in November of 2014 a great digital magazine for thermal mixer users was born.Readership has grown in just a short while and The 4 Blades magazine now has over 5,000 monthly subscribers.[caption id=attachment_7209 align=alignleft width=400] The Road to Loving My Thermomix tells the story of how one person struggled to use and love their Thermomix[/caption]I really admire Bec, Joe and Peta. They’re young, bright and creative, and they have listened to their guts, forgotten to be afraid and made a dream come true. And their recipes are brilliant! In case you don’t yet know The 4 Blades Magazine, here’s what they say about it on their website: “The 4 Blades Magazine is the interactive digital magazine for thermo mixers, available for Apple and Android mobile devices. Each month we bring you new beautiful cooking ideas for use with your thermo mixer.” Not bad, eh?Each issue of The 4 Blades Magazine is jam-packed with 40 tried and tested recipes, thanks to a panel of over 70 recipe testers around the world. And of course, they also include recipes from other Thermomix bloggers such as yours truly, thank you very much
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