Remoska cookers (merged)

just wondering if anyone has used one of these (as sold by Lakeland!) and what they thought to it ..?

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  • Angela
    Angela Posts: 1,533 Forumite
    I bet 160 has one of these as there sold in Lakeland lol
  • Pat__3
    Pat__3 Posts: 2,880 Forumite
    Pardon my ignorance, what are they ???

    Please tell :)
  • I have one of these and I think its great.Especially if youve got fussy eaters.its ideal for cooking smaller items ie acouple of sausages, pies etc.Basically its like a small oven and hardly uses any electricity.I just wish Id got the larger one.

    Unfortunatly for me the larger one came out after Id brought mine.

    Have also used it in our caravan for doing thing like baked potatoes and chicken portions.would be good for campers who have electrical hookup.
  • 16011996
    16011996 Posts: 8,313
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    me?? have one of these?? :o i do actually, though haven't used it for ages, but off to get it out, it was fabulous i seem to remember, but can't remember why i stopped using it. let me have a think.

    ;D
  • jaybee
    jaybee Posts: 1,553
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    Oh no! I've wondered about getting one of these for ages but never felt I could really justift the cost as they are quite expensive. Trouble is, now I've gone and bought a slow cooker (thanks to al the scrummy recipes and ideas on here!). Soooo, if you all rave about the Remoska then maybe I'll have to find space for that as well!!! What a hard life!!! :-/

    My first slow cooker meal is bubbling away as I write this - smells great! ;D
  • Whats wrong with a microwave!!
  • crana9
    crana9 Posts: 141 Forumite
    uh, nothing, but you can't really make some things in there now can you.

    being as at the moment i have 2 plug-in electric hobs and a microwave (shared with 3 flatmates), i thought it might perhaps be a cunning way to extend what i can eat. although I don't really NEED it. it was just a thought anyhow.
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  • Pat__3
    Pat__3 Posts: 2,880 Forumite
    When the micro wave first come out it was said that it was to compliment your main cooker ;)

    So I find all these other bits & pieces compliment one an other, especially those with large families and those with people coming home at different times, they all help. :-/

    Each to their own I suppose ::)

    But I think there great. ;D
  • crana9
    crana9 Posts: 141 Forumite
    i dont even have a main cooker for my microwave to complement :'(
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  • 16011996
    16011996 Posts: 8,313
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    i dont even have a main cooker for my microwave to complement  :'(

    awww :'( :-*
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