Thread: Roti-maker
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Old 02.10.2017, 20:32
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Re: Roti-maker

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So, just to clarify:

Food machine made in a factory at a reasonable price - not real.

Same food, made in a similar machine, but in your kitchen and which costs far more - real.

Sound logic.
How many additional additives and preservatives do you think there in a factory-made flatbread designed with a longer shelf life vs one cooked fresh at home? The reason you make such things (and almost anything else) at home is so you have it fresh from the source and so that you can control what goes in them. Shop-bought Tortillas often use transfats.

However, yeah, 1000USD is a lot for a machine with more or less one specific purpose... I'd rather learn to make them by hand.

PS: Judging from your posting today you seem to have entered some state of neurotic overdrive.

Last edited by Chuff; 02.10.2017 at 22:31.
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