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Old December 4th, 2001, 07:49 AM
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Mixie anyone?

My wife insists no mixie comes close to Sumeet! We bought all the foreign brands. Moulinex, BRAUN, Phillips, Osterizer you name it!

She says nothing like Sumeet to do the desi masalas!

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Old December 4th, 2001, 07:53 AM
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Videsee bhabhi is absolutely right. For Indian food you need Sumit, especially for grinding coconut.

I have a Moulinex though. I cook Indian only once a week and I use the ready-made masalas. But for good Indian food, Sumit is a must.
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Videsee bhabhi is absolutely right. For Indian food you need Sumit, especially for grinding coconut.

I have a Moulinex though. I cook Indian only once a week and I use the ready-made masalas. But for good Indian food, Sumit is a must.
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Old December 4th, 2001, 08:03 AM
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Old December 4th, 2001, 08:17 AM
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Any idea what is the price of Sumeet in India? I bought a Moulinex here for 120 Swiss Francs (approx. Rs. 4500). I think I'll use the Moulinex until it breaks down and then buy a Sumeet.
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Any idea what is the price of Sumeet in India? I bought a Moulinex here for 120 Swiss Francs (approx. Rs. 4500). I think I'll use the Moulinex until it breaks down and then buy a Sumeet.
One insight of Sumeet: It fails in the continuous operation Temperature test so beware........ buy something which has been tested to the SAFETY Satandards..... just to be on safer side.

otherwise Sumeet mixie should be around 2500/ IRe
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Any idea what is the price of Sumeet in India? I bought a Moulinex here for 120 Swiss Francs (approx. Rs. 4500). I think I'll use the Moulinex until it breaks down and then buy a Sumeet.
I think Sumeet Food processer is cost's around Rs 5000 in India also.

Chachu dear! Chachi jaan is 100% right,no other MIXIE is good for Indian food.
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Reker pai.. ye IRe kyaa hota hai? Irish currency? Indian rupee is known as INR.
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Reker pai.. ye IRe kyaa hota hai? Irish currency? Indian rupee is known as INR.
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Agar mera GK thik hai to BRand SUMEET Hona chahiye, Owner ke sabse chotey bete ka naam hai Bhai
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Arrey nahi mere dost ko pata chala to muze bolega gahr me Sumeet ki Mixie free lekar gaya aur marketing dhang se nahi ki

Peepulz...peepulz...you are missing the subtle point here. Recker knows the owner of Sumeet personally. Or maybe his son

Vid Pai...sorry, i got nothing to say in this mixer post of yours. Real men don't need Mixers. They use hands and feet.
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Vid Pai...sorry, i got nothing to say in this mixer post of yours. Real men don't need Mixers. They use hands and feet.
You disappoint me Biggie! Somehow I always pictured you as picking up khopra laung elaichi dhaniya and gnashing them into a real mix with those incisors and canines! And after majestically masticating ( ) PRESTO the job is done!

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Sumeet for Indian 'conditions'

Sumeet is the mixie for Indian 'conditions'. It bears the load of grinding coconut and all the countless variations of masalas AND also the MERCILESS handling by Indian housewives.
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