In Episode 13 of The 4 Blades podcast, we had our first ever interview! We were thrilled to have the gorgeous Thermomix consultant from Adelaide, Bee Keogh of ‘Tick of Yum’, join us to celebrate the launch of her new book ‘Scents and Centsability’.
‘Scents and Centsability’ is jammed packed with ideas to clean your home without chemicals and look after your body naturally… with the help of your Thermomix, of course! Not only does Bee share recipes, but also helps you with cost estimates of buying the ‘ingredients’, where to source them from, how to store the products, and how to clean your Thermomix afterwards. At 114 pages, it is incredibly comprehensive, and we think it should be called ‘The Themomix Almanac of Natural Cleaning for the Home and Body’. Lucky for Bee, she had a much more creative title!
If you haven’t already bought one of Bee’s books, but would like to get on track to making your home chemical-free while saving some good money on the way… check it out on her website
Two lucky listeners of ‘The 4 Blades’ podcast will win a copy of ‘Scents and Centsability’, and we will arrange postage to anywhere in the world.
Simply head to our competition page to enter.
As a full time Thermomix consultant, Bee has a whole range of great tips, not just for cleaning / body products, but also for recipes, so follow her on Facebook to keep up to date on these.
Thank you Bee, for taking the time to record this podcast with us – we had some great laughs and learnt a lot on the way!