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Quick question, what's a mouli?

(15 Posts)
WideWebWitch Fri 31-Dec-04 15:51:01

My step sister wants to cook a recipe and it says 'take one mouli'. Doubt Asda will have one but she'd like to know anyway! TIA.

NameChangingMancMidlander Fri 31-Dec-04 15:52:07

Mouli ? I remember a mouli as being a type of grater !

hoxtonchick Fri 31-Dec-04 15:53:32

isn't it one of those pureeing things only ever used to make baby food?

iota Fri 31-Dec-04 15:53:45

Its a vegetable

WideWebWitch Fri 31-Dec-04 15:54:13

No no its definitely food!

iota Fri 31-Dec-04 15:54:34

sort of like a white carrot - google mooli in images and see lots

Doddle Fri 31-Dec-04 15:55:29

it's a huge white radish type thing

WideWebWitch Fri 31-Dec-04 15:55:49

Ah! Thanks iota. What sort of vegetable? Is there a substitute?

WideWebWitch Fri 31-Dec-04 15:56:26

Thank you, sorry cross posted. She thinks she'll try to manage without it!

iota Fri 31-Dec-04 15:58:27

mouli the pureer here
http://www.chefworks-santacruz.com/html/body_utensilpics.html

JanH Fri 31-Dec-04 15:58:35

mouli
mooli

It's a radish!!!

iota Fri 31-Dec-04 15:59:22

jan - snap

JanH Fri 31-Dec-04 16:02:32

KangaSantaMummy Fri 31-Dec-04 17:04:58

we ahve got an old fashioned mouli grater that is hand held and is brill for grating cheese

but anyway love the weird looking carrot/radish looking thing in photo

WideWebWitch Fri 31-Dec-04 17:17:03

Ah, well that's a spelling mistake in Olive magazine then, it definitely said 'take a mouli' rather than a MOOLI. Not that I knew what a Mooli was either! Thanks all!

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