Joined: Sun Sep 05, 2010 8:43 pm Posts: 10671 Location: Astoria, NY by way of San Diego, CA
I think it's just the little things that the top part slides under. it feels breakable. I'm super careful with mine, but i love it so much! i think they're also pretty good about replacing parts if your breaks.
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My plastic top part has stress fractures around the base of the cylindrical knob part. Because I stuffed two packages of frozen spinach in it. That's too much; don't try that. Other than that, I've had it almost three years and it's just fine. I've been super careful not to snap the little thingers that the top part slides under.
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Joined: Wed Oct 20, 2010 2:07 pm Posts: 1576 Location: Watertown, MA
i got one for xmas too! I am super excited and in love with it, but also paranoid about breaking it.
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Joined: Tue Nov 09, 2010 12:16 am Posts: 2725 Location: SF Bay area
Has anyone used their tofu xpress as a mold for making tofu? According to their website you can but you need the light tension spring. It's about $8 for the spring, and a plastic tofu mold on Amazon is $10. I'd rather just use my tofu xpress so I don't have to go buying more plastic, but it doesn't have drainage holes in the bottom so I'm a little concerned that it won't work well.