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    Do I? Don't I? They were vile last time I tried, but maybe I'll get just the one next week.... Hmmm.
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    Go for it Nic

    I'm usually Mrs Chocolate but after 2 mixups at the pharmacy I had 1 week of just Vanilla (still not keen) and this last week I was expecting all chocolate and I went home with a mixed bag of all 4 flavours. Rang the pharmacy when I got home and realised what they'd done. They were happy for me to come back and swap and apologised a lot. I hated the chicken soup last time I did this, mostly because I couldn't stand the lumps, I could never get it smooth, taste also questionable. So I decided on Monday night to have a go at the soup. Even if I had to leave it to cool and chug it down like medicine I ended up mixing it in my shaker with cold water and poured it into a mug and microwaved to heat it up. WOW. How nice it was! Don't know if it's just my tastebuds that have changed, but I do suspect it's the recipe too. Ended up swapping the 8 strawberry for 4 chocolate and 4 chicken soup

    Kay x x x

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    I have always liked the soup... But only made in a saucepan with 450ml of water...

    Cold Water in first add the powder stir with a whisk stir occasionally while it heats up... As soon as it starts to simmer it's done...

    Not only does it make me feel like I'm cooking myself something, but i have it in a bowl at the table so it feels like I'm having a proper meal...

    Lush..,

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    yay!!!! my soup team mates!!! soupastars! except u goose but i think if u try it one more time with the curry ul be convinced!!!!! if not i'll take a 2lb disadvantage this week. .....no....wait!!! i take that back!!!!! lol

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    At first I couldn't bear the soup but when it got tha I just couldn't warm up I found it really comforting. I have it at night just before bed. I make mine just like the shakes except using boiling water. The hand blender makes it really smooth.

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    Peppermint tea or curry???? Please share your legal twists to add flavour to this diet...

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    Peppermint tea has been my blessing. I take nearly all my water allowance that way, it's so warm and comforting and sometimes if you're peckish it takes the edge off. Is curry allowed now? When I first did this diet we weren't even allowed black pepper

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    Red bush is also nice and sparkling water for a bit of luxury lol

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    Hi may going shopping for peppermint tea. As for curry didn't think sooooooooo but saw someone mention it to flavour soup or something but can't find comment again... :-)

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    Ive just discovered peppermint tea and its got me through some tough days, its just a nice refreshing taste and seems to cleanse your pallet a little bit from that fury mouth feeling too.

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