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    can super speed soup be frozen?

    and if yes ends it still taste as good once thawed and reheated? many thanks

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    yep and yep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by green eyed monster View Post
    yep and yep.

    Quoted for truth! Don't be put off if it looks a bit odd when it's thawed - as it reheats it will all come together!
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    I had this for lunch today :-)

    Last week at taster night a girl in group blended the left over speed soup down and used it as a pasta sauce, I thought this was a great idea :-) :-)
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    Yep, it will fine

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    I made this tonight and it was lovely. I added a fat reduced sausage chopped up for 1 syn and some tiny pasta shells to make it like a cassoulet type thing. Really glad I stumbled across this thread which gave me the recipe idea. Thanks everyone!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pootle View Post
    I made this tonight and it was lovely. I added a fat reduced sausage chopped up for 1 syn and some tiny pasta shells to make it like a cassoulet type thing. Really glad I stumbled across this thread which gave me the recipe idea. Thanks everyone!
    sounds delicious.!


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