Battery Powered Blender?

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  1. lufinn

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    Hi,

    I'm off camping next week and since camping food isn't exactly gourmet food I've decided to carry on with CD as much as I can (I'm on 790).
    I'm not crazy about the tetras and so I'm wondering if anyone can recommend any kind of battery-powered device to make my shakes? I like most of my shakes hot and quite frothy.
    Thanks
     
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  3. I will do it this time!

    I will do it this time! Full Member

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    Hi Don't know of a blender, but I sued to have a little battery whizzy thing, I used to use it to make my hot chocolate and it stopped the lumps.
    I don't know the name buit know they sell them in Ikea...
    Maybe someone will come up with something different?
     
  4. canireallydothis!!

    canireallydothis!! Gold Member

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    Mines an aerolatte, you can get them off ebay, and in department stores, I thought it was ace!!!
     
  5. lufinn

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    hi,
    Thanks for the replies.
    I've ordered one of these from Ebay:
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    Hopefully it will do the trick:)
     
  6. LAINEY

    LAINEY Cambridge Diet Counsellor

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    I've managed to find a slim battery operated whisk, called Funky Frother!! I got my lot (cleared the whole shelf out!!!) from House of Fraser kitchen ware department. Cost around £2 each - bargain! Take AA batteries. It's about the size of bat.op toothbrush if that helps to visualise! Sold the lot to clients who have blender-free days/jobs. Problem is, H.of.F can't get them in stock quick enough for me at the mo - they're having a refurb - very inconvienent!!! Good luck - enjoy your camping trip! The mug you've ordered looks ideal! May have to try that out methinks!!
     
  7. Kath

    Kath Water water everywhere

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    My husband used to use one of those for work :) You do get the odd lump in it he said but it was better than he expected
     
  8. lufinn

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    That's good to hear kath - thanks. i don't mind the odd lump.

    Only problem is that it didn't arrive in time for my holiday (in fact it still hasn't arrived!)
     
  9. Kath

    Kath Water water everywhere

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    Oh no what a shame! What did you do?
     
  10. lufinn

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    Emmmmmmmm:sign0007::sign0007::sign0007:

    But I'm back on track today. I decided SS is needed for a week anyway to get back on track (I had been doing 790). I seem to have only put on 2lbs which is not bad considering......
     
  11. Kath

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    I think just a 2lb gain is brilliant :) and being back on track is fantastic :)

    Go for it, you will do it :) Need any help give me a shout :)
     
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