Best way to mix shakes and soups?

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  1. lou49

    lou49 Full Member

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    Have a blender but it isn't so good and useless when you put in icecubes. Any recommendations out there? I know Mike recommends the Argos one (and I have some Nectar points I could use) but anything simpler and cheaper?
    Thanks - Louise
     
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    I got a handheld blender when I was doing Cambridge and that works a treat. If you use ice then it is probably best to crush the ice in a pestle and mortar first, otherwise, like happened to me, the thing smokes and the blade breaks!! I can't stand the lumps so I always have to use the handblender (whisk it quickly first). I have just bought a mini battery one on ebay as well.
     
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    i use a blender - mine cost £20 for asda and is glass. It says it is suitable for crushing ice and i have to say hasnt let me down yet!!!

    I cant stand lumpy shakes. YUCK
     
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    i use a hinari genie from TJ Huges 19.99, its excellent and has the bonus that the only washing up is the cup you make it in,
     
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