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  1. riggwelter

    riggwelter Member

    The savoury packs say not to use boiling water. I do because they are unpalatable otherwise. Is there any reason why I should not continue?
     
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  3. flirty40greeneyes

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    If you add boiling water directly to the soups/shakes they can curdle. Think it has something to do with the skimmed milk powder and boiling water.
    I always add a little cold water to mine and make up in a paste then add slightly off the boil water. It doesn't seem to make any difference to the taste.
    Hope that helps!
     
  4. Coley

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    yeah...they mean boiling....as in straight from the kettle after it's boiled. It's best to leave it to cool for a few mins as freshly boiled water destroys some of the nutrients in your packs.....thats all.:)
     
  5. Isis

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    Hi,

    I make mine up in the same way that Beverley does here and it's easier to get rid of any lumps too!!:D :D
     
  6. palmettofairy

    palmettofairy Full Member

    I didnt know no boiling water, my lack of Swedish strikes again!! I always wandered why I could not get rid of lumps. You learn something new everyday. Thanks for the info.
     
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