chocolate shakes

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  1. Hala

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    I want to ask will you like chocolate shakes if you love chocolate??? and is it better hot or cold??? because I like the cappuccino one and now I want to try the chocolate one
     
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    They are like chocolate milk when they're mixed cold and like option hot chocolate when mixed warm. They aren't exactly like eating a bar of chocolate more like drinking chocolate. So if you like drinking chocolate or chocolate
    milk you'll like them I think.
     
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    thank you I'll try them starting next week :)
     
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    This may sound like a silly question but do you boil the water to make them hot or put them in the microwave when they have been mixed? Thanks
     
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    Hiya,
    I've been told that you should just put them in the microwave - only a couple of the products can be mixed with boiling water (the tomato soup and possibly the rice pudding) but I think boiling water affects the nutritional value of everything else. Warm water or warming it up in the microwave should be fine :)
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    The water should be off the boil so hot but not boiling. Boil the kettle and then wait a few minutes before using it. Only t
    Some of the products should be microwaved as if affects the nutrients. You shouldn't microwave anything other than the porridge and rice pudding. Xxx
     
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    I prefer it cold but each to their own xxx
     
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    With crushed ice is my favourite. But when it's cold a warm one is really comforting!
     
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