cooking the soup

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  1. ~nix~

    ~nix~ Silver Member

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    ooh i tried to make them crisps.....

    I made the soup mixture almost to like a batter consistancy... put small spoonfulls onto baking sheet and microwaved for 1 minute doing small batches

    it certainly made a few..but they where doughey on the middle.. im not sure i cooked them enough at all. or even did it right i migt not have left them long enough to dry?

    hate to think what i big one would have gone like... any advice?
     
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    ohtobeslinky Silver Member

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    You have to make them very thin and keep popping them in and out of the microwave so they cook and set - then cook and set - then cook and set! It's tedious but I promise it does work. And eat them cold - not warm! x
     
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    Don't microwave the shakes/soups. You 'zap' all the nutrients that your body needs. Not a good idea when yer on so few calories and the bare minimum nutrients a day.
     
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