FROZEN SHAKES

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  1. cazzy b

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    just wondering has anyone tried freezing their shakes like an ice cream and is it any good?
     
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    Hmmmm,certainly haven't thought of it,maybe an idea!!

    But then again,don't they have to be consumed within 15minutes of making them as you loose all of the nutrients if you don't.
     
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    genious!!!!
    ive never herd that before hun
     
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    my pharmacist said you must drink it within 15mins of making it. i think it says it on the back of the bag too but i really am too lazy to get up and check. but sounds like a good idea. i put ice cubes.. or really really cold water... drowns out the taste!
     
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    i think you have to drink them in 15 mins as a shake but if you freeze them ?????
     
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    Yep,on the bag:

    "Drink within 15mintues of mixing"
     
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    i doubt you will lose all the nutrients freezing them, im guessing its gonna be like frozen veg as soon as the veg is picked starts losing its goodness but when its frozen keeps it all

    just a guess but i dunno for sure
     
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    could be interested, i hav some spare, might make one
     
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    go for it, and let us all know if its good or crappy
     
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