God help!!

Discussion in 'Lipotrim Forum' started by ampsabelle, 10 July 2014 Social URL.

  1. ampsabelle

    ampsabelle Well-Known Member

    Really struggling today. The chicken soup is making me feel sick and Im so close to eating something. Will a bit of chicken hurt do you think? Feel like I need to eat something before I throw up
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  3. LeeJay

    LeeJay Well-Known Member

    Try not to hun, just drink plenty of water. Did you use a blender to make the soup less lumpy? I actually find it ok myself. Xx
  4. ampsabelle

    ampsabelle Well-Known Member

    Im ok now I went out for a bit. Yeh I blend the soup and then heat it in a pan. The first few days I really loved it.
    Think I'll just get the sweet ones next week and then get the soup the week after, maybe a week off it might help.
    Feel fine now just off to have my last shake before weigh day in the morning :)
  5. sbh

    sbh Well-Known Member

    Keep it up Ampsa! Well done for getting through it. Keep up the good work.
  6. and

    and Well-Known Member

    The chicken soup is disgusting, it's not just you!

    I always made 'crisps' with mine. Much, much nicer and a nice break from the slop, erm I mean shakes.

    You mix the chicken soup into a thick paste then put small blobs on greaseproof paper. Microwave each batch for about a minute - keep a VERY close eye on it as it goes from not cooked to cooked to burned in a few seconds.

    When the mix is very light brown take it out, peel it off and let it cool a little. It crisps up and I used to really enjoy this 1-2x a week. :)
  7. ampsabelle

    ampsabelle Well-Known Member

    Wow sounds fab! I love crisps! Didn't get the soup this week tho cos it made me gag so much - will do it next week thanks!!
  8. and

    and Well-Known Member

    Don't imagine they're like a bag of real crisps or you're going to be disappointed.

    They're just a nice change from the regular mixes. :)

    Also they're really dry so extra water needed. :)

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