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    Fruitybabe Full Member

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    I was just wondering... how do you point gravy? I have been looking on the online tracker and can't make sense of it. Do you measure the granules then add water or measure it after water is added :confused: , really confused here so any help would be great :) Its bisto favourite granules. Thanks guys
     
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    Anybody know?
     
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    I always measure and point my granules then add the water making it ad thick or thin as I want xx but I take the nv of the jar then add it on esource xx

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    i would point the granules and then add the water, or you could use bovril which is free
     
  6. Fruitybabe

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    That's great thanks guys :D
     
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    No problem enjoy x

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    it usually gives you the nutritional info of it made up like 50ml on my one is 0pp:)
     
  9. Hello_2_Slimmer_Me

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    ohh which gravy do you use ?

    i use bisto favourites and i use 10g for 1pp then add the boiled water

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    It's quite good really as you put your granules and can have as much or little as you want then. Nice to know as I love my gravy :D
     
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    i think i use the same one!! aah bisto favourite gravy granules,,per 50ml portion prepared according to instructions is 0pp:)
     
  12. Hello_2_Slimmer_Me

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    ahhh yeah it would be, lol :) ... i just make 1/4 pt up with 10g (1 heaped tsp) ... so would just be twice as much gravy ! lol

    *doh* blonde moment ! :D

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