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Hi Guys, Mix-a-Mousse questions

Discussion in 'Cambridge Diet 100% Posts!' started by HopeSprings, 10 July 2008 Social URL.

  1. HopeSprings

    HopeSprings Gold Member

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    Hi, I've been on SS 9 days now, my questions are:
    When can I have mix-a-mousse?
    How much does it cost?
    Can you recommend it?
    My CDC is away for next 3 weeks, should I try to get from another CDC?

    Thanks in anticipation.:)
     
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    You can have MAM in your 3rd week I think.
    RRP is £3 or £4.15 depending on the size.

    It's quite nice to have sometimes, though I make mine with normal gelatine now because it's much cheaper.
     
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    Thanks Jen, did you just use powdered gelatine in cold shakes?
     
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    I use Supercook gelatine - half a packet per shake.

    You have to dissolve it in boiling water, then I normally use cold water and ice cubes to make it up to 150 mls, then mix in my shake and put in the fridge/freezer for 15ish mins.
    Only difference I find is that with MAM it's a bit more wobbly and takes less effort.
     
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    Cheers for that, I'll give Supercook a try - need to save the pennies. Just paid for 3 weeks supply as CDC going away (ouch)
     
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    Ouch.
    Mine's expensive enough (I see my CDC fortnightly).
    And she charges >£40 per week :eek:
     
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    I comfort myself with thinking how much I'd be spending on wine and chocolate, not to mention the regular food! And I'm not buying any new clothes until 2 stone more has gone.
     
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    wow jennikay your CDC charges??? on top of shake cost???? thats mad its already expensive enough!!!
    xx
     
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    Oh no, I meant she charges at least £40 per week (21 meals) whereas the average is £35.

    At the mo it's costing me (or should I say, my parents) £82.10 for a fortnight.

    Hence why I get my extras from elsewhere if I can ;)
     
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