Lumpy Soup

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  1. Samstar

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    I decided to have tomato soup for tea and I followed instructions on pack but it still seemed a bit lumpy I did smooth the majority or the lumps out eventually.
    Just wondering if i mixed it properly.
    Do any of you have any tips on mixing these shakes and soups
     
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    Don't have much experience of the soups but when I have the odd craving I mix the powder up in a small amount of water before adding the hot water.

    Tend to stir it before each sip and the lumps etc do disappear, eventually ;-)

    Enjoy Hun x
     
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    I made this yesterday for the first time and unlike other soups no matter how much I whisked it still had a white grainy texture - I wonder if this is just how the soup is? Wasn't v nice really !

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    Yeah its strange isn't it, never mindi will try a different one tonight, but I did really like the taste of the tomato one.
    Its weird how we all like such different things. I cant stand the porridge !
     
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    I think they are always a bit powdery. I use an Aerolatte whisk thing to make everything, cost me £10 is takes the lumps out :)
     
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    Same here!!

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