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Total Solution Making a soup

S: 24st7lb C: 22st4lb G: 10st9lb Loss: 2st3lb(9.04%)
#1

paigesmum30

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S: 13st3lb C: 13st3lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 32.8 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
#2
Hi Poppy,

How did you make it? I boil the kettle, then pour the water on top of the powder in the blender then give it a quick buzz. Comes out perfect. I use 500ml of water to fill me up more. But no, you don't use half the pack, the whole lots goes in x
 

Samprand

WILL do it!
S: 19st7lb C: 17st9lb G: 9st0lb BMI: 45.2 Loss: 1st12lb(9.52%)
#3
I'll be sieving my soups! I hate random lumps of powder and I'm not keen on the veg bits or the basil lol I don't like the mushroom soup or thai chilli so that takes care of those two! x
 
S: 24st7lb C: 22st4lb G: 10st9lb Loss: 2st3lb(9.04%)
#4
I just ordered a milk frother to mix my packs up with as indeed they where VERY lumpy lol it should arrive today or tomorrow! Xxxx

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S: 17st13lb C: 12st1lb G: 10st0lb Loss: 5st12lb(32.67%)
#5
Hiya
I don't really use the soups but when I did I used a big mug, a novelty one which was huge! Then put the powder in, mixed it with some cold water until it was a runny paste, then add the hot water from the kettle slowly whilst stirring it. I still do this now with my hot shakes, but I usually split it into two now as I smashed my big mug by accident :'(.
Good look :-D xxx
 


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