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Making the chicken soup

Discussion in 'Lipotrim Forum' started by ToxicKiss, 17 September 2009 Social URL.

  1. ToxicKiss

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    Hey everyone sorry if this question has been answered I tried a search for it but came back with nothing, how do you make up the chicken soup, my shaker is not suitable for hot liquids and I don't own a blender :confused:
     
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    Scotsmist Life is not a Rehersal!

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    I use an electric chopper, but others have used a pan/hob........so, not sure what to suggest to be honest as I have a method using around 400ml or more with hot water, whizzing it up and then micro'ing it for 40 secs or so...

    Do you have a smoothie maker by any chance? That might do?

    Or a whisk....

    Dont attempt the shaker as it explodes.

    Hope someone else can help you.
     
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    do you have a hand whisk and a measuring jug or a big bowl? would take some whisking manually but it ccould be done. even a fork.

    I'd definitely recommend getting a cheap hand blender - mine was £5 from argos and has been invaluable.

    Definitely don't use the shaker it will go everywhere!!
     
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    hmmm, could i make it up cold and then heat it in a pan or stick it in the microwave or would that suck out all the nutrients
     
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    heating it on the hob would prob be better than microwave.

    Or you could mix up into a paste with some cold water, getting all the lumps out and then add the hot water on top, stirring well.
     
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    I mix mine up cold in my shaker then put it in pan and warm up on the hob lovley and no lumps! xx
     
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    IrishMum A little of everything!

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    I was told NOT to use the microwave as that nukes the nutrients in the soup/shakes?
     
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    i was told the same as irish mum - microwaves zap all the goodness out!! i'd invest in a hand blender thing, i think mine was a bout £5 from tesco. it'll come in handy when you're eating again too - you could use it to make homemade soups and stuff! or smoothies. yum xxx
     
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