mix a mousse

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  1. fed-up-and-fat

    fed-up-and-fat hoping for a good loss

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    Is it worth getting some? Does it make a difference to the shakes? By this I mean flavour rather than texture.
    What amount do you get and what does it cost?

    Thanks guys. Charlie xx
     
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    doesnt make any difference to taste,my CDC gave me mine free so dunno on cost
     
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    minxie One day at a time!

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    Doesn't change the taste but is a fabulous change from a shake. Love the butterscotch one and toffee and walnut. I make mine up to 300mls and it makes a huge bowlful which fills me up.

    I pay around £4 or £4.50 for a tub which lasts a couple of weeks. If you get some then you need to mix a spoonful into the packet and stir it around before you add the water and blend for at least 2 mins.

    I couldn't manage without a mousse every couple of days really:)
     
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    chocolatecat One day at a time :)

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    one other thing, if you can, seive it before you pop it in the fridge as I found I always ended up with lumps of gelatine and so did my CDC!
     
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    I think I'd need a thick sieve.

    I find providing I mix the powder into the shake (dry container) for a just few seconds with a knife, add water or milk and blend it. My hand blender is pretty powerful. Just make sure you get the sides though or you will get lumps.
     
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    Ps. If you look in the sticky section at the top, there's hints and tips on one of the first few pages I think on how to get the best results with all the packets.
     
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    Get some, get some, do it, do it, do it!!!!! The best thing ever - it makes your shakes last for ages as you can nibble away at them with a teaspoon - here's an older thread with some good mixing instructions. I never had to sieve mine, follow the tips here for the perfect mousse:
    http://www.minimins.com/cambridge-diet-forum/114974-mix-mousse.html
     
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    fed-up-and-fat hoping for a good loss

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    thanks everyone. Will get some today
     
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