Questions to ask?

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  1. bo_lady

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    Hi Everyone,

    Well I am seeing my CDC tonight. I am so excited!!!

    I was wondering what questions I should ask??

    Also I am really worrying about how I am going to make the shakes and soups? I only have a hand blender but not sure what container to use?

    Sorry if this sounds like a stupid post but it is something I have been thinking about a lot!

    Thanks,
    Anna. xxx
     
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  3. Kath

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    I use a handblender with a plastic pyrex jug to mix mine in then pour it into a mug :)

    As for what questions to ask...I'm not really sure, depends what you want to know :p
     
  4. Debz

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    Not a stupid post at all. I've got a rechargeable hand whisk and if I use a jug that isn't tall enough, I end up wearing most of what I'm trying to mix!
     
  5. Kath

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    Ha so do I, my tumbler thing that came with my hand whisk started to leak out of the sides so bought the plastic pyrex jug and am today mostly wearing spicy tomato soup :giggle:

    Oh and bo-lady it's not a silly question at all - last night a new client sat at the table and I was going through it all with him them started to tell him about mixing it to which he looked at me in horror as he had no blender. I sent him to Asda to get a cheap one on his way home :D
     
  6. bo_lady

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    LOL

    I am thinking of getting a frothie maker for at home and then bringing the blender to work, and a tetra. I have to have four packs.

    Also how long roughly would it take? I kind of know things from reading this site for about a month but my h2b will be waiting for me so need to give him a rough amount of time?!
     
  7. Debz

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    From half an hour upwards. He could go in with you if you're OK with that. Or he could sleep in the car, that's quite popular.

    Kath, I bet today's look is great. Have a broccoli and cheese later on, then you can be red and slightly green.
     
  8. Kath

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    There was a thread on here the other day about some smoothie maker that heats your shakes as well - currently half price in Argos £19.99. Mike (Icemoose) uses it and it comes highly recommended :)

    Your first appointment could take an hour. If you are in a hurry, take a list of the flavours that you would like and then your cdc can just get them all ready for you :)
     
  9. Kath

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    Ooh yes, I'm liking your thinking there Debz...although not sure of the smell with broc and cheese with tomato :eek: :giggle:
     
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    Yeh that is the one that I want to buy. Il see how I go with the hand blender first!!

    Thanks girls, Il have to send h2b shopping!!!
     
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    Good luck :)
     
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    Tesco do a great jug blender for £10. It does the job! I put a good handful of ice in with my packs and water, makes a lovely thick shake. If you put more in they end up like Macdonalds milkshake...yummy!
    Good luck tonight.
    Ceri
     
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