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  1. kittykat

    kittykat Gold Member

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    bought a shaker today from h & b to make shakes in & its fab no lumps cool !!!!
     
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    I have one just make sure you screw lid on properly.
     
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    You can buy shakers for £3 (free postage) on Ebay.
     
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    [​IMG]my one is more or less the same as this and was 3.99 from holland & barrett
     
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    i do my shakes in the blender with ice its lovely really frothy and cold
     
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    I am a blender girl myself - but I am really grateful for this thread as I am going away soon and there is no blender where I am going so I am off to H&B today to get myself a shaker!!
     
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    I got my maximuscle shaker last week from Boots for £3.00

    Great when you are out and about and no blender in sight! (I take a packet out with me and usually buy a bottle of very cold mineral water and shake like mad)

    Hate the taste of tetras :jelous:
     
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    Remember not to use fizzy mineral water, could be messy !
     
  11. Fuzzys Angel

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    I use a blender & fizzy water, the trick not to make a mess is to make the sake up with a small amount of water. Approx 150mls first, once all the lumps are out top up with more fizzy water & just stir. Yummy & no mess :)

    xxx
     
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    I'm not a lover of the Tetra's, so glad we have large choice of flavours though:) .

    The shaker is coming up as £3.99 on the Boots website.
    Still cheaper than what I paid, I need another one to leave in the car (no excuses that way).
     
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    i dont have access to a blender at work so this is perfect took it to car boot with me this morn mmm luvly choc shake and will be taking it tomorrow too
     
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    i bought a little hand whisk for when im out it takes 2 aa batteries and is small enough to fit in a handbag, i havnt used it yet. bought it on ebay
     
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    Ooop...that's a good idea Judy, i work night shifts & usually take a beaker & hand whisk with me. A battery operated one would be much better as at work the shakes go a bit lumpy...x
     
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    Thanks for letting us know Kittykat I just ordered one off ebay it's gonna be great for work. Tetra's are great but get bored with just banana or chocolate.
     
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    I have one of them and they are really good!! But is does leave chucky bit but sometime they are nice!! LOL!!
     
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