Soup help!!!

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  1. Izzygirl

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    Hi all!

    I am going to make some Spicy Cumin & Pumpkin soup to take with me on an overnight paranormal investigation I am hosting for charity on Saturday night - it is in a cold Victorian gaol so I think it would be quite nice to have a flask of warming soup to keep me going!

    If I made it this afternoon, and keep it in the fridge, would it still be ok to heat it up on Saturday evening to put in the flask? I won't really have time to make it tomorrow or Saturday...just not sure how long fresh soup is ok for?

    Thanks!
     
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    yeah that would be fine, as long as its kept in the fridge once it cools

    enjoy
     
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    just a soup related question - i made some last night - and fridged it.....4 containers worth - is this okay for tomorrow reheating as well>?

    x
     
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    I keep soup in the fridge for a couple of days, as long as you cooled it quickly and stored it in the fridge it will be ok for a couple of days, but if you are not going to eat it within that time it better to freeze it than have to throw it away.
     
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    Thank you!

    Mmmmmmm...now to dissect the pumpkin....<<starts stroking chin...>>
     
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    Yeah me too, I made a batch on Sunday afternoon in the slow cooker, then when cooled seperated into portions. I have just had some today and it was still as tasty as the day I made it! Love soup when it starts to get cold and its a great way to get lots of superspeed foods into you x :) Have a great night on Saturday sounds amazing and good luck with the Charity
     
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    In fact soup always tastes better the next day as the flavours have had time to mingle.
     
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    Very true Eye!

    Does anyone have any advice on how to prepare the pumpkin? Never used one before! x
     
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    YouTube - Peeling pumpkin using the Dink-Di peeler

    I would freeze the soup to be on the safe side. It is only vegetables so should be o.k. in the fridge but I would never take the chance.

    Enjoy your soup. Squash makes the most perfect soup and mixes with so many things.
     
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