Spliting PACKS

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  1. East_Star

    East_Star Full Member

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    Hi there,

    Just wanted to ask a quick question...Recently I have been feeling really really hungry.. so i thought that maybe if i split my packs so I can have smaller meals all day..would be a better idea.

    But am not to sure if i should add the required amount of water in the blender with the half a shake or whether I should half the water....

    If someone could help that would be great!

    Thanks

    Sarah xxx
     
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  3. spooky

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    When I split my packs I add the water according to my taste, I actually like them with lots of extra water in them as some are quite strong when you use the amount on the pack
     
  4. Time4ME

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    Hi Hun
    Probably depends on what packs yor having, I split my vanillas in half and have them with 2 tspns coffee and 2 sweetners, the mug is full up and its quite a large mug.... I find them toooooooooo intense and thick otherwise and it also means that I can have my soup and bar in the evening.... I have 1 coffee for breafast and 1 coffee after lunch hour and water before during and after.....
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    just do it to your taste
     
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