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  1. KBQueen

    KBQueen Yummy Mummy in the making

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    If you do SS+ how do you work out how much veg to have? If you have a piece of chicken do you have to eat it completely dry? (just trying to think ahead for Christmas)
     
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  3. JimmyShoo

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    I usually season with a bit of cajun. I measure veg in teacups hon, hope it helps. You could make some bouillion as a weak gravy and also a soup from your packs as a starter too x
     
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    Ive always had a handfull of veg although its offically 2 table spoons.. which seems pointless to me although im a rule breaker at heart so dont take any notice of me lol

    Chicken.. well i have it dry..but gravy made from veg flavour type stock is ok..ive done that (marigold bullion) doesnt do me any harm put it that way

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    When I did CD before (SS this time so far!) I made a sauce up with a little bit of chilli soup (used the rest to make crisps later :) )
     
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    crisps...? more detail please lol
     
  7. KBQueen

    KBQueen Yummy Mummy in the making

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    Thank you very much, dont want to go off the plan too much x
     
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    I was told making crisps wasnt good as the nutrients get zapped out??

    becca.. to make the crisps you get the soup into a thick paste...stick on a baking tray in crisp like shapes and cook... = crisps'' not my cuppa tea but ive seen a few off here do it

    *yuk* lol
     
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    hiya, thai 5 spice added to chicken , a bit of cumin, or corriander. i even pour on a drop of balsamic vinigarrette stuff. theres lots you can do thats not naughty. although i to seem to break them often. lol
    good luck x
     
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    rebecca02uk Wants to be slim :)

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    sounds like a nice snack...the soups are heavy enough with the recommended water let alone just left as a paste! not so sure on that one!
     
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