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Anastasia

Soup Maker

Anyone on here got a soup maker.
I have been looking at them for a few weeks now & am still not sure what to so.
I make a lot of soup , probably 3 lots each week, been known to make more when it is really cold as I sand on the line watching football.
I have no problem trying to save time , they are supposed to free up a lot of time if you use them.
I would love to know what people on here think.

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SusanM

Soup Maker

My SIL has one and I think she used it twice . Now at the back of the cupboard collecting dust , when at the time was a must have. Personally I would not get one as I make soup frequently especially in winter and once made and whizzed in pan that is it. Not sure what quantity Soup maker does but in saucepan I can make enough for 6 portions , which I freeze so always some soup available .

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Tompeters

Soup Maker

I'm sure we had a good thread on this not so long ago? I have used the site search and it isn't showing.

If you regularly make a lot of soup it could make sense but if you are just going through a 'soup-making phase' (that's the sort of thing I do) then maybe not bother?

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Anastasia

Soup maker

Had a look at Lakeland , John Lewis & Debenhams this morning & have to say I was not impressed .
I so make soup very often , but am convinced it would be false economy.

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Yummy

Soup Maker

I've got a soup maker......it's called a saucepan, or sometimes it's called a pressure cooker, depends on the amount I am making :)

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maggie-

Soup Maker

I bought a Cusinart soup maker a couple of years ago for my sister, well it was really for my niece. She's sporty and trains 3 or 4 evenings a week. Its perfect for her, when she gets in from school she can whizz up a soup really quickly, its great for training on, slow release and all that!. They now have a veg box each week, for a 13 yr old she eats alot of veg!! It has been in continuous use. It also makes great smoothies and cocktails!

If you look on You Tube there are a gazillion clips which are very helpful and you can see it in action. I bought it from Amazon when it was on offer. The Waring is an almost identical machine.

 
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