Have you tried a hand-held blender?
Jim picked me up an Oster hand-held blender recently, and at first I was stymied with how I would actually use it...what I'm doing seems to be working fine already, right? But then.......this week I made Pea Soup and figured I'd give it a try.
WOW! Did it work fast to make the soup super smooth! The kids ate their soup faster and with less complaints, and Jim and I liked the smooth texture. It almost feels like I poured it out of a can or box! (Now wouldn't that be an SCDer's dream come true?) ;-)
The only thing to watch out for is that you need to keep the blender part submerged in the soup, almost near the bottom, to avoid a big mess! But honestly, even if I made a mess it still just might be worth the smooth product and ease of use. I can already see myself using it in sauces, and any other soup that requires pouring it into the blender after it has been cooked.
3/23/2015 06:34:49 am
I always do that with my yogurt too. I make it by the gallon in my oven with only the light on for warmth. I eat scd yogurt 2 x a day. Love it.
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