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Thread: Clone soup recipe

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    Clone soup recipe

    Seeing as sharing recipes is the flavour of the month, Here's another to add.

    Clone Soup.

    The secret ingredient for this quick pre-dinner delight is some crunchy little pieces of nylon insulator.

    Step 1

    Source the secret ingredient. They can be hard to find at times, a good place to look is inside the air holes of the centre post of your favourite kayfun clone.



    Step 2

    Here they are in raw form out of their shell



    Optional step, you can grind these down a little further with your mortar and pestle if you wish.

    Step 3

    Add the rest of the clone ingredients, sprinkle liberally with bi carb soda & a dash of dishwashing liquid.



    Step 4

    Cover ingredients in boiling water, add salt & pepper to taste and enjoy !




    Comments: A cheaper option to my usual well satisfying Russian variant of this recipe of which I keep a couple on hand. I hear the original German recipe is highly regarded & may add those natural ingredients to the cupboard at some time for comparison.
    Last edited by Dicko; 28-02-14 at 09:54 PM.
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    Needs more bacon.
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    yes, everything goes better with bacon

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    Did the bi carb tenderize it the meat in that soup still looks tough
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    Ok so this is a degrease recipe, yeh?

    Put my KF in the ultrasonic, still has a grease background.

    I might try some vinegar instead of the detergent.

    How hard was it to reinstall the crunchy insulator bits back into the centre post?
    Last edited by bobbavet; 28-02-14 at 10:00 PM.

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    All the vodka I've wasted now you tell me!No soup for you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark B View Post
    Did the bi carb tenderize it the meat in that soup still looks tough
    it may turn into plasticine by the morning.

    Quote Originally Posted by bobbavet View Post
    Ok so this is a degrease recipe, yeh?
    Was just a quick pull down and wash, but then noticed that airhole blocked with crap. I would of been sucking on that like a fat kid on a lolly pop trying to get a draw.

    Quote Originally Posted by Toddosh View Post
    All the vodka I've wasted now you tell me!No soup for you
    I'm just a tightarse.

    Bi carb does a heap of jobs.
    Like put a decent bit on a cloth, slightly wet it and scrub stains off your glass boat with it. Does great, without scratching.
    Last edited by Dicko; 28-02-14 at 10:53 PM.
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    Now you just need to purée it

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMB View Post
    Now you just need to purée it
    will it blend ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dicko View Post
    Bi carb does a heap of jobs.
    Like put a decent bit on a cloth, slightly wet it and scrub stains off your glass boat with it. Does great, without scratching.
    Another great soup recipe for clones, make a mix of lemon juice or vinegar and bicarb.

 

 

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