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VacuVin has vacuum pumps and containers for food as well as wine. I purchased a 1.3 liter container and their super pump and used them on a food mixture I prepare to feed my cat through an e-tube. This pulled the micro-bubbles (created by the "liquify" setting on my inexpensive blender) to the top and I mashed them against the side of the container with a ...
I find it is easiest to: remove about 1/2 of the solids with a slotted spoon (meat, vegetables, noodles, beans etc.) place them in a strainer or colander and give them a quick rinse under warm or hot water, next remove 1/4 of the broth and replace it with water (You can save this broth if you want to use in future soups but please label it to not use alone ...
Today was chilly so I made the traditional comfort for a "chilly" day, chili, but I added too much sugar substitute, Sweet and Low. Cloying result. I added some lemon juice. Still too sweet. So I added vinegar to taste. Got it!
You should be fine adding the water whenever it's convenient, as long as there's enough water in it already that you were able to cook it properly (and purée if necessary and so on). You're basically just making concentrated soup just like what gets put into lots of cans; water will mix in just fine.
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