"Shake 'n Pour" mixes are going to work very well. This was a quick test to see which direction we should go from the recommended water to mix ratio. The water amount recommended on the mix container is a bit thin; but, very close. So, we know the next test will have to use less water. We divided the 300 gram contents into 3 batches for testing. The recommended water is 1.5 cups for the full container, so we used 4 ounces for the first batch. Tomorrow we will try the second batch with 2.5 ounces and test the results. We're trying to use a bracketing strategy to find the optimal water amount we can use for each demonstration.
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