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Old 01-12-2013, 05:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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While I'm not promoting Rachael Ray I did see on the cover of her magazine that she has a lot of soups in her current issue.
I checked some out and they look pretty good. I'm always looking for more soup recipes because they fill me up without a lot of calories and can easily incorporate more veggies into my diet. Plus it's a lot less sodium than buying soup in a can. Unfortunately she doesn't include the nutritional values for her dishes (a pet peeve of mine ) but I suppose just enter the values in and figure it out here.

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Old 01-12-2013, 07:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I love a good healthy hardy soup. I know what you mean if the nutritional values are there it makes everything so much easier.
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While I'm not promoting Rachael Ray I did see on the cover of her magazine that she has a lot of soups in her current issue.
I checked some out and they look pretty good. I'm always looking for more soup recipes because they fill me up without a lot of calories and can easily incorporate more veggies into my diet. Plus it's a lot less sodium than buying soup in a can. Unfortunately she doesn't include the nutritional values for her dishes (a pet peeve of mine ) but I suppose just enter the values in and figure it out here.

Jennifer
Happened to see smoked turkey legs. . .reasonably. . .and made a wonderful bean soup in the crock pot. Never would have known it was turkey. Going back to buy what's left since it's probably seasonal. They should freeze well. . .I removed the skin before cooking. Two legs ran $3. . .
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