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I just printed out the tortilla soup and the oriental soup and can't wait to make them! I love 0 point things!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:headover:


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My newspaper had an article about chefs and soups yesterday and it seems that Savoy cabbage the crinkled leaf kind has a sweeter milder flavor than the green head kind, and if you cook with cabbage like I sometimes do with making stuffed cabbage, sometimes the cabbage is so sweet and good and other times it's just bland. So this I will try.


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Here's a link to my variation. It started with subbing diced tomatoes for the cabbage, and then I went for veggies that freeze well since I freeze the soup.

 

Tomato Vegetable Soup


Nancy

 

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I always like to add a bag of spinach to my veggie soups but with the recent e-coli outbreak, I won't be doing that for a while "just in case". But it's a great way to thicken up veggie soup with extra nutrition!


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Where do you find the recipes for the oriental soup or the chicken tortilla soup? I need a change from the veggie soup.

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Look at page 1, posts #7 & #10 of this thread. You'll find the recipes there.


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bumping up


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Guest becky_g

Bumping up! There's some good stuff here.

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Guest diannelee

Would this be on the edge of the Dolly Parton soup? I have had that and is good never thought it would be 0 points. I will go for this and hope will curb my stomach when a low in the day.

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Guest jencredible

I'm new to WW and still in my first week, but I am becoming a soup fiend and am eagerly awaiting making and trying my first zero point soup! Thanks so much everyone!

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I made the original recipe (found in the book from the first meeting) last weekend and it's very good. Along with the cabbage I added some fresh spinach, washed and sliced.


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Bump!

 

This is an awesome list:bcb_grin


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Speaking of Zero Point Soup - this thread has some fantastic recipes - and just shows how many variations there can be! :)

 

Seems like a good time to bump it, with fresh produce just around the corner . . .


Rose

 

HW:175

WW Goal: 136

Below WW Goal since Dec. 2006

Personal Goal: 118-123

CW: 120.0 (11/18/08)

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I had a really great WW consultant who told us to use fresh food, not the bagged stuff, unless you are really strict on time. How long does it take to slice some cabbage using a good sharp knife? Certainly less time than opening a bag of cabbage that you have to wash and spin dry before using. Yes folks, you should wash those bagged foods. They are handled by many hands prior to coming into your kitchen. With fresh cabbage, I always remove the outer leaves and then run under cold water prior to cutting. We need to be alert to washing most things these days. I love the zero point soups.....I make them up and freeze in serving portions, so that I have them on days I feel like slipping back.

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