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    10. OAMC -Soups (to try)

    ***Note where soups calls for pasta, freeze without noodles and add cooked noodles just before serving***
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    32 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This is a fabulous recipe, especially when made with my Rescued Turkey Stock (#24576). It also freezes very well.

    Recipe #24638

    This savory soup would really hit the spot on a rainy day. Serve it with some fresh bread and cheese! It is a quick, simple recipe from Taste of Home’s special 2005 holiday collection. This makes a lot, perfect for a big get-together, and I think it would freeze well.

    Recipe #125072

    I love how easy this one is to make and lentils are a favorite. Good OAMC.

    Recipe #108961

    My 2 year old loved this soup. Can be frozen. Great way to go through some carrots. Light meal for a summer day and hot and warming for a cold day.

    Recipe #64783

    3 Reviews |  By Derf

    Tasty morsels, a great appetizer!! (1 hour chill time)

    Recipe #33003

    Posted in request for vegetarian oamc recipes. Prep time does not include soaking peas overnight.

    Recipe #121330

    I freeze this in ice cube trays and use it to saute veggies or any dish that calls for stock or broth I even add 1 cube to soup stock just for the flavor. The recipe can be doubled and freezes well.

    Recipe #20411

    This makes a large batch of soup, but is easily halved. If you like to make a big batch and freeze some, omit the milk and Cheez Whiz (just add those when you thaw and serve soup).

    Recipe #114361

    One of the best uses for a slow cooker is making vegetable broth. You can control the amount of sodium and the variety of vegetables and seasoning, and the broth can develop a full, rich flavor in the slow-cooker while you busy yourself elsewhere. This recipe depends on browned onion for a hearty flavor and parsnip for a subtle sweetness, but you can experiment with your own veget

    Recipe #15308

    Freezes well. Can easily be made low-sodium by using the low- or reduced-sodium canned or bottled ingredients.

    Recipe #21072

    This is one of the first soups I ever made. The fresh herbs make all the difference, and the soup frezzes very well.

    Recipe #16995

    You won't find this one in the Campbell's Soup section of your local grocery store! When I was a child, this was a family favourite and my mother made it fairly often. Nowadays, oxtails are becoming increasingly hard to find, although you might get some from an old-fashioned butcher or meat market. Therefore, some folks now substitute inexpensive cuts of bone-in beef. Here, in the metropolitan Washington, DC area, I can occasionally get oxtails from the meat department at some of the Giant Food supermarkets. In my opinion, it is well worth the hunt for oxtails, because the taste is very distinctive and different than any beef soup.

    Recipe #18120

    I stole (and adapted) this recipe from applesforhealth.com, because they have stolen dozens of recipes from me and hundreds of recipes from Recipezaar! The original source of the recipe is the Art of Cooking for the Diabetic. Low sodium and low cholesterol, too!

    Recipe #22775

    This soup is wonderful served hot or cold. Half & half or milk may be substituted for the cream if fat content is a concern, although it won't taste quite as good.

    Recipe #17648

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