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    Food & Wine. OAMC Just let soup cool before pouring into labeled and dated freezer bags or tupperware containers. Thaw in microwave or at room temperature.

    Recipe #329075

    From 1001 Low Fat Vegetarian Recipes

    Recipe #406425

    From http://lowfatcooking.about.com

    Recipe #260008

    Cooking Light. I just happen to have Enokis in my fridge right now too! I will make this with only one type of miso. Use whatever you have. The recipe also calls for 1/4 cup dried shaved bonito (dry fish flakes) but Zaar doesn't recognize it.

    Recipe #331302

    From 365 Ways to Cook Chicken.

    Recipe #296931

    Recipe #329324

    This is from 365 Ways to Cook Pasta. I eat this when I'm not feeling well.

    Recipe #253190

    11 Reviews |  By Hadice

    Vegetarian version of the Chinese favorite. Many thin tofu is bland, but it actually takes on the flavor of whatever it is cooked in. In this case it happens to be soy, vinegar and pepper flakes.

    Recipe #109285

    This is from Eden Foods.

    Recipe #250523

    Posting this for ZWT 2006 (French Cajun & Creole region). This is a very homey comforting sort of a soup. The spices are easily played with if you like it spicier and it is even better with a good dollop of hot sauce in it.

    Recipe #173766

    This hearty soup is just bursting with savory flavor - which is surprising considering how easy it is to make! I make it in the morning and then cool it and put it in the frig until about 30 minutes before dinner. While I'm warming the soup up, I cook my noodles.

    Recipe #216851

    1 Reviews |  By MNLisaB

    When you are in the mood for soup but don't want to cook all day, try this one. It calls for lean beef cubes, carrots, celery,onions and a hint of tomato. Serve it with orzo pasta and topped with grated Italian cheese-very heart warming.

    Recipe #75708

    From the Sopranos Family Cookbook with a little addition at the end from me. Yummy!

    Recipe #240983

    This is from my 365 Low-fat Meals cookbook. Yum! This will come together in zero time if you already have meatballs made up and stashed in the freezer. :)

    Recipe #206983

    I don’t usually like squash. Someone gave me some home-grown acorn squash and I found this recipe to use them up. I like this! Use lots of nutmeg and any kind of squash (acorn, butternut, hubbard) you'd like. This freezes well. Add more broth for a thinner consistancy. Try adding some cooked wild rice. YUM!

    Recipe #166610

    This is a variation of Hopping John. It's usually a New Years Day item around our house, as the Black-eyed peas, are for good luck.And it also contains rice, which is for abundance, and pork, which is for the future.

    Recipe #175609

    9 Reviews |  By Niki S

    This easy to make soup is VERY close to the vegetable beef barley soup they serve at Denny's.

    Recipe #11363

    This is really good! It is a bit garlicky. Serve with good, crusty bread.

    Recipe #152130

    This is a traditional Mexican pork and homiy stew often served at Christmas time. At the table, pass bowls of chopped lettuce, sliced radishes, chopped onions, and shredded cheese.

    Recipe #212305

    This is from my Horn of the Moon cookbook. This looks like such a nice combination of flavors. I bet this would freeze well.

    Recipe #206979

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