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this was fast to put together and very warm to eat

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Dienia B. April 18, 2012

A nice light simple soup. This is the kind of soup that makes you feel better when you have a bad cold. Made as written, choosing not to puree. Made a double batch so there would be some for freezing as traditionally cabbage soups freeze very well. Thanks so much for the post.

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Debbwl February 15, 2010

A good soup when I came home late and didn't want to do a lot of cooking, also useful for using up that cabbage! I made exactly as directed, so easy. I did partially puree it, and liked the results. I served this with a dollop of sour cream, a sprinkling of grated cheese, and a coriander sprig, along with chunky fresh bread, well received by all, even my daughters who normally would not be keen to eat anything with cabbage! Made for our November VIP Lalaloula, Vegetarian Swap#16

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Karen Elizabeth November 04, 2009

A lovely, rustic, warming soup. I used yellow onions instead of red, and chicken broth, as that was what I had. I halved the recipe, but ended up using a liter of broth. Also, I threw a couple of whole peppercorns and a bayleaf into the pot, as I find that vegetable soups really benefit from this. I decided not to puree, something about that did not appeal to me. This ended up as three servings for me, most welcome. Something you can whip up anytime, as you are likely to have the ingredients on hand.

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duonyte June 06, 2009
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