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I wanted a different variation of the WW zero point soup also and this is just perfect. I used chicken broth, left out carrots and added green beans and red pepper. I'll be eating this for lunch quite awhile since it makes so much (which is perfect). Thanks for a keeper!!

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nemokitty October 17, 2011

Thanks so much for this recipe. I used to eat the WW zero point soup years ago when I first joined WW. But I got to the point I just couldn't take it anymore no matter how much I varied the recipe. This recipe is just what I am looking for. I modified a bit and I blenderized all of the vegetables for this recipe and I love the taste, color, consistency. It makes for a great soup by itself OR as a base to add in other healthy ingredients.

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msppod May 24, 2008

Loved this recipe!! What is so good about this recipe is you can use any vegetables you like and it still be zero points. I had some cabbage and green beans that needed to be used in refrigerator so I added them to the pot. I also sprinkled some red pepper flakes in the pot in place of Tabscco sauce. I didn't want to wait to serve myself a bowl so I didn't puree any veggies. It was still delicious!! Thanks so much for sharing this recipe!! I will have it again!!

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Marsha D. March 03, 2014

Great tasting soup although I did modify somewhat due to ingredients on hand and I made this the lazy girl way. Used dried minced onions, canned fat fee chicken broth, garlic powder, was out of zucchini so subbed shredded cabbage, had tomato juice open in the frig used that, and to make a more complete meal added one box of cubed tofu. Loved your idea of hot sauce and added that after tasting, wanted a little more heat so I also added orange flavored habanero sauce. Your choice of spices were really tasty in this soup and could have done without the heat. (But also VERY good with it) Thanks for posting Redsie, this is a winner.

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Miss Annie in Indy February 27, 2008

This is a nice healthy soup. The flavor intensifies some after overnight refrigeration. My husband added Tabasco sauce to his, but I liked it just fine without. Pureeing gave it some body so you aren't just eating broth with chopped vegetables. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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ratherbeswimmin' February 13, 2008

Very good. It really hit the spot on a cold day. Thanks for posting!

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Lainey6605 February 10, 2008

I forgot to blend mine but it was no big deal as I bought a bunch of the veggies precut and they were already smaller than I would've done. I threw in some mushrooms and greenbeans for bulk and also some hot sauce as suggested. Yummy and filling.

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startnover January 22, 2008

This soup is great! I prefer my vegetable soups pureed instead of chunky, so I enjoyed the texture. I thought it was just salty enough, I didn't add any extra. I thought the garlic and herbs added tons of flavor to the veggies. I guess it's just a matter of personal taste!

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Heather'sKitchen December 07, 2007

Love this soup....mmmmm....

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jordanuz May 13, 2007
Ww 0 Point Favorite Vegetable Soup