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    This recipe was inspired by my pre-vegetarian days of corned beef soup. I had a sudden craving for my childhood favorite when I had an epiphany. I realized that refried beans would have a similar mushy texture and color of the canned corned beef in soup. Then I thought of beans and rice (I don't know why). Here's the result

    Recipe #247979

    One day I decided I would make a Japanese style meal. So I dug up anything in the kitchen that looked like it could be Japanese or Asian. This soup is the result of my "Japanese" ingredients. I'm really not sure if the ingredients are authentic Japanese ingredients (probably not) but that's as close as I could get. You can substitute vegetable broth for the water and bouillon.

    Recipe #247978

    I got the idea for this watching an Olive Garden commercial. In the commercial the only ingredients they mentioned were fresh roma tomatoes and basil. I thought that's just simple enough to be delicious. Of course I added a few more things to make it more interesting.

    Recipe #247975


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