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    This is my favorite comfort food. Tastes great fresh, but it also cans very well. I cannot use pepper; and I prefer low-sodium; but this soup is easy to season to taste either while still in the pot, or after serving

    Recipe #448119

    If you run out of salad dressing, this is fast & easy to make from common ingredients. Looks & tastes a lot like a cross between French and Catalina.

    Recipe #303650

    Low fat, low cholesterol 'cream' soup made without milk or cream. You can use almost any vegetable in this, or add a variety of seasonings to suit your own taste. My sister created this recipe after her husband had quadruple bypass surgery: he needed reduced fat and cholesterol, and she needed non-dairy.

    Recipe #303622

    Condiment suitable for hotdogs, hamburgers, sausage. My neighbour asked if I could make her some bean relish because she remembered her mother making it. Unfortunately, she didn't have a recipe and I couldn't find one on the Internet, so I looked at the ingredients on a jar of sweet cucumber relish and this is what I came up with...

    Recipe #303518


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