Have you ever bitten into a piece broccoli only to have it turn to mush in your mouth? Well, that’s what happens when you over-cook your vegetables. Not only do vegetables become unpalatable when they’re over-done, they lose most of their nutritional value when overcooked.
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During the winter months I make a different soup every day- mushroom bisque is my favorite. I start off with some baby -bellas (mini portabella mushrooms or regular will do).
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This is a very simple soup recipe. It doesn’t contain any meat, but there is chicken stock. If you would prefer a Vegan Black Bean soup, simply use vegetable broth and olive oil instead of butter.
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Every year when winter rolls around, it’s time to make soup at work. Frigid from plummeting temperatures, clients and staff want warm, flavorful liquids to defrost their bones.
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