Vegetable Soup

Discussion in 'Supplements' started by Robyn002, Aug 2, 2022.

  1. Robyn002

    Robyn002 Full Member

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    I've made vegetable soup in the last and lately been thinking maybe it's something good to make all the time, maybe a large pot a week. Seems like a lot of potential benefits:

    Low calorie to help with dieting. Something to eat when hungry but already taken in enough cals.

    Healthy. Lots of good vitamins, minerals and fiber.

    Cheap and easy to make.

    Filler.

    Anyone do this or think it's a good or bad idea?
     
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  2. s man

    s man Moderator

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    Yep and used to add shredded chicken or chunks of lean steak and throw in some baby spinach to every time I heated it. Took away the monotony of dry meats
     
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  3. NoPain

    NoPain Full Member

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    I have soup with added pea protein to thicken and get extra protein in
     
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  4. Richard Dick

    Richard Dick Top Contributor

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    I would definitely make soup if I could be arsed. You can buy chicken wings for £3 a kilo or something, whack them up with a cleaver and make it into a stock with a lot more health benefits than a stock cube
     
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