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    Homemade soups - syns???

    I love making homemade soups .... I usually chuck loads of different veg together and cook all day in the slowcooker with a bit of water(just covering veg) and a couple veg stock cubes and herbs ..... Any syns????

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    Quote Originally Posted by *HelenMarie85* View Post
    I love making homemade soups .... I usually chuck loads of different veg together and cook all day in the slowcooker with a bit of water(just covering veg) and a couple veg stock cubes and herbs ..... Any syns????
    Shouldn't be - if you don't add any fat or cream, flour or thickening agent. We could get into the whole "If you blend something that's Free food it might not be Free anymore" debate, but if it's just veggies I wouldn't worry about it. No-one ever got fat eating vegetable soup made with stock.


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    Ahh thats brilliant!!! Thank you very much!!!! Spicy butternut squash soup here I come!!!

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    The 'blending' issue Theria mentioned is only for fruit not vegetables. As stated, unless you add a syn'd item you can mash/blend to your hearts content and your soup will be totally free -enjoy.








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