Cruise PV Soups

xeilidhx

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S: 14st0.2lb C: 9st8.5lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 23.8 Loss: 4st5.7lb(31.45%)
Hoping these are all allowed....I did carrot/onion/parsnip (which was on the chat as allowed) and tomato purée. Mmmmmm! X
 

malevolentnuzzler87

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I quite like Dukan miracle soup, but it affects me a lot, I dont need wheatbran that day, if you get my meaning ;)
 

Vixx

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The miracle soup is a good one. I also like butternut squash and red pepper.

Remember to add in some protein or have it on the side if you're having vegetable soup.
 

Zoesastar

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Protein id making me feel really sick, the thought of it, smell, taste, sight bleurgh!

Do u blend the miracle soup down?
 

Atropos

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Protein id making me feel really sick, the thought of it, smell, taste, sight bleurgh!

Protein can be a spoonful of yogurt stirred into the soup in the bowl.

Or the egg in the dukan bread you eat with it.

And the protein-bleurgh thing passes after a while. In the meantime try adding fresh herbs (coriander is really good, so are chives, and basil) to brighten the taste.
 

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S: 141kg C: 49.9kg G: 36.3kg BMI: 17.7 Loss: 91.1kg(64.62%)
see pp205-206 of the book - no time to retype it here now. If anyone does... great!
 

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** Chief WITCH **
S: 141kg C: 49.9kg G: 36.3kg BMI: 17.7 Loss: 91.1kg(64.62%)
I found this short version on another forum:

Has any body else made this soup? It was so funny. I started cutting up all of the veggies that it required and lo and behold, I ended up with enough to fill two huge pots.
When will I ever eat it all? Where will I keep it? I guess I could freeze some.

I ate one bowl and it really tasted pretty good. I then put one huge pot in the cooler with ice. Somehow I will find a place for the other pot.

Here is the recipe I would recommend (basically half of the recipe called for in the book.

2 cloves of garlic
3 large onions (I used Walla Walla Sweets)
1/2 head of cabbage
3 carrots
1/2 bunch of celery
16 oz. of peeled canned tomatoes (no sugar)
beef bouillion
chicken bouillion

Toss everything into a pot and cover with water. Then add the bouillion.

The book says this is great to eat when you come home starved and want to start snacking. Eat a big bowl, hot, and that should hold you over while you make dinner. Makes sense to me.
 




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