The importance of soup

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  1. Aaleigha

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    I haven't looked at that link yet.... but that is sooo true! Soup does make you feel full longer!

    I had some soup for lunch for 100 calories, and Ive been full ever since. Being full on my DDs is very nice! LOL :)
     
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    I love to have soup on my dds, fills you up and fends off the cold too ;)
     
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    Going to need to try this as I have blown today (see diary for details). Need to make up some nice soup preferably with a bit of body to make it seem more than just flavoured water.
     
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    Areally good soup to make up would be the soup from the cabbage soup diet because it is all negative calories. you should try it, it tastes could too.
     
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    blend the soup you make - its the blending of it that helps keep us full for longer and that will give body to the soup as all the ingredients are suspended in the liquid
     
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    Could you blend it in a smoothie maker?:confused: I saw on a docu on bbc about soup being a good filler. I hardly ever buy soup but with this in mind and 2 Baxters condensed for £1 in local shop, I stocked up. I find adding only 1/4 can of water leaves it nice and thick thus more filling.

    Will deffo be using it on dd's.
     
    Last edited: 24 October 2009
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    I dont see why you cant use a smoothy maker
    I use a hand blender as it is convenient and I no longer own a liquidizer but have been known to do batches in the food processor if I am entertaining and need a lot to be done
     
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