By Phyllis Pellman Good

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Fifty delicious and savory soup recipes for any season.

These time-tested, easy-to-manage recipes for soups of all flavors have something in universal: a great deal of fit greens. even if you’re trying to find a hearty supper or a gentle weekday lunch, Fix-It and Forget-It Vegetarian Soups deals scrumptious offerings to make on your sluggish cooker or in your stovetop, such as:
· Vegan Chili· Corn Chowder· do-it-yourself Vegetable Soup· candy Potato and Ginger Soup
And a lot more!

Phyllis Pellman strong is a brand new York instances bestselling writer whose books have bought greater than 10 million copies. solid is the writer of the nationally acclaimed Fix-It and Forget-It slow-cooker cookbooks, numerous of that have seemed at the big apple occasions bestseller record, in addition to the bestseller lists of united states this present day, Publishers Weekly, and booklet feel.

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