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The Healthy Cook's Kitchen: Soup
The supermarket is full of canned soups. But, as far as your health...and your taste buds...are concerned, none can hold a candle to this collection of Healthy Cook Kate Sherwood’s favorite soup recipes. Not only are they lick-the-bowl delicious; they’re packed with vegetables, beans, and lentils. And Kate shows you tricks—Creamy Vegetable Soup without cream, Chicken Tortilla Soup using a store-bought rotisserie chicken—that will help you up your soup game.