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Nothing beats a bowl of warm soup that smells and tastes like home. Soups are enjoyed the world over and for good reason. Making homemade soup costs less, and is healthier and tastier than most soups you buy. Once you know how to make a healthy soup, you can get creative with all types of ingredients and spices.
Tip: Make a big pot of homemade soup stock on the weekend and freeze extra.
Use any combination of fresh, frozen, canned or leftover vegetables.
Add bite-sized pieces of lean meat, fish, skinless poultry or alternatives such as beans, lentils, chickpeas, tofu or raw whisked eggs.
Making soup is a terrific way to use up leftovers and eat more vegetables.
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