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Cabbage soup for less carbs and calories. Eat more, weigh less

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    My buddy tried that. Losts like 60lbs. Than he went to eating real food again and put it right back on.

    recipe,

    ■6 large green onions (also called “spring” onions)
    ■2 green peppers
    ■1 or 2 cans of tomatoes (diced or whole)
    ■3 carrots
    ■1 container (10 oz. or so) mushrooms
    ■1 bunch of celery
    ■half a head of cabbage
    ■1 package spice only soup mix (In the US, Liptons is a good choice)
    ■1 or 2 cubes of bouillon (optional)
    ■1 48oz can Low Sodium V8 juice (optional)
    ■Season to taste with pepper, parsley, curry, garlic powder, etc. (Little to NO SALT!)


    This all good to me. Now toss a pound of chicken, beef, rabbit, deer or pork in it and now we're talking.
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    That soup is realy good, I usually add deer meat to. Added up all the calories one time and for a huge pot was 1100 calories. A lot of good stuff .
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    I added some Butterball Turkey Sausage to it. I would add deer meat but I have seen any to harvest this season, which ends today but I'm on the computer
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    Man all this thread is doing for me is making me wanna fire up the slow cooker with Corned Beef and cabbage in it. I suspect that wont result in any weight loss huh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaticFringeInc View Post
    Man all this thread is doing for me is making me wanna fire up the slow cooker with Corned Beef and cabbage in it. I suspect that wont result in any weight loss huh?
    I usually have a few pints with that stuff.

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    deiting is one of the things i need to do as a prepper, im not fat im taller i guess you would call it 'big boned' but if im stuck in the wilderness i would become fatigued faster.

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    I actually made the cabbage soup today........i did not have mushrooms so I added some chicken and crushed red pepper to spice it up. It was actually very good!
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    I appreciate you for sharing it with us.Vegetables soup is undoubtedly a very fine thing for losing weight.I have been using it for about 1 year and i always felt better and fresh.It is my experience and i guess you guys should keep taking it.
    Last edited by Alex33; 04-06-2013 at 06:30 AM.

 

 

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