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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.

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■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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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.

-Anthony
 
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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.
 
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