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    any good cabbage soup recipes to share??

    hi, I'm in phase 2. its cold and rainy here today....anyone have any good soup recipes they'd like to share. I do mix my vegs and so far not a problem.....thanks for any help!

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    P2 Cabbage and Chicken Soup

    I make a wonderful P2 cabbage soup!

    20 oz. Water
    100g. Chicken (diced)
    100g. Cabbage
    1 bay leaf
    1/2 tsp. sea salt
    1/2 tsp. garlic powder
    1/2 tsp. onion powder
    1/2 tsp. poultry seasoning
    1/8 tsp. pepper or to taste

    Most of the time I simmer it until the chicken is done, then add the cabbage so it doesn't get too done.
    I occasionally add chili pepper if I'm in the mood for some spice.

    I LOVE this soup! And it is soooo filling! I hope you all enjoy it!
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    i'm trying something new this time- i made up some cabbage soup (no meat) with other veggies to eat in between times if i was hungry or felt like i was tempted to snack. i used a 2# pack of cabbage, which was too much- i'd use 1#. put that in a big pot with a sliced onion, water and some garlic. added a large can of diced tomatoes. then added one green pepper (off protocol), and shredded up a zucchini and a small summer squash. put in 3 boxes of chicken stock, and a can of V8. (i did that because i had added too much water, and the broth didn't have much taste- if you cook it in the chicken broth without the water, you'll be ok). also garlic salt and some extraneous spices. i cooked it a LONG time, and then actually used my wand mixer to puree portions of it so there weren't big pieces of cabbage. divided it into baggies and froze a bunch.

    i've used it to cook my fish in, and also my chicken. so far it has not affected my losses, but it's only the first week for me.

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    Wow--I never thought to add V 8! Keep us posted as to whether or not it affects your losses. Great idea!




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    i will say, that i had a ton of it tonight and it does help to fill me up. tonight i added hamburger and some chili powder to it.
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    Chicken and Cabbage Hot and Sour Soup
    100g chicken
    Handful shredded cabbage
    1 c chicken broth
    2 tbs Bragg's liquid aminos
    Pinch red pepper flakes
    Hot sauce (to taste)(I like Louisiana)
    1/4 tsp garlic powder
    1/4 tsp onion powder
    1/4 tsp ginger powder
    Squeeze lemon juice

    Cook chicken in bragg's and a little water, then dice or shred. Add broth and spices. Cook 5 minutes. Add cabbage and cook additional 10-15 minutes (until desired softness). Add water as needed. Garnish with a squeeze of lemon juice.

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    Gonna try this tonight sounds good with a squeeze of lemon!

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    Hey Toothfairy.........I see your a junior member as I am. Today I started week 3 of phase 2. I know I can handle it, with just a week left on p2. I eat alot of steamed cabbage because you can eat alot of it, so it helps fill the void. OMG........your cabbage soup was excellent. Wellllll......I mean I had to change it a little. I didn't have any chicken. I had hamberger meat thawed to eat with my steamed cabbage. I made it without chicken and poultry seasoning. We plan on going to the store tomorrow, so I'll be buying more chicken, and I will be trying the chicken recipe. Thank you, thank you........I was thinking about hairy kairy.

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    Curry Chicken Cabbage Soup

    2 c organic low sodium chicken broth...I use Pacific brand
    2 chicken tenders diced
    2 c napa cabbage
    1 tsp onion pwdr
    1/2 tsp garlic pwdr
    1/2 to 1 TBL curry pwdr to taste
    1/4 tsp tumeric
    2 TBL coconut pwdr to thicken
    stevia to taste
    optional...1/2 apple chopped

    It is yummy...just cook till the cabbage is softened. I love Napa cabbage in soup. It's also called Chinese cabbage. It cooks down way softer than the normal kind of cabbage.

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    Oh...another spice that makes a totally different chicken cabbage soup is Herbes de Provence. Use with onion powder, garlic powder, s and pp
    and add the herbes to taste. It makes an interesting more french version of the soup. It has lavender flowers in it which makes a tasty difference.

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