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Phil


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Phil, N.E. Ohio
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My Navy Bean Soup
I soaked, then cooked the beans until soft in water only. Then cooked further to reduce the water. Adding chicken broth or any salt before they softened would have made them tough. I skipped all frying of anything, why add extra oil or grease? I also used pre-chopped and frozen onions, red & green pepper and celery. Added several carrots cut into rounds, chopped celery and various spices. Last I added pre-chopped ham and let all simmer until tender.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 12, 2011
Beet Soup
I'd skip step #1 and the frying, but not the onion or garlic. I'd grate the onion and garlic into the broth and simmer. I find frying the onion and garlic makes it too strong and oily tasting. As for the beets, love them, but what to do with a 25 pound bag a friend dropped of, I have to use them-up fast. No one else wants to bother with them.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 2, 2010
Egg Salad I
Quick, easy, not bad, but strangle I had no dill or dill pickles, almost messed up and used Sweet pickle relish. I'll get Dill later, but its all done and chilling. I made it with 4 eggs, used more 'salad dressing' than what the 4 egg version called for.

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Reviewed On: Jun. 14, 2010
 
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