You can save cooking time by slicing your vegetables very thinly -- it'll only take about 10 minutes this way, but cutting will take longer, your choice. This was an OK base, I made the following changes: I used sweet potatoes instead of white No celery halfway during the browning, I threw in a large tablespoon of garlic and a teaspoon of ginger After blending, mix in a couple dashes of cinnamon and other herbs to taste. I found that if you don't mind a thick, baby food like consistency, you'll have tons of flavor without having to add cheese or sour cream. It's delicious and super healthy.
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You can save cooking time by slicing your vegetables very thinly -- it'll only take about 10...