Zero Points Cabbage Soup | Weight Watchers Cabbage Soup

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It’s known by Zero Points Cabbage Soup and Weight Watchers Cabbage Soup. It’s low calorie, healthy, and filling. Use the vegetables in my recipe or try it with zucchini and yellow squash. Use canned tomatoes or try it with V8. Use any broth you want. This soup can be customized using the ingredients you like. If you’ve never had this soup, you should definitely try it. Recipe Link: Orrington Farms Chicken and Beef Soup Base FOLLOW ME: Website: Pinterest: Instagram: Facebook: SavorySaver participates in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases at no extra cost for you. .

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  1. That is a great healthy soup with all the lovely vegetables it's very nourishing and delicious A easy way to loose weight and you will have much better energy and make a family meal and very filling healthy foods with a cure for many health problems very easy to digest

  2. Made this today. It smells divine. Added some homemade chicken stock I had just made, also added fresh cauliflowerettes, leftover diced potatoes and some leftover creamed cauliflower. Tomorrow will add some leftover corn as well. Used some fresh herbs, hot sauce, a dash of red wine vinegar, some anchovie paste from a tube, some basil in tube and a tablespoon of sugar. (always with tomatoes.) I only used 1 can of tomatoes. And then hit the scales and see what happens.

  3. Terri, no I don't eat it for breakfast. I use the cabbage soup as an appetizer before lunch and dinner. If I need a snack, I eat the soup. I am vegan,so don't eart anything with a face, no oil or animal products of any kind. Also, no dairy or cheese. Since my food choices Are somewhat limited, this, delicious, savory soup is always in my fridge

  4. I ought a bag of chopped kale to add, as I didn't have quite enough cabbage. The kale leaves cooked beautifully . I've been eating it daily for lunch for about 45 years. If you choose the chopped, bagged kale, be aware that they chop the stems as well, which will never cook down. I plan to go back to bunch kale in the future.

  5. I ought a bag of chopped kale to add, as I didn't have quite enough cabbage. The kale leaves cooked beautifully . I've been eating it daily for lunch for about 45 years. If you choose the chopped, bagged kale, be aware that they chop the stems as well, which will never cook down. I plan to go back to bunch kale in the future.

  6. Hi! I just went to your "Recipe Link" above and really appreciate all the info including the different ways to cook, including Slow Cooker and Instant Pot. I can't wait to get to the grocery with my list so I can make this. I remember when it was called the "Dolly Parton Diet Soup". That really shows my age. :~)
    Now, can I ask an off topic question? Where did you get your spoon you used to stir the soup? And while we are at it, the knife you used to cut up the veggies? The spoon is very similar to one I use and love, but can not find one to replace it. I like the more pointed end of the spoon bowl. Most it seems today most are rounded and thick. Silly, I know to be so attached to a spoon. And I am always interested in the knives used on these videos as I don't have a very good set of knives of my own. OK… that's all. Except Thank you for a wonderful video and I am now Subscribed and will get all notifications since I clicked the "bell"… Or should I say, "Rang" the bell… LOL…

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