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is it really that bad for you?
the shards of metal really cut your insides up.
But im no good at this sort of thing.
I expect a lot of stick for this.
sorry, it's a really slow day...
A. Yentl Soup!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
by the fact i understand this.
over priced and under flavoured
I make my own, but I'm thinking this isn't the suggestion you want so...just don't go for the cheapest it's not THAT bad
but it isn't fattening is it?
i do prefer the fresh stuff, like.
depends on the type
cream of's are going to be worse than plain based, same as meat is going to be worse than veg (probably)
read the labels?
vegetable soup, i guess....
you can get diet soups but I imagine they're horrid, as with most diet type products
fry an onion
add whatever diced/sliced veg you like, cook for 5 minutes
add veg stock, boil then simmer for 15 minutes
be arsed to slice up vegetables today, really. i made vegetable soup once ... was utter shit.
i wish i was that funny
in a tin. YESSSSSS
Covent Garden soup co.
I love Soup.
not great. but i wasn't really asking that ... yer nar
As Slicky detailed above- a trained chimp could make soup, and the results are A/ Cheaper, B/ Nicer, and C/ Better for you
home from work in about 3 minutes ... i don't have time to go to the supermarket.
and a trained chimp would struggle in our kitchen given that there is a 10 minute window of opportunity in which all food must be prepared.
and so i get a can of soup, heat it up, poach an egg in it and serve that with a pork-pie-sausage-roll
or I have a wimpy
in the soup? or poach it seperately before transfering over to the soup?
Do you live in a goddamned jail?
However, it can still be done. You just have to chop the vegetables finely, and microwave them. Bung them in with the fried onions and some stock, and liquidise your way to soupy goodness
There's loads of worse things you could eat but it is pretty full of salt (as are the Covent Garden soups too when it comes down to it). It's not that high in fat though.
The healthier option soups I've eaten tend to be pretty good (usually different flavours to 'normal' tinned soup rather than inferior versions) but still pretty high in salt.
Heinz Vegetable soup is my favourite of the tinned variety.
When I want to splash out the Covent Garden Soup one with all the beans and stuff is nice.
Heinz Big Soup is great on a winters day.