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White Bean Vegetable Soup

Here is a perfect summer food that is healthy , delicious and very easy to make. It contains mostly vegetables and protein - white beans. This meal you can make in 30 min. You can customize it the way you like, you can add more ingredients like cheese and make it creamy. Most importantly it's a homemade healthy soup that will leave your taste buds satisfied. Ingredients: Onion Carrot Celery Tomatoes Parsley Rosemary Salt Slice of lemon Chicken stock White bean. First you cook all vegetables together very well so all the juices comes out. Then you add tomato paste and cook it all together. Then you add white butter beans and cook them together with vegetables. Add some tomatoes. Add chicken stock. Add slice of lemon. Rosemary. Salt. You can add feta cheese. 30 min later it's ready to eat.
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Mmmm oh man this looks so good!! What an easy, healthy dinner :)
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