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    Chitty's Vegaterian Soup

    Time to empty the fridge of every veggie and sling them in a pot and make a healthy soup full of vitamins.

    First job is to sharpen the knives and get cracking on the sweet Christmas vino. ...





    Then get chopping and bang the lot in the biggest pot in the house.
    Bring to the boil and leave to stew overnight.
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    Bish,bash,bosh!



    Let's crack on with the festive cheer
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    Throw some pasta in too...it’ll be done by morning.

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    Needs a nice hefty stewing beef shank....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Bring to the boil and leave to stew overnight.
    ...let it cool before throwing the sludge over your shoulder and getting back to the wine...

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    Needs a nice hefty stewing beef shank....
    I'm seriously considering boshing some meat into the mix!

    It's a marathon not a sprint.

    This bad boy loopadoopdoop will be ready for lunchtime tomorrow.

    It's still stewing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ...let it cool before throwing the sludge over your shoulder and getting back to the wine...


    You know eating too much Hi-So food will give you black lines and a yellow ting to your skin.

    A little 'sludge' is good for your Soul

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Throw some pasta in too...it’ll be done by morning.
    Minestrone stylee, hmm might just do that

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ...let it cool before throwing the sludge over your shoulder and getting back to the wine...
    Why peeps boil mulled wine is beyond me, it tastes much nicer and sweeter almost akin to a sherry neat and unmolested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    A little 'sludge' is good for your Soul
    ...it's certainly a boon for the dentally challenged...

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    The secret to good vegetable soup is MSG!


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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    The secret to good vegetable soup is MSG!
    ...wrong thread: this one's about chitty's sludgefest...

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    I could go with some vadgeatarian soup right about now. Wonder if Smoochi has a presence here in PA

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    Brownie points :

    I green owed for promoting vegetarianism.

    I red owed for being a weak kunt and taking up smoking again.

    Net effect : zero.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    Net effect : zero
    ...particularly where soup is concerned...

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    It's well stewed and packed into five plastic box's in the fridge for next weeks health kick, i did have a cheeky bowl last night before it was properly fermented and it tasted damn reasonable

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    Thumbs up

    Your cooking looks much better without pictures of the final product, Chitty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    Needs a nice hefty stewing beef shank....
    !!!! The first sensible words you've written. Ever.
    Yes, or shin. Even various beef or pork bones.
    I'd lay off the pasta as you have tatties already and besides, pasta's not so good long slow cooked.

    Personally I never put any of the brassica group in soups as they tend to imbue in it a sulphurous malodour that robs the mushrooms, carrots etc of their flavour.
    Way to go: Do a big pot and divide it up into freezer portions for later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maanaam View Post
    pasta's not so good long slow cooked.
    ...yuh think?...

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