Catie,I also use Parm rinds, but I have never thought of the water from my cooked beans. GENIUS! And I need to check out that Better than Bullion. I have to buy the wheat free stuff, and many bullions have hidden gluten.Your soup makes the perfect fall dish!
I , and my clan, LOVE soups-had a shortcut Chicken Pot Pie Soup last pm, and ahearty country Soup Supper last week...even tho it's still kinda toasty here...some yummy bread or crusty rolls and fruit and there you go! ANd i also adore leftovers!A cooking video in your future posts?Hugs Catie!
emily ~ yes! better than bouillon is gluten-free!here is the website: (copy & paste) http://www.superiortouch.com/retail/products/better-than-bouillonhere is what i found:"We do not add any Gluten in our Better Than Bouillon products.Gluten Free Products: Chicken, Beef, Chili, Clam, Ham, Lobster, Turkey, Au Jus, Fish, Vegetarian Line, Organic Line, Kosher Line and the All Natural Reduce Sodium Chicken."yay!martha ~ your soups sound delish! not sure i'm ready for a cooking video : )we'll see...loved the photo on your blog today!♥
I LOVE to make soups....fall is my favorite time!!I am a "formula" girl when it comes to soup too!! A little of this a pinch of that!Where do you find those tomatoes?? I can't seem to find them..however, I haven't looked at Whole Foods (there isn't one close to me, but I dont think you shop there anyway do you??)Thanks for sharing this one!!xoxo
dawn ~ i buy these tomatoes by the case at the boise co-op. with my 10% case discount + my monthly 10% member discount, they are about $1.20 a can.look at whole foods for "san marzano" variety.and, ask if they have a case discount.♥
Thanks Catie! I wondered what a comparable store here is to the Boise Co-op...we have a PCC but it is far like Whole Foods! I will have to check around!
Thanks your Catieness for the gluten info. I shall be looking for it now!I can't believe you get your tomatoes at such a good price through your co-op. I only buy Cento or Pomi, and sadly, I pay much more!!!!! But so worth it, cause I can tell when I use a different, lesser brand. Does that make me a canned tomato snob???
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