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    Hi. Im 10wks pregnant and suffering from Hyperemesis. Soup is basically the only thing I can eat.

    Do you have any soup recipes that I can cook in the slow cooker. Preferably minimal attention and preparation.

    No rice, pasta, seafood, lamb.

    Thank you. I'm hoping to cook a small amount then freeze on small portions so I only have to cook one a week.

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    Easy chicken and corn
    2 breast diced
    2 tins of creamed corn
    2 litres of chicken stock
    1 onion
    (sometimes i fry the onion and with some diced bacon for a little yummy twist)

    easy beef and veg
    dice a steak
    onion
    carrot
    celery
    cabbage
    zucchini
    yellow squash
    2 tins of small tins or 1 large tin of diced tomatoes
    2 litres of stock eg beef or veg

    pumpkin soup
    diced onion
    diced bacon
    pumpkin
    paprika
    2 litres of water

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    Thank you. Those are perfect.

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    Not slow cooker, but I just pop all in a big saucepan and just simmer til soft.

    Pumpkin soup:

    Pumpkin
    Potato
    Leek
    Onion
    Chicken Stock

    I don't measure, just chuck it all in and serve with cracked pepper and cream.

    Vegetable soup:
    Pumpkin
    Potato / Sweet potato
    Leek
    Carrot
    Celery
    Onion
    Zucchini
    Chick peas
    Broccoli / Cauliflower (optional)
    Bacon / Ham (optional)

    And usually just whatever else I may have... Just chop it all up, and simmer in saucepan and then blend. Serve with cracked pepper and dinner rolls.

    Also on the Better Homes and Gardens website Fast Ed has a yummy potato and leek soup and I also tried a leek and broccoli soup a few weeks back but wasn't a fan.

    Yum, I love soups. Am thinking of making chicken and corn chowder this weekend.
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    Just a heads up. You can exchange rice or pasta with potato finely diced/grated or pumpkin to help thicken it up. It will change the taste.

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    Potato isn't a really good idea either. It tends to hurt a lot coming up.

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    What about using sweet potato or does it to the same?

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    I don't usually eat sweet potato so I'm not sure.


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