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It Doesn't Get Any Easier Than This... 5 Ingredients In The Slow Cooker. Double The Protein Too!



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Looks and sounds yummy. I still can't do Beans so well yet, but I sure hope that changes soon. This looks like a wondeful cold winter day sort of Soup. Thanks for sharing!!!

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Sounds yummy for a rainy day! Thank you for sharing with us. :)

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Throw in some cornbread and you're barkin' right up my tree! :)

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What is the carb count for it?

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I went to MFP and did a very quick calculation on the nutrition info. I used 12 oz for the ham. It may not be exact, but ballpark is good enough for me. I made 8 servings out of the recipe and it came to 164 cal, 15 carbs, 11 prot and 7 fat. Very acceptable for a bean Soup. You could add some extra type of Protein or more ham...get creative...and this will be a wonderful meal.

@Soup-a-Woman - I am a year-round soup girl. I eat chili and soup anytime...I just turn up the AC!! And cold Soups are awesome, too. I really appreciate all your great recipes. Keep it up!!! Kathe

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Sounds yummy! Thanks for posting.

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Is not being able to eat Beans common for sleevers? I really never thought about that being an issue... I toss beans into almost every Soup since I'm always striving to get 2 sources of Protein into each (one meat source, one plant-based source). I don't have any problems with beans at all. pancakes, now, pancakes are another story. **shudder**

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Is not being able to eat Beans common for sleevers? I really never thought about that being an issue... I toss Beans into almost every Soup since I'm always striving to get 2 sources of Protein into each (one meat source' date=' one plant-based source). I don't have any problems with beans at all. pancakes, now, pancakes are another story. **shudder**[/quote']

Only in the very early stages(Clear liquids & full liquids) once you are on to mushiness they are fine.

Other than that, its all an individual thing.

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Soup-a-woman-I am 4 weeks 2 days post-op & I have no problem eating Beans, in fact, I haven't had a problem with any food yet. I am on regular foods now & had steak & shrimp last night & it went down just fine. I was having a problem with turkey burgers & bison burgers feeling like they were "stuck" going down but realized I wasn't chewing my food well enough. Now that I am, I have no issues. I have had Wendy's chili & I eat refried beans alot too (fat free). Obviously, it is an individual thing as to what one can eat.

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