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Starting phase II the second 3 weeks. It says I can have chili and Beans. What about all you guys? What chili are you eating ? Any recipes? Any suggestion on food to eat, brands, ect, in Phase 2

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I make my own. I use ground beef onions peppers and kidney Beans.< /p>

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Lots of people eat Wendy's chili. It is pretty good. Home made is better, though.

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Hormel turkey chilli rocks :)

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I make an easy chili for my family:

1pound ground turkey

1 red bell pepper chopped

1 green bell pepper chopped

1onion chopped

I small can Tomato paste

1 can diced tomatoes

2 cans black Beans

1 can chicken stock

a handful of chili powder to taste And garlic powder, salt, pepper..or if I'm feeling even more lazy I just use a packet of chili spices and disregard the directions on it! Brown the turkey I'm a big pot Dump the rest in and cook until peppers are tender

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I make my own too. I get the fantastic food brand...vegetarian chili (I am not a vegetarian, but used to be)...and I follow the directions...but I soften bell peppers, onions, zucchini, and squash in a frying pan with some evol. I then put everything in my crock put and let it sit for a couple of hours...delicious.

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whoops I forgot to say I added ground turkey this time...to up the Protein.< /p>

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Since I have nobody to eat the leftovers of what I cook, it's Wendy's chili all the way. For two bucks and some change I get like 2-3 meals. It works!

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i am vegetarian and make a nice chili with Boca burger,pepper,onion canned tomatoes,chipoltle,of maple syrup.....and i suggest soybeans because it's 30 p per cup

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http://www.hormel.com/products/Variety.aspx?ID=15&RecipesOnly=False

Hormel's Cook-off series.

These are pretty good.

My wife makes a mean chili. My mom did ,too.

I have to be careful with chili, my overeat food.

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I keep a couple of cans of Trader Joe's Organic Vegetarian Chilli in the cupboard. Nobody at my house really likes chilli so I get my fix this way. I will make my own when its really cold and I am really motivated.

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I found the Wendy's chili to be too hot and thin. However, I had the Applebee's chili and LOVE it! I eat 1/3 of it for a meal, rest in the fridge for the next day. They have curbside pickup so I order it on the way home from work and pick it up 5 minutes later.

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Not sure if you have a Texas Roadhouse by you but I love their chili. I cook a lot but have never mastered chili.

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In our grocery store (HEB) in our seasons aisle, we have a box called 2 Alarm Chili. It has all the seasonings you will need, and the directions. All you need is your meat of choice. It is easy to make and REALLY good. I cannot wait for chili.....:)

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