© 2019 - Leslie Schilling, MA, RDN, CEDRD-S

Schilling Nutrition LLC - Henderson, Nevada

When there's a chill in the air, I think about this soup. For years, I'd forgotten about it. And then one chilly day, I had a memory of having this soup. I can see it now... I was sitting at a table with a friend looking into my tomato-based soup thinking about how the big pieces of cabbage looked. This was just one of the many times growing up I had this easy and delicious comfort meal. Which I why I call it Nostalgia Soup.

So here it is, my recipe for Veggie-Beef Nostalgia Soup.

Here’s what you’ll ne...

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