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Sooooooo good! This was very easy and I love how healthy it is. I added an extra 4 cups of water and didn't need to use as much oil simply because the skillet I used has a really good nonstick surface. It made so much I'm freezing the rest and plan to have it again later in the week. Thanks so much for a great recipe.

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Miss Hurricat August 22, 2009

This soup is fantastic. It was easy to prepare, and is healthy, filling and delicious. Also, if you cheat and used the pre-washed bagged kale, it is even easier! I served it for 50 people at a dinner at my church and they just loved it.

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JoAnn M. March 28, 2009

This is a wonderful and extremely healthy and satisfying soup. It was easy to make. I used a bag of already chopped mixed greens (chard, spinach, kale, mustard etc) and that made it even easier.

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mforbes321 January 04, 2009

Made this awesome thick soup for dinner last night and was just what was needed on this cold night. Pretty simple to put together with stuff I had on hand and very hearty. I had to use macaronni pasta as it's all I had and spincach instead of swiss chard for the same reason. Also cut the servings in half as there are only the two of us. Served with great Italian bread and red wine - DH delcared it great, that coming from a man that rarily comments at all. Thanks Jenny for posting.

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Bonnie G #2 December 04, 2008

Delicious! So warm, comforting, and filling on a cold fall night. I added some zucchini to get some extra vegetables in, and substituted whole wheat egg noodles for the shells. Fantastic!

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RatInHat October 30, 2007

This was a great success among the adults in my house. The one kid who tried it wasn't impressed, but this is more like "grown up" food, anyways. I accidently bought kale instead of swiss chard, but it cooks about the same so it was no problem.

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Valeria January 30, 2007
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