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    Recipe Books

    Can anyone reccomend any good recipe books for soups and main meals using beans and pulses?

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    mix em with some tommy k and instant baked beans???

    That wasn't what your after????

    I'll leave and never return to any thread that has reci summit or other in the title!!!!

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    Re: Recipe Books

    Quote Originally Posted by Sarah View Post
    Can anyone reccomend any good recipe books for soups and main meals using beans and pulses?
    Not sure if I like thw sound of this?

    This isn't want I'm going to be eating it is?

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    you can fart ya way up the hills!!

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    Have you had a look on the bbc website. They have some good suggestions.
    Last edited by Graeme; 14-06-2007 at 03:56 PM. Reason: Rubbish Spelling

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    Quote Originally Posted by hopey View Post
    Not sure if I like thw sound of this?

    This isn't want I'm going to be eating it is?
    Being a little presumtuous aren't you?

    Thanks Greame I'll have a look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calf View Post
    you can fart ya way up the hills!!
    hadn't thought about the flatulence, best make sure OH doesn't have any ......... enough said!

    How do you do a double quote thing, save me putting two post on?

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    Re: Recipe Books

    Quote Originally Posted by Calf View Post
    you can fart ya way up the hills!!
    And lek on the way down?

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    Re: Recipe Books

    Sarah,

    get some vegetable stock, a Massive sauce pan and about 5 litres of water.

    Then pile as much vegetables and lentils in there as you possible can.

    No matter what I used to put in my super slimmer soup/broth/paste it always tasted the same.

    I did used to add a few chickens for protein.

    I also added waterchestnuts for that added crunch

    I may make some more on the back of this.

    Yummy
    Last edited by NotOnUrHelly; 14-06-2007 at 04:42 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NotOnUrHelly View Post
    Sarah,

    get some vegetable stock, a Massive sauce pan and about 5 litres of water.

    Then pile as much vegetables and lentils in there as you possible can.

    No matter what I used to put in my super slimmer soup/broth/paste it always tasted the same.

    I did used to add a few dead chickens for protein.

    I also added waterchestnuts for that added crunch

    I may make some more on the back of this.

    Yummy
    Cheers Jamie, i'll give it a go. It maybe a dum question but do you soak the dried stuff first and for how long? or do you just chuck them in the pot as they are?

    Really glad the chickens were dead when you added them!

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