New Help about Cooking with Starchy Veggies
I am just starting my third week and am down 10 pounds so far. I am planning on making a vegetable beef soup with cabbage and green beans. I have a 5 year old DD who LOVES carrots and potatoes in soup. My question is if I cook the soup w/carrots and potates but do not eat the carrots on potatoes, will there be a lot of carbohydrates leeched (??) from the potatoes/carrots in liquid?? I'm sure there will be some, but I have no idea. Thoughts??
Make the soup for your family as usual. Just make a small portion for yourself without the added veggies of carrots and potatoes.
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right. if you cook those vegetables in the soup you are going to eat, they will contribute carbs, even if you fish them out.
I have had really good luck with diced daikon radish in soups, to make a potato-like addition. They lose their sharp flavor when they cook.
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