June 2018 Foodwatch Newsletter - "Souped up" for winter

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Tuesday, 26 June 2018.
Tagged: balanced diet, eBook, Foodwatch Newsletter, health, healthy eating, healthy heart, healthy lifestyle, healthy recipe, newsletter, nutrition, soup, vitamins

June 2018 Foodwatch Newsletter -
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This month I want to look at an old winter warmer favourite, soup. Soups are great. They’re filling, you can use up leftovers or start from scratch and they’re a definite crowd-pleaser on a cold night.

Warming soups, recipes and more

This June edition of the Foodwatch Newsletter points you to some of my many posts on soup as well as where to find the easiest and tastiest soup recipes. 

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