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Portions: 6 Serving size: 1-1/3 cups
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It looks like a good recipe. I use no salt chicken broth and would use fresh mushrooms. If I precook the carrots and drain the water to lower the potassium, could I use more carrots? Would adding celery change the nutrient values much? Why is there added salt? Dietitian comment: If you add 1/2 cup celery potassium is still acceptable at 410 mg per serving. An additional 1/2 cup carrots adds 30 mg potassium per serving, but if you are boiling first and draining the water before adding to the soup that amount will be 1/3 to 1/2 lower. The salt is optional.
Dec. 17, 2013, 10:43 AM - Inappropriate review?
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