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Three Bean Potato Soup

Now that I'm thinking about my brother and his heart, I decided to make a soup made with beans. Beans are not only a wonderful source of protein, but they also help reduce cholesterol and are packed with fiber.

I love to cook my dried beans in an instapot. It's a great way to live on a budget and ensure that my beans are lectin free.

3/4 c cooked white navy beans

3/4 c cooked red adzuki or kidney beans

3/4 c cooked garbanzo beans

Set aside


1 1/2 c chopped white onion

• 2 c chopped celery

• 2 c chopped carrots

• 2 teaspoons extra-virgin olive oil

• 4 to 8 cloves chopped garlic

• 1 teaspoon red pepper flakes

Take half of the onion mixture and purée it with 1 c of the combined beans and 1 c of the veggie stock.

Pour the resulting slurry in with the following ingredients:

3 c vegetable stock

• 14 oz chopped or stewed tomatoes

• 1 ½ cups cubed potatoes, cooked the day before and cooled

• 1 teaspoon dried oregano

• 1 bay leaf

• Salt and pepper to taste

Simmer all of the above and serve with lots of smiles!!!

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