Vegetable (Beef) Soup Recipe *Updated Video*

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  1. Stew meat instead of roast.  Put two pounds stew meat in a pot with wistersaouse and cook for two and a half hours. Can't spell wistersause, but it adds the flavor to the beef.  When you put the vegetables in, don't add water, cook in V-8 juice, it adds flavor instead of water.  If you do use water, use distilled water, not that city water.  And buy fresh vegetables in a package not a can.  They're much better.  And don't be lazy, buy and peel carrots, onions, and don't put those black eyes from the potatoes.

  2. You are right about the Tomato Paste making the Great Flavor in soup! I found too that Tomato Sauce works and it is delicious! And it's easier for me to use than the paste. Thanks for your great video!

  3. So delicious looking……..I think we will make our own soon without onions. Thanks for this updated recipe video, Tami. One more thing….just want to say a quick hello to Ashley. It was nice to hear her at the end. 💖

  4. Veg-All also has baby lima beans and I don't like those. You're right about the taste of the vegetables. I think they taste like they were soaked in water and not very flavorful. Your soup looks delicious! I did look at the older video also. You did fine.

  5. Our veggie soup looks much different. There is no meat but I do add chicken stock. Also there are no potatoes or pasta. We like to add anaheim peppers, cabbage and a can of chop suey vegetables, I love the crunch of the water chestnuts 🙂

  6. Thanks for sharing! In case you are curious..I've calculated all the nutritional info for you 🙂 I guestimated that it would be a serving of 6 for that pot. So If you feel this is wrong, just multiply the calories by 6 and then divide by how many servings you get 🙂 But I did put down the nutrional info if you get 8 servings per pot too. 🙂 So here is an image to it if you want. https://postimg.org/image/u5x3y4kn9/ haha just realized i spelled your name wrong..oops Basically, per 100 grams of weight, it's 83 calories Or if you use ounces, per 1 OZ it is 24 calories 🙂

    6 Servings per pot: 597.6 grams per serving weight

    Calories per serving: 497
    Calories from Fat: 40
    Total Fat: 4.5g
    Saturated fat: 1.3
    Cholesterol: 90 mg
    Sodium: 1453 mg
    Potassium: 553 mg
    Carbs: 81.8g
    Dietary Fiber: 21.6g
    Sugars: 19.9g
    Protein: 43.2g
    Vitamin A: 58%
    Vitamin C: 51%
    Calcium: 5%
    Iron: 18%

    8 Servings per pot: 448.2 grams per serving weight

    Calories per serving: 373
    Calories from Fat: 31
    Total Fat: 3.4 g
    Saturated fat: 1.0 g
    Cholesterol: 67
    Sodium: 1089 mg
    Potassium: 415 mg
    Carbs: 61.3 g
    Dietary Fiber: 16.3 g
    Sugars: 14.9 g
    Protein: 32.4 g
    Vitamin A: 44%
    Vitamin C: 38
    Calcium: 3%
    Iron: 14%

  7. Oh Tami!!! This looks so yummy that as I sat watching you make this…I was adding the ingredients to my grocery list!! I am going shopping today and will be making this for our dinner Saturday nite!! Thank you so much for the recipe and I enjoy watching you, Kevin and Ashley cook.

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