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MEXICAN SOUPS – BEAN AND VENISON

Another simple recipe soup with easy to source ingredients.
Starting off just as we did before.
1. Beef Broth
2. Cream Cheese
Then instead of fresh garlic or onion, add in a jar of salsa.

Then add in whatever ingredients you want to round it out.
Jaimie chose beans, and ground venison meat.

ENJOY!
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  1. May I ask, why do you not can your beans when you are canning other items? When i am canning and have space in the canner, I add jars of beans. I have my beans canned for the year before i know it.

  2. Jamie…. I enjoy your videos so much!! The head covering you have on is really great!! Would you mind doing a video on that?… I would be very interested…. maybe post it on the new 2 Torah channel? Keep up the good work!!

  3. I like your cooking videos (I to don’t like corn 😉 ) I must try out a soup like that, have not though of putting beans, cheese and grawd beef in a soup. Beautiful head-covering buy the way! Yah bless and have a good Shabbat tomorrow 🙂

  4. I agree with Zach. I like corn but, it can’t be in anything…don’t know why for sure, it just grosses me out. 🙂

  5. It made me laugh when she talked about Zac asking what was for dinner but she didn’t have a name for it. I’ve literally answered that question with “I don’t know, it doesn’t have a name.” My kids would always say it was a “Mom concoction.” But they ate it! Even if it had corn in it. LOL

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