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Cumin-Scented Wheat Berry-Lentil Soup

March/April 2007, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)

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Freshly squeezed lemon juice adds a bright note to this toothsome and hearty winter soup, perfect for a weeknight supper with a hunk of crusty bread. It freezes beautifully—you can keep individual portions in the freezer for healthy weekday lunches. For homemade vegetable broth, see Roasted Vegetable Stock at eatingwell.com.



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Cumin-Scented Wheat Berry-Lentil Soup

24 Reviews for Cumin-Scented Wheat Berry-Lentil Soup

04/14/2013
tasty and healthy

This is very good and filling. Make sure that the lentils and wheatberries are cooked well. I doubled the cumin and added a tsp.of ground coriander.

easy to prepare, good vegetarian meal
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11/19/2012
Anonymous

I will never sign on to this web site again..when I printed the recipe I got reams of unwanted information, at least 8 pages
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Anonymous wrote 41 weeks 1 day ago

obviously you do not know how

obviously you do not know how to print a recipe! Click the print button on the actual page. You can then print as a .pdf or just on paper without all the garbage you get when you go to File.Print!

11/19/2012
Anonymous

I will never sign on to this web site again..when I printed the recipe I got reams of unwanted information, at least 8 pages
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11/19/2012
Anonymous

I will never sign on to this web site again..when I printed the recipe I got reams of unwanted information, at least 8 pages
Readers BEWARE

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11/19/2012
Anonymous

I will never sign on to this web site again..when I printed the recipe I got reams of unwanted information, at least 8 pages
Readers BEWARE

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