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|Down to Earth Organic Soup - French Lentil
Tags: bay leaves, capsicum, carrot, celery, chives, coriander, cumin, fennel, ginger, jaggery, lentil, onion, oregano, organic, paprika, parsley, pepper, potato, salt, soup, thyme, tomato, turmeric
|Down to Earth||9.0|
|Hellers Roast Chicken & Bacon Soup
Tags: bacon, bay, carrots, celery, chicken, citrus, coconut, garlic, hellers, herbs, honey, leek, lentils, nzmade, onion, pepper, pork, potato, salt, soup, spices, sugar, thyme, vinegar
|IAM Super Food - Souper: Chicken and Supergrains
Tags: beans, carrots, celery, chicken, garlic, herbs, leek, lentils, onions, peas, pumpkin, rice, salt, spices, sunflower oil, tomato
|IAM Super Food||8.2|
|Tasty Pot Meal - NZ Lamb Shank Casserole
Tags: carrot, celery, cumin, dairy free, garlic, ginger, gluten free, lamb, lentils, onion, paprika, parsnip, pepper, potato, rosemary, salt, tomato, nzmade
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|21 August at 08:36am||General search for lentil [ 4 ]|
|21 August at 08:36am||General search for shoulder [ 3 ]|
|21 August at 08:36am||General search for cantha [ 1 ]|
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|21 August at 08:35am||Products supplied by Swann [ 21 ]|
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