Replacement for Potatoes in Soup/Stew?

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  1. WCLegend90

    WCLegend90 Orange Belt

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    I'm going to be following the paleo diet more closely, so I need to replace the potatoes in a cheap but healthy beef soup/stew I make. I need something that has the "filling" aspect of the potatoes.

    (Other ingredients = stew beef cuts, celery, carrots, w/e other veggies I have in the fridge that I feel like putting in)
     
  2. Jaydoogan

    Jaydoogan Guest

    beef n barley stew , make u strong like a horse .
     
  3. 888Shogun888

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    can you use sweet potatoes? What about leeks. CArrots would be a good one like you mentioned.
     
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    WCLegend90 Orange Belt

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    As far as I know, sweet potatoes cannot be used. I've never had leek before, so I can try that out.
     
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    Cauliflower!
     
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    Chickpeas FTW!
     
  8. stewy37

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    I used Erco's beef stew recipe (delicious) and he used turnips instead of potatoes. It worked quite well.
     

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