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This is a somewhat traditional combination of elements as far as soup goes, but bok choy isn’t the leafy green you’d ordinarily add in. I like it because it’s tender and has a mild sweetness that kale or mustard greens don’t have. I used a delicious homemade mushroom broth, which added another layer of earthy flavor to the mix. 
I used 1 can of beans, 1 sausage link, 1/2 an onion, 2 cloves of garlic, and 4 cups of broth to make about 3 servings. Add in as much bok choy as the soup can handle! It’s also tasty with some cooked rice added in, if you’ve got any laying around. 

This is a somewhat traditional combination of elements as far as soup goes, but bok choy isn’t the leafy green you’d ordinarily add in. I like it because it’s tender and has a mild sweetness that kale or mustard greens don’t have. I used a delicious homemade mushroom broth, which added another layer of earthy flavor to the mix. 

I used 1 can of beans, 1 sausage link, 1/2 an onion, 2 cloves of garlic, and 4 cups of broth to make about 3 servings. Add in as much bok choy as the soup can handle! It’s also tasty with some cooked rice added in, if you’ve got any laying around. 

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