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Minestrone soup transfer to slow cooker

JoanNYC | Oct 31, 201312:46 PM     4

I want to make one of my favorite minestrone soups tomorrow. Just found out I am going to have to do something tomorrow afternoon and won't be able to stick around to watch soup for a period of time. Was wondering if anyone tried making their on stovetop and then transferring it to slow cookers for simmering. I could do the sauteeing, etc. and then transfer it when it comes time for simmer. Common sense tells me it should be no problem (except extra clean-up) but was wondering if anyone had any experience doing so. Thanks

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