‘Please stop cooking’: Internet disses 'RHONY' alum Bethenny Frankel’s soup recipe
NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK: The ‘Real Housewives Of New York’ ex-star Bethenny Frankel loves to share her thoughts and opinions on her social media platform. The star, who hosts her podcast ‘Just B with Bethenny Frankel’, also chooses to share other tidbits from her day-to-day life on her Instagram profile. Recently, the reality star decided to share a soup recipe with her fans and followers that she describes as “delicious” and “clean.” While her recent video may not have garnered the housewife any backlash from the internet, it did end up subjecting her to plenty of online critiques.
The ‘RHONY’ housewife revealed that whenever she has vegetables that are about to go bad, she uses the leftover greens to create this “healthy” soup. The soup by Bethenny included potatoes, carrots, celery, garlic, broccoli, and bay leaf and was seasoned with salt, pepper, and lemon juice. She even added white beans to “thicken” the soup. The ‘RHONY’ alum also noted that while she prefers “pureed” soups, she opted not to puree this particular soup for aesthetic reasons. But while Bethenny was raving about her “clean” and healthy soup, her followers didn’t seem impressed by her recipe. Many expressed that they felt the soup was “too bland” and wondered why she did not use the vegetable stalk.
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In the comments sections of the video posted by Bethenny, the internet critiqued the reality star, as one person wrote, “Definitely need chicken broth or a bouillon cube for flavor.” While another questioned, “Isn’t it a bit bland?” A commenter chimed in with: “Needs flavor! Broth, onion something! Otherwise boiled veggies with salt and pepper.” While one observer also pointed out, “Was that just water added? O... am I the only one watching? Lol.” A person also noted that the recipe needed more flavor and wrote, “You need onion and garlic. Some kind of flavor.” Someone also critiqued Bethenny’s use of the word “clean” for the recipe, penning, “I wish people would stop saying “eating clean” and “food is clean”. It sounds like they put bleach or Windex on everything. Stop it!”
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