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welcome … a friend of mine puts grated cheese and onions on top of hers and it’s good, but I guess you’re talking about cooking. I use to make a great chili, haven’t made it in years because there’s nobody to eat it. But after I did the initial startup I put it in my slow cooker and let it simmer all night on low. I don’t like crock pots, but the slow cooker that I had made great stew, r/b/r, and I’d even slow cook my sauce for lasagna. To me, the slow cooking gives it a great flavor
also, have you ever used lipton onion soup mix in it?