Want to Take the Headaches Out of Meal Planning?

Then Soupstones Meal Plans can help!

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What is Soupstones?

It’s a weekly meal planning service that helps take the headaches out of deciding what to cook on week nights.

It consists of:
1. Flexible done-for-you meal plans to help you get healthy dinners on the table without hassle.
2. ‘Adjustable’ shopping lists.
3. Recipes for 5 healthy easy weeknight dinners each week.

It gives you everything you need to ‘eat well and be well’ even after a long day at the office.

Sound good?

For more details, including how to get started go to:

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Marita Baum February 5, 2014 at 12:55 pm

Hi I am trying to find where to log in on the website but feel I am missing something?


jules February 12, 2014 at 8:58 am

Sorry Marita!

Check your email for details on how to setup your login.

You need to go to http://www.stonesoupvirtualcookeryschool.com to log in.



Harry Stoll February 19, 2014 at 8:17 pm

Hi …I made that sausage ,sweet potato , broccoli , and kale dish…popped the whole thing in the oven, and voila…it was great. I love the simplicity.


Lindsay February 11, 2015 at 12:23 pm

Hi, I just joined today. The recipe that Harry describes sounds wonderful. Can anyone tell me the name of the recipe or post a link? It sounds amazing:)


jules February 17, 2015 at 7:23 am

Hi Lindsay!
Welcome! I think the recipe is my Magic Sausage Supper that Harry has added some extra veg to.


Denise DeLuca May 23, 2014 at 1:19 am

Thanks for Stone Soup!
My family actually eats pretty well and my approach to cooking is similar to yours; however, I am in a cooking rut! I find I am making narrowing band of foods and drifting off into what’s easiest (pasta + meat + salad). Plus, with a house full of male athletes, we need lots of protein. I’ve recently signed up for a CSA and want to be able to look forward to the weekly greenery. I want to expand my limited repetoire without having to seek out expensive food. I want to shift toward more vegetarian meals while keeping my meat-seeking boys satified. Logistically, I need to be able to grab a shopping list and get what I need at the local grocery, have most of what I need handy, and be able to make meals in <60 minutes (while doing other things at the same time, as most of us do). It sounds like your meal plansdeliver all of that. (also happy to contribute my stonesoupesque recipes if you'd like them). thanks again!


Isabella Alvarez May 29, 2014 at 11:39 am

Hi my name is Isabella I just became a vegetarian and I am always always tired, I have never slept this much do you have any suggestions?


jules September 6, 2014 at 7:06 am

Hi Isabella
I experienced the same problem when I was vegetarian for a month. I found increasing my iron levels made a dramatic difference to my tiredness.
Hope that helps!


Gaye Scott May 30, 2014 at 8:47 am

Very impressed four days into the five day meal plan. The star was the caramelised cauliflower and green goddess salad.

I like the simplicity of the recipes and have learnt more in one week than I have in watching 3-4 seasons of Master Chef. But best of all, I like not having to think about what to cook every evening. cheers gaye


Lori Tanner June 4, 2014 at 1:10 am

I followed the link from my email newsletter for the discounted meal plan, but only get a blank page. Is the promotion over?


Anni Hudson August 8, 2014 at 11:05 am

Thanks so much for your book. My daughter printed the whole thing out for herself.
Love it!


Maureen Douglas August 30, 2014 at 6:24 pm

I’ve paid for the 14-day trial of the meal planning service but cannot set up my log in. Numerous attempts to enter (different) passwords have been rejected. I think the problem may be with your website as my passwords were all carefully chosen and unlikely to be used by others. Can you help?

And maybe I would have the answer to the next question if I could log in but can this service accommodate the FODMAPS diet which I use to help manage severe colitis?
Many thanks


caroline ballard September 1, 2014 at 5:52 am

Hi Maureen,

I have sent you an email to help you out with this.

(Jules Assistant)


Tallia September 3, 2014 at 11:18 am

Hi Jules,

Is there a particular reason that your prices are in USD dollars? I thought that you were based in the Snowies, in Aus. It is also a bit annoying that the price is quoted at $20, but I get to the payment stage and find that it is a little more because it has to convert to $AUS.Don’t get me wrong I am super excited to buy your product, especially as you are having a Birthday sale, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!! and it really does seem like a fantastic resource that I will use and enjoy and at an amazing price, I just got a little befuddled and nervous that I was buyng from the right site because of the $USD price.
Have a fantasic day.


Caroline (Jules Assistant) September 3, 2014 at 11:26 am

Hi Tallia,

Great question! You’re right, Jules do live in Australia. However the majority of Stonesoup readers are based in North America which is why she has chosen to price in $USD. And until recently the exchange rate was pretty much 1:1.
Our payment processor does convert to your local currency so you can avoid any overseas transaction fees.

With the Birthday Sale you should only be paying US$10 per month!

I Hope this helps.

(Jules Assistant)


Emily Arnold January 5, 2015 at 11:25 pm

Regretfully, this is of no help to me because my computer does not download. That’s right, it doesn’t. I need to opt out and do not see where to do it. So sorry!


jules January 6, 2015 at 9:14 am

hi Emily,
You actually dont have to download the meal plans if you dont want to. They are also all availabe as web pages. If you still need to opt out please email jules@thestonesoup.com and we’ll look after it for you!


Mary Sengstock February 6, 2015 at 8:31 am

Hello have gone back into your recipies of late…Thank you for continuing sending those wonderful recipies…Going to try the Kale Cobonara…Thanks…Have a wonderful day..



jules February 10, 2015 at 7:50 am

Welcome back Mary! Hope you like the kale carbonara Jx


Lindsay February 12, 2015 at 1:01 pm

Hi, I just joined today. The recipe that Harry describes sounds wonderful. Can anyone tell me the name of the recipe or post a link? It sounds amazing:)


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