We're also trying to eat less processed foods, and more fresh. Even with the convenience foods. I made tortillas the other day, I'll post the recipe soon. This helps us live healthier, as well as not having to worry as much about dairy 'sneaking' its way into our meals.
Anyway, check out this site: foodstoragemadeeasy.net and their post today was about using bean flour to make cream'o'chicken soup. Go check it out, they have a video tutorial showing how they made it.
Here's the recipe for you (which I haven't tried because I have no wheat grinder. Soon. . .soon. . .)
Cream of Chicken Condensed Soup Recipe:
• Grind: 4 T of any white bean (lima, navy, etc.) to make 5 T bean flour
• Combine: 5 T bean flour, 1 ¾ c. water , 4 t chicken bouillon into a saucepan
• Cook: On stovetop at medium temperature until thick and delicious (whisk frequently).The soup should cook in 3 minutes! (this may be longer if your grinder makes a very coarse flour).
Use this with cooked veggies and or meat for a complete meal. You can also add this to recipes calling for cream of chicken soup cans (I have found this replaces a can plus the water or milk in recipes).