How to make French onion soup in a slow cooker (video)

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French onion soup is a restaurant classic for a reason; it's an "everyone's favorite," but it can be time-consuming to make at home. That's why making it in a slow cooker will save you the trouble of laboring over the stovetop. In the recipe below, all you need to do is set these ingredients in the slow cooker and start the timer.
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