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Farmers Vegetable Soup Recipe


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An immune boosting soup that boasts a harvest of savory vegetables


Recipe:

http://northamericanpharmacal.com/living/2014/02/farmers-vegetable-soup-recipe/


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I love a vegetable soup, esp in the evening - warming in cold wheather too, thankyou for the link.  Very easy on the digestive system too, and cleansing to the lymphatic system, easy to make.
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Yum! That bowl of soup looks exactly like my favorite recipe - right down to the parsnips and turnips. I add green peas to mine - only lightly cooked and added toward the finish. I have a good supply in my freezer right now ready to eat during this cold weather. It is a good recipe to add peanut butter too - the credit for that going to our own Lola! I'm always using up my broth for other things so the peanut butter is a very good stand in! Delish!


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Yum! That bowl of soup looks exactly like my favorite recipe - right down to the parsnips and turnips. I add green peas to mine - only lightly cooked and added toward the finish. I have a good supply in my freezer right now ready to eat during this cold weather. It is a good recipe to add peanut butter too - the credit for that going to our own Lola! I'm always using up my broth for other things so the peanut butter is a very good stand in! Delish!


how about Almond or Pumpkin Butter instead since I can't have peanut butter?
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how about Almond or Pumpkin Butter instead since I can't have peanut butter?

Nut butters should be essentially interchangeable unless the flavor difference overwhelms the rest of the dish...


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Nut butters should be essentially interchangeable unless the flavor difference overwhelms the rest of the dish...


Yes, yes. It is surprising what these butters do for soup!! But Lola has been trying to tell us that for ages!


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Being a Warrior, my soup is radically different:

Miso
Tamari
Ginger/Garlic paste
Mushrooms
Tofu
Asian greens (Yu Choi or Gai-Lan)
Scallions
Spelt Noodles
Sesame Oil
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Being a Warrior, my soup is radically different:

Miso
Tamari
Ginger/Garlic paste
Mushrooms
Tofu
Asian greens (Yu Choi or Gai-Lan)
Scallions
Spelt Noodles
Sesame Oil


gosh.. that sounds great...
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Yum! That bowl of soup looks exactly like my favorite recipe - right down to the parsnips and turnips. I add green peas to mine - only lightly cooked and added toward the finish. I have a good supply in my freezer right now ready to eat during this cold weather. It is a good recipe to add peanut butter too - the credit for that going to our own Lola! I'm always using up my broth for other things so the peanut butter is a very good stand in! Delish!


How much do you add Spring?  
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I add at least a heaping tablespoon to a smallish pot of soup.


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