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RAW VEGAN VEGETABLE ABUNDANCE SOUP RECIPE
This raw vegan vegetable abundance soup recipe from Living Foods expert Brenda Cobb is from the Live Fresh Recipe cookbook.
These vegetable soup ingredients are full of nutrients to help your body maintain optimum health!
This vegan abundance soup recipe, whether left raw or cooked, has a slightly tangy, sweet flavor and is easy to make for a quick dinner or prepare the day before for lunch.
It can be served warm, hot or cold, either way it tastes great and smells delicious.
On a hot summer day, we show you with this recipe how to make vegetable soup and keep it light!
If you’re a fan of gazpacho, this carrot and tomato based vegetable soup makes a wonderful addition to your raw soup recipes.
Make this a one-dish wonder by whipping this up in a power blender!
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HEALTH BENEFITS OF CARROTS
Carrots have strong cleansing properties that are effective in detoxifying the liver, thus very effective for acne that is caused by toxins in the blood.
Carrots are also useful for treating uneven skin tones due to pigmentation.
The vitamin A and other nutrients contained in carrots efficiently nourish the skin, prevent dry skin and other skin blemishes.
Chewing carrots can help clean your teeth, and is the best way to keep your mouth clean after meals.
They act as natural abrasives that help in eliminating the dirt and plaque from the teeth and gums.
They also trigger a lot of saliva, which helps to scrub away stains on your teeth.
Minerals in carrots helps to kill germs in the mouth and prevent tooth damage.
Raw Vegan Vegetable Abundance Soup
- Chopped Vegetable Mixture
- 2 tablespoons chopped organic tomatoes
- 2 tablespoons chopped organic carrots
- 2 tablespoons chopped organic celery
- 2 tablespoons chopped organic red pepper
- Soup Mixture
- 3 cups chopped organic tomatoes
- 1 cup chopped organic carrots
- 2 organic garlic cloves peeled
- 1 tablespoon chopped organic onion
- 2 stalks organic celery halved
- 1 tablespoon chopped organic red bell pepper
- 1 tablespoon nutritional yeast
- 1 teaspoon nama shoyu raw soy sauce
- 1 cup purified water
- 1 tbsp chopped organic parsley
- Place all ingredients for Soup Mixture into blender and secure lid.
- For Blendtec: Press the SOUPS button or blend on a High speed for 90-180 seconds, blending longer for hotter soup.
- For Vitamix: VARIABLE, speed #1. Turn machine on and slowly increase speed to VARIABLE, speed #10, then to HIGH. Blend for 2 minutes or until warm.
- Pour the creamy soup mixture into a bowl and stir in the Chopped Vegetable Mixture.
- Garnish with the chopped parsley.
- Soup may be served warm or cold.
2. For fuller flavors, consider making the day before so spices can ferment.
BLENDER BABES RECIPE TESTER NOTES
“I subbed tamari for nama shoyu, because it’s gluten-free. Next time I think I’ll add a slice or two of avocado to make the recipe creamier and would be a nice addition.”
“Taste great, smelled very fresh. Next time I will probably add a little salt, eliminate the soy sauce, add basil, and maybe spinach.”
” I suggest letting it sit longer to heighten the flavors, overnight in the fridge or simmer for an hour. I ate it both ways (cold and hot). It tasted better when left to linger in the flavors.”
Reprinted with permission by Vitamix. Copyright © Vitamix Culinary Center Live Fresh Recipe Cookbook.
3 thoughts on “Raw Vegan Vegetable Abundance Soup Recipe”
Sounds yummy. But will someone please tell me…. I have a Blendtec and was under the impression that I could just put it all in the blender… do I have to chop every thing ahead of time? Can I just throw 4 tomatoes and a carrot into the jar along with everything? Is there a system? Thank you for your kind attention.
Hey Sheila! Great question! I usually cut all fruit and vegetables in half at least, sometimes quarters. But I don’t throw it in whole. Basically you just want to prep slightly, but not as much as you need to do with a “”regular”” blender, which is prepping usually to 1 inch pieces. One of the perks with Blendtec is you don’t need a tamper and have to stand there to push ingredients down with it. That said, lightly prepping your ingredients will make sure nothing gets stuck and that blade can pulverize whatever you throw at it. Hope that helps!
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I like that this recipe is full of vegetables and for me was a great introduction to making soup in my new Blendtec; however, it is very bland. Next time I would add some seasonings such as cumin and/or cayenne pepper. I added more quantity of vegetables to the Chopped Vegetable Mixture and also included chopped baby kale and dry basil.