Comforting and quick, this simple soup abounds with mushrooms and noodles. A trip to an Asian market to find exotic noodles is no longer necessary. Most well-stocked supermarkets feature an array of imported noodles in the Asian foods section. Read More→Print This Post
This soup can be enjoyed warm or cold, depending on the time of the year. The flavors mingle the longer they hang out together, so cook it well ahead of time if possible. Feel free to adjust the amount of ginger for a milder or stronger flavor. Cancer-fighting miso helps strengthen the good bacteria in the gut, and adds a little saltiness. Recipe reprinted with permission from Kicking Cancer in the Kitchen by Annette Ramke & Kendall Scott (© 2012 Running Press, a member of the Perseus Books Group). Read More→Print This Post
An appetizing, mildly spiced mélange of nourishing beans, quinoa, and greens, this makes a stellar centerpiece for a soup-based meal, as it’s done in 30 minutes or less. Quinoa is an excellent source of protein, making this practically a meal in a bowl. Photo by Susan Voisin, Fat Free Vegan Kitchen. Recipe adapted from Vegan Express.
Pureed soft tofu makes a low-fat but rich-tasting base for a soup sure to please mushroom enthusiasts. This comforting soup is a great first course for most any kind of meal or can be served side-by-side with sandwiches and wraps. Use leftover soup as a delicious Stroganoff sauce for pasta. Read More→Print This Post
Pureed silken tofu is a superb base for creamy soups, such as chowders. It provides substance without the need for thickening. The mild, familiar flavors will entice kids of all ages to enjoy a soothing bowl of soup. Read More→Print This Post
Characteristics of certain Indonesian vegetable dishes are colorful vegetables (in this case, broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, and bell pepper) enveloped in a rich, spicy peanut sauce. Read More→Print This Post