Borscht is great to have when you are feeling under the weather as it helps to reduce inflammation and detoxes the body. It is delicious served hot or cold.
Lentil Soup is chock full of veggies and spiced up with ginger, this hearty bowl of comfort makes an easy weeknight dinner! You might want to double the recipe, because this soup gets better after it sits for a while, and makes an even tastier lunch the next day!
Are you a fan of soups? So are we! We are currently enamored with lentils and wanted to share this delicious recipe with you all. Enjoy!
This garlic and ginger soup is a quick-to prep, leisurely soup that can be accomplished in stages. I tried it here at Vine one wintry day for our communal lunch. You can make it faster by simmering in a pot on the stove, or take some time with it in the crockpot. A slow simmer…
Dazzle your company with this sophisticated roasted cauliflower soup. Before you serve your main dish, start the meal with a bowl of this light, luscious, and perfectly seasoned soup. Your dinner will feel downright elegant, if only for a moment. Of course, this recipe is free of gluten, dairy and soy.
Dr. Scott’s Chicken Lentil “Warm Me Up” Soup. This recipe is perfect for a chilly Midwestern afternoon or evening. It is very healthy and contains turmeric to reduce inflammation. Remember to use organic stock, chicken, and vegetables for this recipe. Enjoy!
Chestnuts aren’t just for roasting over an open fire. Enjoy this luscious, creamy, nutrition-packed cauliflower chestnut soup as an accompaniment to any meal. Chestnuts are relatively low in calories but rich in fiber, vitamin C, folates in addition to other B vitamins, and minerals such as iron, calcium, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, as well as zinc.