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SOUP RECIPES PLEASE...

 
Don'tBeAfraid

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01/03/2013 07:33 PM
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Re: SOUP RECIPES PLEASE...
Miso soup is actually a simple soup that very good for you. It can be made vegetarian or with fish stock from sardines or bonito.

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If I was a prepper on the coastlines somewhere, I'd definitely make use fresh seaweed. It's not safe any longer in Japan because of the radioactive isotopes deposited into the food chain, but someone in Ireland or Spain might consider making it.

New England too. With the Corexit on in Louisiana and carried around Florida, I wouldn't harvest local seaweed and make it.

Fermented soybeans make up the miso that gives it it's name. Soybeans can be grown in many climates and are an excellent bean to raise in any garden. They are nutritious, but guys shouldn't eat too many of them since they contain plant estrogens. So do peanuts by the way, but seldom do you hear people worry about that.

Serving this with rice makes for a very inexpensive meal, but you really need a little more food like some tuna sashimi with it with grated wasabi and some aged soy.

Don't omit the sesame. It imparts a delicate flavor that to me needs to be in it.
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01/03/2013 07:40 PM
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I'm about to go make soup for dinner...

RED LENTIL SOUP

sautee an onion, add one or two chopped carrots and celery stalks.

Put in 3 cups red lentils and cover with water or broth.

peel a couple potatoes and dice into small cubes, add it to the soup.

Simmer until the lentils fall apart...and the potatos are cooked.

Add salt and pepper and allspice.

When done, serve with olive oil and lemon juice (to taste)...I like to add some sriracha sauce or something spicy for warmth...your choice.
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I've never cooked or eaten lentils.......but I'm going to try your recipe. Sounds awesome. I don't even have any allspice in my cupboard, but I'm gonna try it. Thanks.
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Crab Bisque has wonderful delicate flavors. It has a special fragance that is very calming and centering. If you love you the ocean like I do, then there's something very magical about eating it.

Most people screw it up because they try to avoid the heavy cream. Listen, use the cream, and then do more crunches. Life's too short to eat bad soup.

Use something locally if you can't get crab. Try using fresh water prawns that a lot of locals are raising on old spent agricultural land. That works.
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This guy must come from Viking stock.
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01/03/2013 07:42 PM
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I am a huge fan of this quick, simple, cheap, recipe

TOMATO BASIL

28 oz of canned tomatoes ( I use 4 or 5 fresh tomatoes or a bowl full of plum tomatoes)
1/2 cup basil
1 tsp thyme
cup of chicken or vegetable broth
1 onion
2 or more cloves of garlic
1 tbls Olive oil (I use coconut oil)

I throw the tomatoes in blender and tap it on to get it a nice consistency. Heat coconut oil up, I use a little more coconut oil because its good for you, throw the garlic in the get it to cook a little bit and then the onion. Cook until translucent, add tomato, basil, thyme and vegetable oil. Simmer about 20 mins, add water if a lot evaporates. I also add cayenne pepper to the mix, sometimes a little habanero.
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Crab Bisque has wonderful delicate flavors. It has a special fragance that is very calming and centering. If you love you the ocean like I do, then there's something very magical about eating it.

Most people screw it up because they try to avoid the heavy cream. Listen, use the cream, and then do more crunches. Life's too short to eat bad soup.

Use something locally if you can't get crab. Try using fresh water prawns that a lot of locals are raising on old spent agricultural land. That works.
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This guy must come from Viking stock.
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This guy is a lil strange but I'm gonna try his bisque. Thanks for posting.

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