Whether as a first course, an accompaniment to your lunch, or the starring attraction, this brightly-coloured creamy soup is not only full of antioxidants and the goodness of organic vegetables, but also big on real, fresh flavour.
Serves 8 to 12.
It All Starts with the Soil: Do you remember? Food once was grown for flavour, and flavour meant nutrients. Today, most food is grown for quantity, efficiency, and low cost. Flavour is added in processing through chemicals, sugar, and refined fats. But your body is not fooled—nutrients make your body work properly.
This soup gets its flavour from the organic vegetables which get theirs from nutrient-rich soil. The trace elements that are present, which some experts call ‘the invisible nutrients’, are extremely important to the functioning of the body. The addition of simple seasonings enhances that flavour with whole, real nourishment. Enjoy a bowl… or two or three!
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