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Superfood Soups: 100 Delicious, Energizing & Plant-based Recipes (Julie Morris's Superfoods) Hardcover – September 6, 2016
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"Morris details what's needed to create a superfood kitchen and pantry, cataloging ingredients from açai berries to yacon with flavor notes, recommended forms, and best uses. Techniques, too, receive their own focus, with discussions of equipment conventional (e.g., blender) as well as nontraditional, such as the dehydrator. Helpful appendixes include a superfood substitution cheat sheet, conversion charts, how to make nut and seed milks, frequently asked questions, and an ingredient resources guide." –Booklist
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This book has 100 recipes which is a good start, and every single one of them, a healthy plant based soup. The book begins with a brief look overall at the topic of soup, some principles of creating a super food soup and basics – good fats, seasonings, aromatics, beans, soup composition, and some super food essentials . On the latter it is worth knowing that this is a book that will require you pick up some items at a specialist shop -think medicinal mushrooms, super berries, sea vegetables , seeds , grains -I am sure you can substitute (and there is a cheat sheet at the back) but note recipes feature maca, spirulina powder, dulse, wheatgrass powder. This was the one thing I did not love, for though I have many of these, if you do not, you will spend a pretty penny acquiring them and having been there with other books, it’s a pain!
Then there are useful tips such as cheat sheets on cooking with super foods, cost breakdown, pantry ideas, health benefits, before delving into soups lead by broths – including those for energy, detox, beauty and healing which in a concept I love about this book.
Then we go to chilled soups, which loving in a hot area I loved, and this goes so much more beyond just a traditional gazpacho - I loved the carrot, ginger and cannot wait to try the coconut turmeric. Then we have creamy soups, such as a corn soup or greens soup and a new take on a potato leek soup. Many of these I should note are accompanied by stunning pictures such as the truffled asparagus soup. This is followed by ‘brothy and noodle soups’ with a take on tortilla soup using chia seeds or a miso noodle soup, there is ramen, Pad Thai and some very creative , way out ideas such as green tea soup!
We then go to chowders and porridges,, the kitchari is my absolute favorite as I love this dish and this recipe is simpler than most; then stews and chili, followed by accouterments - garnishes, horseradish cream , pesto or even coconut bacon bits. Followed by a useful guide on sourcing some of these ingredients!
This is a great, creative cookbook, full of super food soups that will keep me warm, happy and healthy all winter!