Recipes · Soup

Barley and Yellow Split Pea Soup

This recipe is an example of an easy soup created with both children and adults in mind. Lower the salt and miso content for young children, and adults can add a spoon of sauerkraut at the table for more flavor. I made this recipe last week and it's already approved by two young children, age… Continue reading Barley and Yellow Split Pea Soup

Main Dish · Recipes · Soup

Noodle Bowl

I have two main strategies for providing consistently healthy meals:  simplicity and creative use of leftovers. I don’t usually have time to spend an hour preparing a complicated, involved meal, especially when I try hard to make every single meal homemade and healthy. Instead, I have learned how to always make extra of everything and… Continue reading Noodle Bowl

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Snowball Soup

I woke up to snow this morning in Seattle. Snow is a rare event here and one that always makes me feel like something special is happening. During a long walk this morning, my creative juices got flowing and I created this snowball soup as soon as I returned home. Both sweet white miso and chickpea miso add… Continue reading Snowball Soup

Legumes · Recipes · Soup

Curried Lentil Soup

We all need those recipes that satisfy a broad range of different tastes and ages. This is one to take note of. Everyone I know loves this soup, including adults, teenagers and 3-year olds. It's easy to make, but has a lovely mix of flavors and is a step up from a more traditional lentil… Continue reading Curried Lentil Soup

Recipes · Soup

Millet with Sweet Vegetable Soup

I usually prepare a soup every day. Eaten at the beginning of a meal, it's a wonderful way to get our digestive juices flowing, our tummies warmed up and prepared for the rest of the meal. Millet with sweet vegetable soup can be prepared with quinoa or rice as well. Use any of the sweet… Continue reading Millet with Sweet Vegetable Soup