Submitted by poemomm on September 23, 2008 - 10:02am
makes one thermos
This recipe was created, at the request of Medidating, who is looking for more soups for winter time. This recipe is meant to replicate the taste and texture of the Lipton Cup of Noodle soup (chicken flavor) that I loved as a kid…. Anyone else remember those packets??
You’ll need to start this recipe the night before in order to dehydrate the soup ingredients, particularly the noodles. This is absolutely essential in order for the recipe to work.
Spices, which do not contain enzymes and whose health properties increase substantially when ground or processed, should be treated like food supplements or medicines. I recommend using the spices I list rather than trying to use â€˜really rawâ€™ spices like tumericâ€“ if you must, please reduce the amount considerably.
Submitted by bronwyn on September 20, 2008 - 10:07am
This is my favourite raw soup. It’s surprisingly thick and creamy, so full of flavour. This is my ultimate comfort food, and it’s absolutely irresistable. This is a great soup to eat when you’re craving something warm.
In the photo I garnished the soup with chopped white button mushrooms, a dollop of chickenwithagun’s herby cashew cream cheese http://goneraw.com/recipes/1165-Herby-Cashew-Cheese, and green onions. On the side I put some organic granny smith apples and kale leaves.