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Carrot, Fennel, Citrus and Ginger Soup

This weather can sometimes be confusing, one week it feels like summer is around the corner while the next there is a significant chill in the air. This soup is very versatile and while it offers some winter warmness, it also feels fresh and light on the palate- welcoming in spring. Although this soup is made up of a few simple ingredients, don’t let its simplicity fool

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Cauliflower, Coconut and Leek Soup

This creamy cauliflower soup will warm you up from the outside in and the inside out. Starting with the base we have our allium vegetables – onions, leeks and garlic. These are not only packed with prebiotic fibres which feed the healthy bacteria in our gut, but they also provide us with a good dose the bioactive compound quercetin which powerfully switches on the anti-oxidant producing

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Watermelon & Mint Gazpacho Soup

All you need for this soup is a good blender and all the ingredients, of course. On a hot summers day, all anyone feels like is something cold, tangy and refreshing. No one wants to stand for hours and cook.  This is my spin on a classic gazpacho soup and I absolutely love the extra touch of sweetness from the watermelon and the fresh mint flavour I

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Super Green Soup

Last winter, I made a very similar soup to this one. It’s amazing how many variations of one soup can be made, just by switching one or two ingredients. What’s useful with this soup, is that it’s filled with green goodness, and can be eaten as a relatively calorie free starter or snack in a mug. All these greens are packed with folic acid, potassium, vitamin

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Carrot, Turmeric and Ginger Soup

Bugs Bunny, one of the most beloved cartoon characters, is not the only one who is a great fan of carrots, and for good reason. Carrots, a healthy root vegetable, are a very good source of beta carotene, fibre, vitamin K, potassium and nutrients that promote antioxidant effects on the body. These nutrients benefit us by promoting good vision, immune health, bone strength and blood pressure

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