I’ve recently re-discovered the first food blog that I connected with enough to read for hours:
The author, Carmella Soleil, is no stranger to the Raw food world. She brings such grace and creativity to her recipes, you’ll want to make them ALL. They are delicious works of nutritious art in my mind. She does for vegetables what Katie does for Chocolate. And you must check out Carmella’s new companion site as well: Carmellas Sunny Raw Kitchen. Its new and fun and full of wonderful information about
maximizing food nutrition and enzymes.
Today I had the pleasure of making one of her Raw soup basics, “Cucumber Dill”
This soup is a swirl of flavors from Cucumber of course, to black pepper and the bitter background of celery. Then onion, garlic and fresh dill, topped with a little salty Nori make it come alive like no other vegetable soup I’ve had before. I sound like I’m exaggerating – I’m not. It is simple and fresh beyond any soup I’ve made.
Please check out Carmella’s video page for a wonderfully detailed way to make some of this creamy, flavorful soup for yourself ;p It is possibly the freshest and most enjoyable soup I have made………and we all know my soup obsession…..that’s saying a lot to find a new fav!
The only change I made to mine was to puree in a handful of cherry tomatoes that needed using up but Carmella’s recipe alone is perfection in a light dinner or savory lunch.
You must try this one………and soon !
My thanks to Carmella and I wish her good health and happiness for all the help she’s been to so many ♥
Carmella’s books are all on sale for a few weeks as well. Check it out!
More from my site
- Strawberry Waffles with Maple Cinnamon Butter
- Food Bloggers Against Hunger – The Vegan “Value Meal”