THE PLANT-BASED COMMUNITY COOKERY SCHOOL
A delicious classic. The fresh orange juice adds a tasty zing. Perfect for cold days.
This hearty Spring soup is quick & easy to make and packed full of greens!
Mushrooms have powerful immune boosting properties (called beta glucans) so are ideal to stave off colds and flu in winter. A bowl of soup as a starter is also a good way to get one of your 7 cupfuls of plants a day for the fibre to feed the good bacteria in the gut and help overall health.
A delicious and creamy soup which can also be eaten a a curry by using less liquid.
A simple smooth tasting and filling soup to savour to using two different types of tubers, the humble potato and Jerusalem artichokes
Nettles are nature’s free medicine. Nettles can be used in almost any dish just as you would use spinach. When cooked they taste similar to spinach and a great way to sample this incredible free food source for the first time is by making soup.
The colour of this soup gives a clue to its nutritional benefits, butternut squash is high in fibre and it has a low glycaemic load, so helps to keep your blood sugar balanced. The smoky chickpea croutons add a kick, some crunch and extra protein to the soup.
This nourishing soup is a speedy, throw-it-together recipe for cold winter days and nights.
If you are making lanterns for Halloween, this is a good use for the delicious pumpkin flesh so nothing goes to waste! Delicious regardless of whether you're making at Halloween or not.
Cucumber is a hydrating vegetable, rich in B vitamins. Cucumbers also contain potassium, magnesium and fibre, which help to regulate blood pressure. The almonds make this soup creamy also adding protein and Vitamin E to this dish.
A creamy rich soup with delicate flavours. Delicious with soda bread.
This nourishing soup utilises the UK's most underused free 'superfood' - the mighty nettle. Tasty, simple to make and packed full of goodness.
A simple seasonal soup!
This fresh soup works equally well warm or cold. It's a great way to use courgettes at the bottom of your fridge that are getting a bit soft.
A refreshing summer soup to make with all your salad vegetables. No cooking required!
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