When the winter weather is still decidedly chilly, there’s nothing more satisfying than snuggling on the couch with a bowl of comforting food and a pair of thermal socks. Soup is one of the meals that I make most regularly throughout the colder months and this super-simple and oh-so-comforting recipe is my new favorite. It’s fast and easy to make, and did I mention it’s vegan? BOOM.
This recipe is packed with some really tasty healthy ingredients. If you read our nutrition blog recently, this recipe uses a lot of the shopping list ingredients. We have booster foods, vegetables, and spices. This is not your traditional broccoli cheese soup. It is definitely a very healthy alternative giving you plenty of vitamins and minerals.
Every few years or so, a new food phenomenon sweeps people off their collective feet. In recent years, matcha has made a big splash in the food (and beauty) world, earning it a spot on many booming trend lists. But matcha isn’t actually new. It’s old. Older than great grandma old. Thousands of years ago, Buddhist monks began a ritual of grinding tea leaves into powder and mixing it into hot water with bamboo whisks. Today, the ritualistic tea is experiencing a renaissance in the west, and for good reason.