Exploring the Soul Mate of Soup.

Soup is great for lunch or dinner. Sometimes you may feel that soup is not enough or you need something a little more solid in your life. It is a no brainer, sandwiches are the answer – they are after all soups soul mate.

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Soup is fantastic by itself, but pair that bad boy with a sandwich and BAM you have one wicked meal. There are never ending flavours of soups and endless possibilities of sandwiches. Your lunch or dinner will never be boring again when you team the two classics up.

@saltpepperxyz has never been so right.

Take a look at Food Networks Top 10 Soup and Sandwich Combos

1. Easy Vegetable Minestrone Soup + Alfredo Florentine Chicken Panini

2. Roast Chicken Noodle Soup + CC’s Montreal Smoked Meat Sandwich

3. Michael Smith’s French Onion Soup + Roast Beef and Cheddar Sandwich

4. Curried Lentil Soup with Havarti + Chickpea Sandwich

5. Potato and Wild Mushroom Soup + Avocado BLT

6. Creamy Tomato Soup + Grilled Cheese Bites

7. New England-Style Clam Chowder + Cheddar Cheese Biscuits with Maple Mustard Butter

8. Mom’s Cream of Broccoli Soup + Grilled Ham and Cheese Sandwich

9. Tex-Mex Soup with Tortillas + Anna’s Quesadillas

10. Winter Vegetable Bean Soup + Grilled Panini Sandwiches with Roasted Vegetables

Also check out these terrific soup + sand combos:



The Classic Pairing. Tomato Soup + Grilled Cheese

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This infographic truly captures the essence of the true purpose of tomato soup – to accompany grilled cheese. Till death due them part.

This gif is so satisfying, it’s beyond belief. Now imagine dunking that grilled cheese in tomato soup! Nothing will every be so perfect. Take it from @WaschBehr and @m_as_in_mya


Some people have even taken their soup and sandwiches to the next level, putting their sandwich (or bread) into soup, like this Spanish classic, Castilian Garlic Soup via Williams Sonoma Taste. 

Castilian Garlic Soup


1 cup (8 fl. oz./250 ml) olive oil

Six thin slices day-old rustic white bread (about 6 oz./170 g)

6 garlic cloves, thinly sliced

1 Tbs. finely chopped yellow onion

1 heaping tsp. pimentón (Spanish smoked pepper)

6 cups (48 fl. oz./1.5 l) boiling water

1 sprig fresh flat-leaf parsley, leaves minced

6 eggs

Fine sea salt


  1. Preheat an oven to 375°F (190°C).
  2. 1. In a fry pan over medium-high heat, warm the olive oil. Working in batches as necessary, add the bread slices in a single layer and fry, turning once, until golden brown. Using tongs, transfer to a flameproof, ovenproof casserole dish, arranging them in a single layer.
  3. Pour off most of the oil from the fry pan and return it to medium heat. Add the garlic and onion and sauté until lightly browned, 7 to 8 minutes. Remove from the heat, add the pimentón and stir once or twice. Pour the contents of the pan over the bread.
  4. Place the casserole dish over low heat and add the boiling water and parsley. Increase the heat to medium and return to a boil, stirring once or twice, then simmer for 5 minutes.
  5. Crack the eggs into the soup, sprinkling a little salt on each one. Transfer the dish to the oven and bake until the eggs are just cooked, 10 to 15 minutes. Serve piping hot.

It is without a doubt that Sandwiches are Soups soul mate…




Summer: sweat, sun, soup

Summer is fast approaching and the heat will be increasing. Soon you will be overheating and trying to figure out a way to cool down. And although lemonade is refreshing it is not for everyone. I got two words for you – cold soup.


Summer’s Coolest Meal  via Charles Pierce

“A steaming bowl of soup can be a big turn-off when the temperature starts to climb, but chilled soups are a different story altogether. Cool, refreshing, colourful, and loaded with seasonal fruits and veggies, they’re a perfect way to beat the heat.”

Charles Pierce provides a fantastic cold soup recipe that will be sure to cool you down. I know one thing for sure this soup makes me extremely excited for Summer!


Cantaloupe Soup with Mint-


  • 1 large cantaloupe (about 3 lb.)
  • 1/4 cup honey
  • 1/2 cup orange juice
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons finely chopped fresh mint, plus small sprigs for garnish, optional


1. Halve melon, scoop out seeds and remove rind. Cut flesh into large chunks. (You should have about 6 cups.)

2. Working in batches if necessary, combine cantaloupe, honey and orange juice in a blender. Pulse or blend until smooth. Transfer to a large bowl, cover and refrigerate until thoroughly chilled, at least 2 hours.

3. Just before serving, briskly whisk soup and stir in mint. Serve very cold, garnished with sprigs of mint, if desired.

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-This is one thing you won’t have to worry about when you create cold soups this Summer because your soup is meant to be cold. 🙂



Who wouldn’t want to eat cold soup on a hot Summer day? I mean just look at @food24 chilled beetroot & herb soup with goat cheese! Look really refreshing.

Feeling a little more sweet than savoury? Chilled soup can come in both forms. Look at @doodleplix lovely tweet of chilled strawberry lime soup, how one not want to eat that?

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-Now the market for chilled soup isn’t as huge as canned or hot soup but since 2011 it is growing fast. This is one bandwagon I am willing to jump on.

So jump on that bandwagon! Here are some blogs with fantastic Cold Soup Recipes:


Stress Be Gone, a Creamy Liquid Repellent

Often individual’s lives are extremely stressful and one becomes overwhelmed with the stress of work, friends, and just life in general. Sometimes these individuals turn to food to destress. One problem, what is the greatest de-stressing food – why soup of course, creamy, comforting chowder.

Comfort Food: “Comfort food is food that provides a nostalgic or sentimental value to someone,[1] and may be characterised by its high caloric nature, high carbohydrate level, or simple preparation.[2] The nostalgia may be specific to an individual, or it may apply to a specific culture.[3]As defined on Wikipedia. 

@marlboros knows that stress these days is too real.

This speaks to anyone that has every experinced stress in the slightest way @wtfivxn

Arguable comfort food is not the healthiest thing for individuals, but when you are stressed out it is a free pass. So throw away that diet (for a meal) when you become stressed and grab a piping hot bowl of creamy chowder. You will feel better, trust me.

Here are some twitter accounts doing comfort soup the right way:


Find some fantastic comfort soups here:

My ultimate creamy chowder is Clam Chowder, especially when it served in a bread bowl. Something about the soup just melts my stress away. Just a pinch recipes has great Clam Chowder recipe by Betty Graves that will be sure to relieve your stress.


  • bread round loaves of rye or sour dough. (i use small individual loaves for each person)
  • 1/4 salad oil
  • 1 tsp garlic minced
  • 4strips of bacon fried (and chopped)
  • 1 celery, diced
  • 1 carrots, diced
  • 1 onions, diced
  • 1/2 tsp basil
  • 1/2 tsp oregano
  • 1 tsp thyme
  • 1 tsp salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 can(s)chicken broth
  • 3 can(s)clam juice
  • 1 half and half
  • 3 large potatoes, peeled and diced
  • 2 clams, drained and chopped
  • roux: (1/4 pound butter and 1 cup flour)
  • cheese, shredded on top of soup when served (i use cheddar)


  1. In large pot saute the oil and garlic about 2 minutes. Add diced vegetables and saute for 10 minutes or until vegetables are tender. Add herbs and salt and pepper. Add clam stock and chicken broth bring to a boil. Add potatoes and bring to a boil again. Add roux and chopped clams, and half and half reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes.
  2. Slice off the top 1″-2″ of the bread. Cut around the inside of the bread to create a 1″ border around the sides. Hollow out the inside of the bread loaf creating bite size pieces.
    3. If desired, sprinkle bits of green onion on top.
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    Creamy Soup has got to be the #1 repelant of stress.

Slurp the stress away with a creamy chowder and refocus your energy to accomplish your goals. So the real question is what is your ultimate comfort soup?


Broke & Full of Soup a Way of Life for University Students

It’s no mystery that students in University are broke, really broke. With student loans piling up and the stress of homework, it is no wonder students turn to fast, cheap, and easy food to survive – this often comes in the forms of $1.99 Burger from Burger King, causing the dreaded weight gain. Let’s face it eating healthy can be expensive when students don’t know what they are doing, fear not soup is here. It is cheap, delicious, and healthy.

-This is the true meaning of university, at least we have soup to fill our sorrows.

– The accuracy of this image is painful, especially weight gain and lack of money.

Fear not there is a solution! A Souplution. It is yummy, healthy, and won’t put a huge dent in the wallet of a Uni student.

If students are sick of canned soup, there are fantastic, cheap recipes he or she can create for CHEAP! All You has 5 Cheap and Easy Soup Recipes Under $1.

I repeat for under $1 one can fill their stomach! You have to check these soups out here: 5 Savoury Soup Recipes. 

Soup is cheap I mean look at these prices at Walmart. Ranging from $1.68 up to $2 can, or if one buys in bulk 82 cents a can! Now that is a bargain, not to mention tons of choices. Screen Shot 2017-03-18 at 9.19.15 PM.png

The image below may not be a perfect picture of health but when soup is done right it can be extremely healthy! The article below explains why soup is healthy when prepared properly.

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Soup is really healthy, just what students want! According to CYNTHIA MYERS at Livestrong “Soup is a quick, hot meal that offers plenty of health benefits. You can throw a variety of ingredients into a slow cooker in the morning before you leave for work or school and return home to a delicious meal in the evening. The healthiest soups include fresh, low-fat ingredients and a minimum of salt and extra fat. You can use up leftovers in a soup pot and create new variations of favorite recipes since soup lends itself to experimentation.”

Cynthia also mentions that soup gives an individual their daily serving of vegetables, nutrients, soup is also low in fat and keeps one full. Check out a more detailed version of the article here: Livestrong.

Student Recipes provides great soups for students! Students can get their inner chef on and impress their parents when they tell them, “I am having Chilli Carrot and Lentil Soup.” 

Chilli Carrot and Lentil Soup via Quick and Easy Soup Recipes for Students! 


  • One potato
  • red lentils
  • stock cubes
  • carrots
  • chilli powder
  • salt and pepper
  • 1 clv garlic
  • cabbage
  • broccoli


  1. Cut the potatoes into cubes and fry in a saucepan
  2. after a few minutes and boiling water to the pan and crumble in stock cubes
  3. add lentils chilli powder
  4. grate carrots ( yes it saves so much time cooking !!) and add to the pan
  5. chop the garlic clove
  6. add the cut cabbage and broccoli
  7. leave to boil for a further 15 minutes and blitz!

Be sure to check out more of their sweet and easy soup recipes at Student’s Recipes. 

Here is a list of many blogs/websites that provide cheap and easy soup recipes that won’t harm a university student’s already low budget:

Now that students can concur the ever stressful task that is fueling their bodies while trying to maintain and acceptable GPA. Screen Shot 2017-03-13 at 1.24.16 PM.png

Smart students know that this graph is true because soup is cheap and filling.

Now Soup may actually help a student budget their money better, as soup is cheap to buy canned and fairly inexpensive to make from scratch, but sorry to say it can’t pay off your student loans. Students will still be broke but at least he or she will be full.

The Secret to Spain’s Happiness – Gazpacho

Spain is notoriously known for siestas and fiestas, all in which contribute to the perceived happy culture of the Spanish people. But there is a less known secret about Spaniards happiness – Gazpacho. A cold and refreshing soup that Spaniards sip on to escape the hot rays of sun; this is the key to happiness – a cold bowl of Gazpacho on a hot day.

@Food&Tapas really nailed that meaning of Gazpacho in this tweet.


-So true, because there is a difference between cold soup and gazpacho you know! Via quick meme. To get a little more insight on the history of gazpacho! Because soup is more than just a scrumptious liquid, it has a complete history. Courtesy of Amanda M. Darling via her youtube Culinary History with Caroline

Here is the breakdown of Gazpacho:


How does one make Gazpacho though? Dana Wilde via OC Mom Blog elegantly explains the liquid happiness as follows:

A Taste of Spain… Andalusian Gazpacho

How could you not love a tomato-based soup with chunky pieces of cucumber and pepper? It was so refreshing and cool and at the height of summer helped conquer the heat of the city. It wasn’t until I visited Spain with my friend and roommate Katie that I first tried Andalusian Gazpacho. It was a completely different Gazpacho than what I had ever had before and I fell in love with it.

What was different? It was the slightly grainy, yet creamy texture, the tang of sherry vinegar and the not strong but still present garlic. It was zesty and refreshing and addicting and so much better than what I was used to.

After doing a little research, what I came to discover was the texture I loved so much in the Andalusian Gazpacho I had in Spain came from olive oil and… bread!

It’s not a quick and easy recipe. Not that it’s complicated really. It just takes some chopping, some blending, and some straining. It’s well worth it though.

Makes approximately 8 cups


4 slices of Italian country loaf (best if a day or two old, so it’s dried out a bit)

3 pounds of ripe tomatoes (roma or vine ripened)

2 cucumbers

1 red pepper

1 green pepper

1/4 medium red onion

3 cloves of garlic

¼ tsp of cumin seeds

sea salt or kosher salt

½ cup of Spanish extra virgin olive oil

3 Tbsp of aged sherry vinegar

Chives for garnish


  • Remove crust from the slices of bread. Crumble the bread into a bowl. Slice tomatoes in half or quarter and collect seeds with juice in the bowl with the bread. Add a tablespoon of sherry vinegar. Mulch it all together with your hands and let rest while you dice your vegetables, starting with the tomatoes.
  • Peel and dice cucumbers, leaving seeds in.
  • Remove core and seeds of both red and green pepper and dice.
  • Peel the red onion and dice ¼ of it saving remaining for another use.
  • Place all vegetables into a large bowl and toss together with about 3/4 teaspoon of salt and let rest while juices form about 15 minutes.
  • Toast cumin seeds on medium low heat until fragrant
  • Peel garlic and smash removing the bitter green center.
  • Place garlic, toasted cumin seeds, and ½ teaspoon of salt in mortar and pestle and smash into a paste.
  • Place the tomato and vinegar soaked bread into a food processor and add the garlic paste. Pureé until smooth.
  • Add one third of the vegetables and 1/3 of the extra virgin olive oil into the food processor with the bread garlic mixture still in the bowl and purée until smooth.
  • Place a strainer over an eight cup measuring cup and strain the mixture using the back of a wooden spoon to press the mixture through the strainer. Discard solids. Process the remaining vegetables and extra virgin olive oil in two batches and strain.
  • Once all three batches are processed and strained, pass through a fine sieve the second time, using the back of a wooden spoon to press through and once again discard the solids. While you can use a fine sieve the first time and strain only once, I think it’s easier to use a regular strainer first to get the larger chunks and then remove what’s left with the finer sieve.
  • Stir in the remaining 2 tablespoons of aged sherry vinegar and chill for at least 3 hours before serving. Garnish with a drizzle of the Spanish extra virgin olive oil and chopped chives.

For more details about Dana’s recipe go check out her post on OC Mom Blog. 

Also, how can one not be happy when they are eating something that looks this beautiful, pretty hard for someone not to feel joy! Look at these pretty gazpacho’s – works of art I say.

The key to happiness (well at least in Spain) is Gazpacho. So if you want to feel fresh, alive, and of course happy make yourself some gazpacho.

Swinter: A Season for Soup.

 Cold, Tired, stuck inside, these are often the symptoms of SWINTER. The transition between winter and spring, or what I like to call Swinter. “oh look it’s nice and warm out, just kidding let me dump a foot of snow and frigid temperatures on you.” Swinter is a season where it is still too cold to venture outside, yet you still feel extremely productive, so what does one do with some extra time while they wait for the spring flowers to bloom? It’s simple. Soup! Swinter is a season made for soup. While the weather tries to decide what it is doing outside you can cozy up with a bowl of steaming hot soup.


You say to yourself, “I can’t make soup.” Fear not! There are simple and easy soup recipes that you can tackle on a brisk Swinter day. CHUNGAH from Damn Delicious has 15 great quick + cozy soup recipes for you to create and consume.

Easy peasy homemade soups to keep you warm and cozy all year long!

It doesn’t matter if it’s 100 degree outside or 50. I reside in California so I’m not sure if it gets any lower than 50. Still, I could always use a bowl of soup. And with these 15 hearty soups here, you’ll be warm and cozy 365 days out of the year!”

You can find Chungah’s list here 15 Cozy Soups

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It is a fact, the colder the weather the more soup you consume.
Here is one soup you must absolutely try this Swinter via Katie from Healthy Seasonal Recipes I love mushroom soup! This particular take on it includes a walnut lentil pate crostini, a perfect pairing to warm you up on a chilly SWINTER day. Katie’s recipe is found below.

“This healthy vegetarian cream of mushroom soup with walnut lentil pate crostini is a make over of the classic recipe that you grew up with as a kid. Except this one is made from scratch and with the addition of the yummy crostini and truffle oil!


Don’t let the name fool you I know it sounds really fancy. But I assure you this recipe is not really challenging to make. The soup itself is also a total breeze.


  • 3 cloves garlic, divided
  • 1 ½ teaspoon kosher salt, divided
  • ¾ cup canned lentils, drained
  • ½ cup toasted walnuts
  • 1/3 cup chopped chives, divided
  • 2 tablespoons truffle oil, divided
  • 1 teaspoon sherry vinegar
  • ½ teaspoon freshly ground pepper, divided
  • 1 tablespoon unsalted butter
  • 1 large onion, diced
  • 4 cups sliced mushrooms, any variety or mixed
  • ½ teaspoon dry thyme
  • ¼ cup dry sherry
  • ½ teaspoon chopped fresh rosemary
  • ¼ cup all-purpose flour
  • 4 cups vegetable broth, such as Imagine no chicken
  • 2 cups low-fat milk
  • 12 slices baguette, preferably whole-grain, toasted



  1. Mince ½ clove garlic. Sprinkle with ½ teaspoon salt and mash into a paste with the side of a chefs knife. Transfer the paste to a food processor or mini-prep and add lentils, walnuts, 1 tablespoon chives, 2 teaspoons truffle oil, vinegar, 1 tablespoon chives and process to combine.
  2. Finely chop the remaining 2 ½ cloves garlic. Melt butter in a large heavy-bottomed soup pot over medium-high heat. Add onion and the remaining garlic and cook, stirring until starting to brown and soften, 4 to 6 minutes. Add mushrooms, thyme and the remaining 1 teaspoon salt and the remaining 1/4 teaspoon pepper, and cook stirring often, until the mushrooms have released their juices and the juices have evaporated, 5 to 7 minutes. Add sherry and rosemary, bring to a simmer and let sherry evaporate until almost completely dry, 30 seconds to 2 minutes.
  3. Sprinkle flour over the vegetable mixture and stir to coat. Add broth, increase heat to high and bring to a simmer, stirring often. Add milk and return to a simmer, stirring often. Remove from the heat, stir in chives.
  4. Ladle soup into bowls. Drizzle the remaining 4 teaspoons truffle oil over the soup, dividing evenly. Spread the lentil walnut pate over the baguette and serve with the soup.

Not fancy in preparation, only in name.”

Thanks for that lovely recipe Katie!

Rachel Swalin mentions some great soups that will be sure to warm you up in her article about Super Foods that Warm You Up Test these out for yourself.

Black Bean Soup- “There’s nothing like a soup with cumin and chilli pepper to heat you up when things get cold. The nutrition star of this dish, though, is the beans. Black beans are a good source of iron and copper. So sipping on this soup will help your muscles use more oxygen and boost your immune system, Gans says.” Try the recipe out  via Health- Black Bean Soup

Rachel also mentions Pumpkin soup, she says

Pumpkin Soup- “If you’re lacking vitamin A, the nutrient critical for promoting vision, a dose of pumpkin will do you good. Pumpkin also has antioxidant properties thanks to beta-carotene, Gans says.” Try this recipe out via My recipes- Pumpkin Soup

Beating Swinter and even being healthy at the same time is as easy as soup.

Here are some more souparable mentions:

50 Cozy Soup Recipes

19 Easy and Cozy Soup Recipes

35 Cozy Soup Recipes

SWINTER is a season for soup. So grab a can of Campbell’s or try following a cozy recipe or heck throw some ingredients in a pot and you are good to go. All I have to say is you will be satisfied slurping on a steamy, hot, bowl of soup while you patiently wait for spring to arrive.





Crack Open a Can of Vegan

Veganism has taken off in recent years, capturing thousands to follow this respecting the Earth trend. Those who are vegans make a big deal of restaurants having vegan options on their menus, but what do vegans make at home? One simple recipe is soup – vegan revamped.

Respect the Earth – Respect Yourself.

So What is a Vegan?

 explains what is a vegan and what vegans eat. 

“In fact, online searches for the term vegan have risen by more than 250% over the last 5 years.

Veganism is currently defined as a way of living that attempts to exclude all forms of animal exploitation and cruelty, be it for food, clothing or any other purpose.

Vegans avoid all foods of animal origin. These include:

  • Meat.
  • Chicken.
  • Fish.
  • Shellfish.
  • Eggs.
  • Dairy.
  • Honey.

Moreover, vegans avoid foods containing any ingredients that come from animals.

This includes albumin, casein, carmine, gelatin, lactic acid, pepsin, shellac, vitamin D3, whey or certain animal-derived E-numbers.

Foods containing these ingredients can include some types of beer and wine, marshmallows, frosted mini-wheats, certain gummy candies and chewing gums.

Foods That Vegans Choose to Eat Instead

Vegan Burger

Avoiding animal products doesn’t mean you must survive on veggies and tofu alone.

In fact, many common dishes are already vegan or can be adjusted easily.

Some examples include bean burritos, veggie burgers, tomato pizzas, smoothies, nachos with salsa and guacamole, hummus wraps, sandwiches and pasta dishes.

Meat-based entrees are generally swapped for meals containing the following:

  • Beans.
  • Lentils.
  • Tofu.
  • Seitan.
  • Tempeh.
  • Nuts.
  • Seeds.

Dairy products are usually replaced with plant milks. Scrambled eggs can be swapped for scrambled tofu, whereas raw eggs can be replaced with flaxseeds or chia seeds in various recipes.

Honey can be swapped for plant-based sweeteners, such as molasses or maple or rice syrups. In addition, vegans tend to consume a variety of whole grains, as well as a wide array of fruits and vegetables (23, 24).

Finally, vegans can also choose from an ever increasing selection of ready-made vegan products, including vegan meats, fortified plant milks, vegan cheeses and even vegan versions of your favourite desserts.”

 does a beautiful job summing up what a vegan is and what they can and cannot eat via What is a Vegan and What Do Vegans Eat?MintelPieChart-2

The world has experienced a drastically large increase in vegans in the past 6 years or so and let me tell you it has reacted postiviley. Becuase who doesn’t want to give back to the Earth? Where does one find Vegan Food? One great example is highlighted in this article by 

“For those who follow a vegan diet, finding food at restaurants can be difficult, but less so in Chicago. The city boasts more than 40 vegan restaurants to choose from, including the popular Chicago Diner, Native Foods and Upton’s Breakroom, which are known for classic veggie-based grub.

Ethnic food has not been left out of the vegan community, but it is not what most people think of when they think of veganism. However, ethnic vegan restaurants are blossoming and creating an alternative to the veggie burger or tofu scramble that everyone’s vegan best friend will not shut up about.”

One example is the restaurant, “Baba’s Village serves and even delivers vegan Indian and Pakistani dishes.

Owner Malik Mohammed said the restaurant prides itself on being one of the only downtown-area Indian restaurants that uses meat substitutes. He said his chefs use soy meat in the ginger chicken and Jalerazi dishes with ample vegetables to create the right texture and protein he knows people want.”

It is all fine and dandy that the Vegan scene is making great advancements with vegan oriented restaurants, with many of their menu’s becoming vegan-driven, like the companies mentioned in The Columbia Chronicle’s article: The ethnic side of veganism: Chicago offers so many meatless choices, you’ll never get bored . But what do vegans eat at home?

-One simple, easy, and delicious menu option vegans make at home is soup.

Individuals are cracking open their own cans of soup, revamped, homemade, VEGAN style.

Here are some twitter posts that are not only funny but accurate.

Oh the irony of the spices being used to season meat…

Here are some great blogs that have fantastic soup recipes. Let me tell you vegan or not your will want to “crack open a can” of these vegan takes on soup:

Oh She Glows

Vegan Richa

Oh My Veggies

Simple Vegan Blog

Oh man these Vegan soups look fantastic! Like this one for example:


Or even this one:



So don’t let the fire-storm of vegan debates on social media strain your belief that vegans are constantly on the search for restaurants that serve meals that are appropriate for them. Vegans create beautiful dishes at home and especially with the new trend of vegan transformed soups, which will be sure to make none vegans swoon and drool. Crack open your own can of vegan soup and enjoy!