Maybe you already eat lots of nutrient-dense soup and need no reminders, but it wasn’t until I started working with an amazing health coach that eating soup became a habit. And once it became a habit, I started noticing how great I was feeling – physically, mentally and spiritually.
Turns out, fall (vata season) is a great time to feed yourself warm, dense foods like soups and stews. And when you give your body what it needs, you feel better. Or at least I do.
Below are a list of my favorite soups, some home made and some not. I make sure to fill my thermos every day ensuring at least a couple bonus servings of vegetables. And who couldn’t use more of those?
Old-Fashioned Vegetable Soup – the secret is to add a veggie bullion cube and bay leaf to this recipe.
Coconut Curry Noodle Soup – the recipe calls for a JAR of curry paste and I use 2 teaspoons. You spice it up as you like. I also added chicken thighs cooked in sesame oil. Pretty delicious.
Pacific Natural Foods vegan soups. For when you want a little variety and are short on time.
My current favorite – Red lentil coconut soup. So warm and nourishing I feel like it is changing my life!
What are your favorite soup recipes? How do you feed yourself in the fall? Does your diet change with the seasons?
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