Enjoy and feel free to share this refreshing recipe from the G.R.E.E.N Cleanse Recipe Guide:
- 3 cups chopped cauliflower
- 2 tablespoons tahini
- 2 tablespoons raw apple cider vinegar or coconut vinegar
- 1/4 teaspoon sea salt
- 1/4 teaspoon kelp powder
- 1 tablespoon of herbs: nettles, horsetail,and/or alfalfa combination
- 1 tablespoon dried basil
- 2-3 drops lemongrass essential oil
- 1 teaspoon turmeric
- 1 teaspoon cumin
- 1 teaspoon curry powder
- 1 tablespoon chili powder or Mexican seasoning
1. Blend first 5 ingredients
2. Use as is or stir in one of the seasoning options
3. Add extra toppings as desired.
I especially love the versatility of this incredibly simple recipe. You can have cauliflower soup frequently, but feel like it’s a different gourmet soup every time, by simply changing up the seasonings. Try it!
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Thanks Ritamarie…it looks like a beautiful recipe, and I think the seasoning ingredients are great just as they are. I like your use of apple cider vinegar!
Thanks, this is a lovely recipe, raw soups are so hard to get right. The cider vinegar is nice, I would just be a bit more careful about how much onion I put in next time. I garnished it with seaweed and some sauerkraut that is still salty and crunchy as salty was a contrast to the vinegar flavour.
I can’t do tahini. Can you suggest a substitution for the Tahini. Thank you
Hi, Becky! Tahini is sesame seed butter, so you could reasonably substitute any nut butter. It won’t taste the same, but it’ll be edible! Some people don’t like tahini in their hummus and use olive oil and ground cumin in its place. I mix one part flax seeds and one part Olive Oil sometimes, too.