Raw Carrot Soup

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Portfolio | Feb, 02 2016

Raw Carrot Soup

I love soups in the winter time, so I often experiment with various raw soups that can be served warm. Raw soups keep the nutritional value of the vegetables and provide a plethora of nutrients. Carrots are naturally sweet so this recipe was pretty simple and delicious. I often add seaweed to my soups to add additional minerals. This recipe makes enough for 4. Bon Appetit!

2 Tbs butter

1 small onion

3 cups chopped carrots

4 cups of almond milk

2 tsp. dill

2 drops of dill oil (if you have it great. if not, add extra dried dill)

1 tsp Himalayan salt

1 small sheet of wakame cut up in small pieces

Melt the butter and sauté the onion until soft.

Add the carrots and sauté to warm them up.

Add the salt,  dill and seaweed and stir.

Lastly, add the almond milk and barely heat for a few minutes

Pour all of this into a Vitamix and blend on high for 3-4 minutes. This action actually heats up the soup even more.

Serve with a salad and you have a complete meal. Enjoy!

  • Question: I have only seen Wakame as little bits that swell up when they are hydrated, but I have never seen it in sheets. I have only seen Nori seaweed in sheets. Where does one find sheets of Wakame or do you mean Nori?

    • Wakame comes in 6-7 inch pieces. It is not in soft sheets like Nori. You can buy Wakame in smaller pieces if you like.