Strawberry Soup

The Vegan Stoner's Strawberry Soup


Jenny said...

I need to try this immediately. It looks like so refreshing!

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vytautas a said...

Nice ne guys :D will try it next week

Anonymous said...

Just made it with my best friend and we both loved it! Thanks for another delicious, easy recipe!

MusicMaker! said...

Plus, it's so pretty!

MusicMaker! said...'s SO PRETTY!
Nice work!!!

Elisabeth said...

WOW! What a pretty summer soup! That reminds me or Hungarian fruit soups made with sour cherries or strawberries.

Alekk said...

A recipie-tip you might be interested in!
Ypu chop up your favourtie fruits and berries into pretty small pieces (I usually goe with for example: bananas, nectarines, apples, grapes, strawberries and blueberrys.)
You blend the pieces of fruit and put them in a oven tin.
The you take some white chocolate (vegan ofc) and grate it over the fruits with a grater until there's quite a layer of white chocolate on it.

This is both sweet and fruity and just totally amazing!
(Sorry for the spelling if anything is wrong, I'm swedish)

Angie said...

This looks so yummy!

Vegan sour cream isn't readily available in my area - anyone know of a substitution that may do the trick?

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Angie, sorry it took so long to answer this question! Hopefully it helps the next person having the same problem.

We included a homemade vegan sour cream recipe in our book. It only requires soft tofu, soymilk, olive oil, lemon juice, and a pinch of salt.

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