A wonderful addition to any meal and a great way to enjoy the nutrients from so many wonderful veggies. Don’t be shy, think out of the box and you can easily add in a few other veggies that are not listed!!
The Best Treat for a Hot Summer Day!
Here’s what you’ll need
6 large tomatoes, fleshy and very ripe
2 green peppers
1 red pepper
1 large onion, the heart (not the outside ring)
1 clove garlic
2 slices of bread, day-old without the crust (sprouted is best)
Make it Soak the bread slices. Place in a bowl with water to cover, adding a little salt and oil. Reserve.
Chop tomatoes, peppers, cucumber, onion, and garlic. Remove the seeds from the peppers. In a Vitamix or blender, add veggies with a little water and blend until creamy. Add in the soaked bread and blend the mixture again until everything is well crushed and emulsified. Add cold water and mix well. Taste for salt and oil.
A Vitamix or high-speed blender will easily blend everything smooth, if you use a traditional blender you may want to blend again and strain to maximize smoothness, also be sure to not allow a traditional blender to heat up while blending. This will allow your soup to stay enzyme rich.
Add more water if necessary, it must have the texture of heavy cream. Place in the refrigerator to get the desired temperature and when ready to serve sprinkle with a dash of extra virgin olive oil, mixing with a wooden spoon.
Serve with a garnish of diced raw cucumber, pepper onion, tomato, avocado, leeks, and chopped hard-boiled egg. Each item should be in a separate dish so that you can add them in as you like.
In Peace, Love, and Health, Adita
Did you make this recipe?
Tag @AditaLang on Instagram and hashtag it #NutritionalBrilliance
©Copyright 2022, Adita Lang
Adita Lang works with individuals and groups to maximize their health through exercise, nutrition, sleep, and happiness. Programs include Coaching, Speaking Events, and Corporate Wellness. Feel free to email me for more information: Info@AditaLang.com