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03-05-2007, 09:28 PM
:D Yay! I have been nearly agonizing about making a raw sweet potato soup for fear it would be awful. I am so happy how Alissa' curried yam soup came out! It is so simple to make and delicious! I hope it keeps well overnight for my lunch tomorrow!
03-05-2007, 10:08 PM
Thanks for the tip! Glad to hear it turned out so well. I haven't made it yet. In fact, I haven't made any raw soups yet. I'm scared of raw soup, LOL. I tried broccoli soup and just didn't like it at all.
I think I'll bite the bullet and try this one. :)
03-06-2007, 05:16 AM
Ditto to what RFM said. I have some sweet potatoes waiting to be used. Thanks for the tip!
03-06-2007, 12:34 PM
I'm afraid of trying anything with raw potatoes, or winter squashes in it for fear of it being "gritty". What did you use to blend it all?? Would I have to have a vitamix to get it really "soft", do you think I could use my juicer with my blank on get it ground up well??? Any tips??
I guess because I made a "butternut squash pie" (like pumpkin) but it never got "soft" and I really didn't like it....I want to make the pie again....and even a soup....but I would like it soft.
03-06-2007, 01:39 PM
I would think that sweet potatos would mix up pretty good as it does not have the fibers that other things have. I will have to try this. I have it all in the house. sounds just like what i need to help this cold. Will warm it up a little bit in dehydrater. :D
I also made the broccoli soup and ended up cooking it so i did not have to waste it. That was before I decided to join the March stay Raw group. I did not care for the broccoli soup one bit. I do not like avacados either so have a hard time making anything with it in.
03-06-2007, 03:19 PM
It was not gritty at all, perfectly creamy! I used my regular blender, not the food processor, and I think the nut milk helped too to make it creamy.
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