That looks super thick for a soup.. buuuuut.. it sounds awesome, so I'm going try this :3mm
I love the illustrations...great job!PriyaSunshine Over The Mountains
My eyes light up when I see you've posted something new. This looks delicious and easy to make, such cute and funny drawings as always!madlikelife.blogspot.com
Brilliant for post-St. Paddy's day leftovers. I can't wait to use up all my excess potatoes!
That's a great alternative to the classic potato-leek soup (that I can't stomach anymore!).Great combination of flavors and also great nutritional value this soup has!
simple, healty and tasty.. just perfect!!!
Oh this really sounds delicious, can't wait to try it
The color of that soup is beautiful! Can't wait to try it out!
I just adore your blog. Love the food, love the illustrations. Thanks for inspiring me to cook healthy, lovely food :)
This sounds so yummy. I love your illustrations!
wow you're blog is the best little thing ever :)love it!katiethe-mindful.blogspot.com
yam yam yam i love potato soup! And your blog as well!XoXoPlamihttp://www.fashionthrill.com/
does anyone know how many servings this makes?
Are the chives smoking? lol Love the illustrations and the simple recipes. Great concept!http://thejoyofveganism.blogspot.com/
My all time favourite dish- love potatoes and love my soap
just made this! it was so delicious! i did everything the same except used cauliflower and broccoli instead of just cauliflower(because i bought a bag of them mixed) and the cabbage had some carrots, and more broccoli shreaded in with it. i kept a bit of the water in the pan from the boiled veggies(mostly because it was hard to pour it all out) and it came out thinner, so i just simmered it for a bit. it doesn't say to top with chives but it looks like that is what was done in the picture, so i did that and it was the cherry on top of the cake! i highly recommend (O:
I'm thinking I could actually become a vegan with your wonderful recipes.
This is so good!
nice idea.. thanks for posting..
After reading your post i am slightly hungry :) Thanks for sharing the Healthy Recipes
First of all, this blog is super cute and creative because of the artwork. Also, I love the vegan/stoner collaboration of this blog, because it relates to me so well ;) And of course this dish looks amazing.
This is amazing. It is just what I needed on a cold day! I really appreciate all the hard work you went to with the drawings(which are awesome!), and I look forward to making more of your recipes!God Bless!
Do the potatoes, cabbage and cauliflower have to be drained after boiling before veggie broth is added?
Hi Anonymous,The potatoes, cabbage, and cauliflower are drained before adding the veggie broth. If the soup is too thick for you, add more veggie broth or water if you are using a very salty broth.Hope this helps.
My entire family is trying to go vegetarian and I am trying to go back to being a vegetarian. I am making this soup as I speak. The smell coming from the kitchen is driving me mad. I can't wait to try it. I will be blogging about it here.http://mydreamsweetlove.blogspot.com/I love your silly drawings.Amanda
how much veggie broth?
Hi Vince, thanks for the feedback.We recommend about a cup of veggie broth in Step 3, but add more if you don't want a thick soup.
How many people does this feed? Looks great!
Hi Anya. This recipe makes 4-5 servings. We just remade it today to make sure this info is accurate. Hope this helps!
Hi, I was just needing to know how long to cook all the ingredients in the pot?
Hi Christen. The ingredients don't need to heat long in the pot (Step 4), just long enough to heat. If you like the soup thicker then let it sit longer.
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