The epic Home on the Range raw vegan soup smoothie.

 The epic Home on the Range raw vegan soup smoothie. 

 The ingredients for today's soup smoothie were difficult for me to restrain myself from adding. Even though the list was quite long, I simply kept saying to myself, "Oh, this would be great, and by all means, let's add some sauerkraut," five billion times. Despite my crazy attempts to add too much, everything turned out just right. The food was rich and savory and could be consumed in a glass with a straw or a bowl, as I did for my second serving. 

 A good base for any soup smoothie should be cucumbers and/or zucchini, they both have high water contents but also creamy vegetable flesh giving your soup the right 'mouth feel'. You're set to go if you combine this base with any additional fresh herbs and vegetables you happen to have on hand, seasonings, and water. 

 It's hard for me to believe I've been on my smoothie feast for two days already. This morning I woke up feeling groggy and almost hungover but without the headache. I've kept full, my energy has been consistent, and I'm peeing like crazy. After drinking some water, that quickly disappeared. I worry a little if my usual cravings for crunchy, salty foods become too strong, but fortunately they haven't yet. 

 The nutritional data for this soup is incredible, so be sure to look it over. 

 Incredible Raw Vegan Soup Smoothie from Home on the Range. 

 Produces 6 cups. 

 Nutritional data for all 6 cups:. 

 345 calories; 12g fat; 17g fiber; 15g protein; 839 percent vitamin C; 31 percent calcium; 57 percent iron; 22 percent zinc; 39 percent copper; 40 percent magnesium; 67 percent manganese; 82 percent folate; and 54 percent vitamin b6. 


 1 medium-sized cucumber, chopped into 2 cups. 

 1 small zucchini, chopped into one cup. 

 1 large yellow pepper, chopped to 1 1/4 cup. 

 12 cup finely chopped yellow onion. 

 2 chopped garlic cloves. 

 Celery, cut into one cup, is two stalks. 

 Chopped cilantro, 1 1/2 cups. 

 Parsley is chopped into 1 1/2 cups. 

 1/4 lemon. 

 Raw fermented sauerkraut in a cup. 

 1 tablespoon of white miso. 

 A half-teaspoon of Bragg liquid aminos (or tamari-style soy sauce). 

 One teaspoon of golden flax meal. 

 1 tablespoon of Bragg Organic Sprinkles (or a Mrs. Dash-like seasoning). 

 One-half teaspoon of garlic powder. 

 One-quarter teaspoon cayenne. 

 A half-sized avocado. 

 1/2 a cup of water. 

 Powdered acidophilus without milk, 1/2 teaspoon (optional). 

 3 leaves of red leaf lettuce. 


 Blend the ingredients in the blender in the prescribed order. If using a Blendtec, use the full juice/soup setting; if using a regular blender, process in batches and combine into a pitcher at the end. 



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