My tum has been troubling me as of late and I needed something simple to calm it down and get things moving. Miso soup it was! I used to have miso soup every morning when I was more macrobiotic and I think it’s time I started up that habit again.
Purple Cleansing Simple Miso Soup
- 1 cup finely chopped cabbage (red/purple)
- 1/2 medium white onion, finely sliced
- 3ish tablespoons dried wakame
- 3ish tablespoons miso (red)
- 4ish cups water
- Toss everything in a pot. Bring the water to a boil. Mix a few times, then reduce heat to low and cover.
- Simmer for 20 minutes on low heat, allowing the veggies to fully cook through.
- Enjoy for breakfast or anytime really 🙂
Looks gross but it really is delicious (this is the broth).
The last time I made a cleansing veggie soup was almost 2 years ago!
- Cleansing Veggie Soup (4/2009)
- Yummy Cleansing Leek Soup (1/2008)
If you ever wanted to hear more about my macrobiotic trials…
Just one more day to get through and then it’s the weekend. Do you have any plans?
My plans are up in the air; Valentine’s day is Monday but maybe we will celebrate early. I think it also might be time for me to do some shopping. I am sorely lacking in style as of late.
P.S. Please check out Clare’s post on chair pose about me!
5 Replies to “Purple Cleansing Simple Miso Soup”
No valentines plans for me this year. If I get good news tomorrow I might host a dinner for friends this weekend.
This cleaning soup sounds great. Let me know if it works for getting things moving.
Thanks for that link Maggie! 😀
We are celebrating on Saturday night – I am making bay scallops gratin as our first course, filet mignon (you can ignore that!) and wedding cake for dessert – my husband loves wedding cake! 😀
I love miso soup, especially when it is made from red or dark miso. I also have tummy / gut problems, but I haven’t tried miso soup for that so far. What I do then is to eat a lot of onions (not raw, that’s too hard for me, but I like them grilled, and can easily finish off 4 or 5 a day) – I tend to get a crazy appetite for them and eating them really helps to feel better.
What is in the jar at the top- it looks like a homemade pickle!
@Bridget: That’s the soup! Cabbage, wakame, onions.
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