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Cabbage soup is big deal at my home especially during the winter. The soup is healthy and a comfort food to your soul. Cabbage soup is said to originate in Russia. The soup was reasonable to make and could fill a large family.  I decided to make this soup with my own twist, but I kept some authentic ingredients.  Make sure you subscribe for more content and products .

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Lemons are great for detoxing, hydration, and adds flavor. I squeeze a fresh, organic lemon on the soup afterwards. 

Celery, garlic and onions- I like to sauté onions, shallots, garlic in olive oil to start the soup. Having a nice garlic flavor gives the soup a great tasty base. Onions and garlic are great immune boosters.  

Smoke paprika- adds flavor that meat would add if used. It’s a great alternative to meat. I like to use a sweet simply organic, a Spanish paprika. The paprika is important in the dish and is needed. 

Dutch Oven Pot Cast Iron – a good pot is a must when cooking. I like to use the pioneer women Dutch pot 

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Vegan Cabbage Soup 

Serving Size:
6-8
Time:
Cook time: 1 hour                   Prep time: 30 minutes 
Difficulty:
Easy

Ingredients

  • ½ Cabbage head (chopped) 
  • 4 Large Gold Potatoes  (chopped in chunks)
  • 1 Yellow Onion (chopped) 
  • 1 Shallot (chopped) 
  • 1 cup of Celery (chopped) 
  • 4 Cloves of Garlic 
  • 3 tbsp of Minced Garlic 
  • 3 Bay Leaves 
  • 1 bundle of Green Onions 
  • 1 cup of fresh chopped Carrots or Baby Carrots 
  • 4 cups of Vegetable Broth 
  • 1 tbsp of Olive Oil 
  • 1 cup of fresh Parsley 
  • 1 Lemon 

Directions

  1. Take a Dutch pot, sauté yellow onions, shallots, garlic cloves & minced, and celery in olive oil. Sauté for about 1 minute (low heat) 
  2.  Add vegetable broth, cabbage, potatoes, Bay leaves and carrots bring to a boil (med heat, then turn to low heat) 
  3.  Once the potatoes are soft add fresh parsley, cook for 5 minutes 
  4. Squeeze lemon over the soup, add green onions on top. Salt to taste. Serve 
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Cherron Lucas, RDH, MBA
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Cherron Lucas, RDH, MBA

Hello! I am a health & fitness blogger for busy moms like me. I teach easy, amusing ways to stay healthy and fit while leaving moms looking amazing, and feeling less stress. I have a degree in health and dental hygiene. I am a married mom of 3. I enjoy gardening and cooking.

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