Is cold soup an oxymoron? Not if it’s this delicious!
Gazpacho soup is probably the OG of “healthy green shakes” before their trendiness hit health-conscious populations. Originally from regions of Spain and Portugal, and dating back to the Moors and even Romans, it has been a warm weather staple since ancient times. It is refreshing on a hot spring day, and even better during the summer months. Traditionally, it is made with a combination of tomatoes, bread crumbs, olive oil and vinegar, but I still consider my recipe as a classic-style gazpacho even though I don’t use breadcrumbs. Continue reading →
Some of my favorite foods are fermented: kimchee, kefir, kombucha, and sauerkraut. One of the best home-cooking secrets is adding the brine from fermented foods to amp the flavor, texture, and nutrients of your favorite foods! This hummus is arguably the best you’ll make at home because of its zesty taste and creamy flavor–and the secret is a probiotic ingredient! Continue reading →