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Good evening ladies and gentlemen! Tonight, we’ll be stepping out of our comfort zones and head on down the dusty trail of new tantalizing new foods. First stop, the Quinoa Highway.
If you aren’t familiar with quinoa, know this: it’s a grain from the Gods. Quinoa has been used in recipes for since ancient times. This great little grain makes a wonderful substitute for traditional noodles when making soups and stews. Plus, it’s packed with an assortment of good-for-you vitamins. We’re confident that once you cook up your first pot of quinoa vegetable soup, you’ll be hooked for life.
If you’re a fan of hearty vegetables swimming in a sea of savory broth, you’ve come to the right place. Nothing is better than a steaming bowl of soup on a chilly day. In fact, I enjoy soup so much that I eat it even when the days are bright and sunny, and I know you will too!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Whole Foods Market.
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