Plant Based Foods Geek

Sharing my plant based foods journey.

Category: Soup and Stew Recipes

Bean with Baconless Soup Vegan and Whole Foods Plant Based

Bean with Baconless Soup and side dish

Bean with Baconless Soup Vegan and Whole Foods Plant Based

As a child and even an adult, I always loved opening a can of Bean with Bacon soup. I don’t know if it really had any bacon it or not, but I loved that soup. Now that I have stopped eating any … Read More

Cannellini Bean Soup with Mushrooms Swiss Chard and Potatoes

Cannellini Bean Soup with Mushrooms Swiss Chard and Potatoes

Cannellini Bean Soup with Mushrooms Swiss Chard and Potatoes – Vegan and Whole Foods Plant Based

It’s Florida and fall doesn’t officially start until around January 1st. But I want soup! This is actually a recipe I make all year long, I just don’t add the vegetable broth to turn it into … Read More

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Vegetarian Italian Sausage with Mushrooms and Spinach

Vegetarian Italian Sausage with Mushrooms and Spinach

This time my Vegetarian Italian Sausage with Mushrooms and Spinach recipe required some pre-planning.  I have three major grocery stores in my area of which one is Publix.  The Publix nearest me is relatively new.  It used to be in a retail strip site and was pretty small.  … Read More

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Adzuki Bean Soup with Sweet Potatoes Carrots and Spinach

Adzuki Bean Soup with Sweet Potatoes Carrots and Spinach

Adzuki Bean Soup with Sweet Potatoes Carrots and Spinach

While on one of my internet hunts for dry cannellini beans, I came across the website Nuts.com. They had cannellini, (yeah!), and they also had a variety of other interesting items, like adzuki beans.  No I didn’t bother to look up what adzuki beans were … Read More

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Weekend Fridge Cleaning Soup

Weekend Fridge Cleaning Soup

Weekend Fridge Cleaning Soup

Yes I literally cleaned out the refrigerator! Thus the name Weekend Fridge Cleaning Soup. This turned out to be quite an earthy soup that would be suitable for when (if ever) our Florida summer turns into fall.  Which is sometime around Christmas. Ha! But alas, these would have grown green fuzzy … Read More

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