9 responses

  1. TeacherWriter Suzanne Lilly
    September 24, 2012

    This sounds really good. Thanks for all the great recipes. We’ve been doing ETL for four weeks now, and many of the dishes we make have been inspired by you.

  2. MaeLBC
    October 6, 2012

    This is a similar seeming recipe to one I used to eat The Soup Kitchen, in Berkeley in early 80′s. A real stewy tasting vegan meal with a delicious chunk of rustic bread.
    I’d recommend roasted cinnamon honey oats over roasted pears and apples for dessert.

  3. tortugita718
    October 6, 2012

    Thanks, TeacherWriter Suzanne Lilly! I forgot to mention, this goes really well with corn if you can afford the starchy carbs…and, surprisingly, if you mix in some oatmeal, freeze, and thaw, you get almost a meaty texture. Happy stewing!

  4. tamar
    October 16, 2012

    how much water do you put in?

  5. Carrie
    October 30, 2012

    How much water do you put in? and can you substitute veggie broth for the water?

  6. Tortugita718
    October 30, 2012

    As much water as keeps it from sticking, and veggie broth sounds great! This is very much a “change as you like” thing…experimenting encouraged!

  7. Joel
    December 20, 2012

    I made this recipe according to the directions. It is clearly very healthful, given the ingredients.

    My advice, eat it when YOU are REALLY hungry because it tastes very, very bad IMHO.

  8. Tortugita718
    December 20, 2012

    Sorry it didn’t turn out well for you! I had others taste test it before I posted it; maybe they were just being polite. It tastes good to me, anyway.

  9. Carolyn
    January 4, 2013

    The author of EAT TO LIVE suggests steaming greens separately and adding them after the soup is cooked. Otherwise, if you cook them in the soup, the broth develops an overpowering taste.

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