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Curry Coconut Cauliflower Soup with Pear

Something magical happens when you put cauliflower in the dehydrator. The slow heating and dehydrating process mellows, sweetens and concentrates the flavors leaving you with a delicious, irresistible treat. Combine the cauliflower with the exciting taste of curry and coconut, and you have a delicious raw fall soup sure to delight.

 

 

Heated in the dehydrator or gently on the stove top* your cold weather cravings will be more than satisfied. The pear purée layers in a touch of freshness that marries beautifully with the curry. Crispy onions top it all off.

Read through this raw food recipe and you will quickly realize with a little advanced planning, this soup super easy to prepare. You can soak the cashews and start the dehydration the night before, or early in the morning and then forget about it until you are ready to assemble the soup.

*Be very careful heating on the stove. The temp will rise VERY quickly.

 

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22 Comments

  1. Cecilie wrote on January 17, 2014

    What an exiting recipe!
    I can’t figure out how many servings it produces, though?

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    • Susan wrote on January 17, 2014

      It serves 4. Cheers!

      Reply
  2. Kitty wrote on November 10, 2012

    I don’t have a dehydrator but my stove top is gas. Is a simmer flame cool enough to kind of mimic a dehydrator? I’m kind of in and out of raw and usually don’t use a dehydrator when i am raw. But i think it would be super valuable for me to try it out. Any pointer on using gas stove top and still being fairly raw would be so appreciated! Thanks

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  3. Tira wrote on November 6, 2012

    I couldn’t agree more Emanuele, that comment put me off a little bit. I doubt anyone CHOOSES to use different ingredients if they can find the original ingredients easily. It’s not disrespecting the recipe if you’re just trying to make it work with what is available to you.

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    • Susan wrote on November 10, 2012

      I don’t think Mini was referring to people that can’t find ingredients. I think she was just giving a nod to the work and effort put into creating a recipe that is balanced and well thought out. 🙂

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  4. Emanuele wrote on November 4, 2012

    Dear mini,
    people sometimes want to substitute the ingredients just because where they live it’s very difficult to find them such as young coconut.
    Respect people!

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  5. mini wrote on October 31, 2012

    I’ve been following this blog for about a month. I do not understand why people want to substitute the ingredients.Respect the recipes!!

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    • Susan wrote on October 31, 2012

      Thanks, Mini! 🙂

      Reply

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