Seasonal Cooking | Hot Soups for Cold LATE WINTER Warmth

Warm and nourishing, there is still a place for soups in Late Winter. Inspiration for balanced, healthy living in Late Winter.

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Golden Gentle Mung Dal Soup with Ginger and Cumin

The cold seems endless, and soups come into their own as we look for warmth in all we eat. We long for Spring weather but it is not yet the time for lighter food. Warm and nourishing, soups are a boon in Late Winter, even though they gradually get lighter as our hope for Spring and warmer weather strengthens.

Celebrating Beautiful Winter

Enjoy some inspiration for nourishing hot soup in Late Winter.

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Hot Soups for Cold Late Winter Weather

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Carrot Soups and Parsnip Soups

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Garlic Soup

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Pumpkin Soup

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Other Vegetable Soups

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Lentils, Beans and Grains Soups

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Golden Gentle Mung Dal Soup with Ginger and Cumin

Indian Dishes That Can Be Eaten As Soups

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Author: Ganga108

Heat in the Kitchen, Cooking with Spirit. Temple junkie, temple builder, temple cleaner. Lover of life, people, cultures, travel. Champion of growth, change and awareness. Taker of photos. Passionate about family. Happy.

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