I love this stuff! The degree of rawness depends on the temperature of the water, but even when I have used boiling water I can still feel the probiotics gurgling away in my gut, so I know I haven’t killed them. You can experiment with all different kinds of seaweed- I like a mix of wakame, armhijiki, and kombu....

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All ingredients are to taste.

Stir the miso in with the water and add the rest of the ingredients. Give it a couple of minutes for the seaweed to soften then enjoy. I could absolutely live off of these! The hemp powder gives it a great texture that coats your mouth like the miso soup from Japanese restaurants. The Superfood is a nice addition if you like the stuff, but maybe wait until the water has come down a bit in temp before you add it. It’s worth experimenting with some of the more exotic seaweeds like the ones from Mendocino County. And definitely try the brown rice miso from South River. Mmm. D

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By davidgoodman76

I love this stuff! The degree of rawness depends on the temperature of the water, but even when I have used boiling water I can still feel the probiotics gurgling away in my gut, so I know I haven’t killed them.

You can experiment with all different kinds of seaweed- I like a mix of wakame, armhijiki, and kombu.

Also for miso paste I use the South River stuff from Oregon- man it’s good! I like the barley and the brown rice the best, but it’s fun to switch around or mix and match . The saltier, heartier ones tend to make more sense with this recipe,.

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Territa's Review

Best Miso Soup in the World!!!
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I can see why you love this stuff - it rocks! The lime really gives it a nice kick. I added sliced bok choy and made a meal out of it! I'll be making this often - thanks for sharing!!

Another fun addition - thinly sliced shiitake mushrooms!

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this was very good. water did become room temp by the time i was done though. haha

i changed it up a bit and put super thinly sliced carrot and daikon.

miso tastey

ps. the lime makes all of the difference. its awesome

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I did try it with the lemon, and I actually liked it a lot, but today I have limes, so I'll try it that way, too. Thanks for the recipe. I'm enjoying it!

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You could try it with lemon, but it might be better just to leave it out (tastes pretty good on its own). The lime flavor pushes it in the right direction for me; lemon is a bit too generic tasting for this recipe I'd say. But there's always fun in experimenting! Maybe try it both ways!

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I'm trying this one today. It's cold, and it'll warm me up. I wonder if it's just as good with lemon though. I don't have any limes today.

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Have you been looking at my pantry Sounds great.

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I live in Mendocino County! Woohoo! :o) I'm making a trip to the co-op today, think I'll pick up the ingredients for this yummy sounding soup. I keep meaning to try the different seaweeds but just haven't gotten around to it yet.

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HI David. I just bought some miso and hemp powder but haven't used either of them. This sounds great! Thanks!

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