Recipe Directions

1. Prepare fruit right into a bowl.

2. Juice oranges into the bowl. You may have to adjust the amount of orange juice if you like it more juicy.

3. Stir and then refrigerate.

Ambikalee's Thoughts

By ambikalee

This is an adaptation on Frederic Patenaude's recipe.

His is called fruit soup. And wow, his also has pineapple.

You can really make this with whatever fruit you have.

If you don't have one of those great hand held citrus juicers, then a spoon works pretty good also!

One bowl, one love. Let's get together and eat fruit soup and so on.

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Hi Ambikalee- I just made something almost exactly like this- yesterday! I used dried apricots, bing cherries, a chopped orange and a few raisins (I squeezed a little lemon juice in there to preserve it a little). You can put it over nut cheese and make a chutney type thing to eat with crackers or carrots. I put a little cinnamon in mine. Cheers!

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I tried creating a recipe like this! Except I had been experimenting with a blended watermelon broth. This looks great.

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I tried creating a recipe like this! Except I had been experimenting with a blended watermelon broth. This looks great.

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Hi Ambikalee- I just made something almost exactly like this- yesterday! I used dried apricots, bing cherries, a chopped orange and a few raisins (I squeezed a little lemon juice in there to preserve it a little). You can put it over nut cheese and make a chutney type thing to eat with crackers or carrots. I put a little cinnamon in mine. Cheers!

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