Recipe Directions

Blend everything in a jar, add the avocado though at last

May be served with swedish knaeckebrot.

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By EmmGee

This mind-uplifting soup was inspired by radish_man´s energy-soup. I just used what i found and it became instantly delicious. Gave me a full-grown gooseskin after half the bowl, hence the name.

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Knaeckebrot is unfortunately non-raw, maybe somebody finds a substitute.

I came to doing this soup everyday now, with little variations.

Today it went down nicely with some linseeds.

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Thanks emmgee! That bread looks really great- kind of like peacock skin. One side of my family is from Gottenburg but I have never been there.

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The Soysprouts i got in Hamburg at a few Chinese and Thai supermarkets, now in Barcelona i found only one Chinese that keeps them in stock.

The Herbs i get from one of the many "Herbolaristaria´s", if you can find it, you may try "clary sage" (a form of salvia).

Knaeckebrot is a Skandinavian speciality, cracker-like really dry bred, consisting at best only from rye, yeast, salt and spices (it is shown in the new picture). Down here in Spain i have to get it from Ikea, as well the elderflower-syrup.

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HI! I am wondering about the soy sprouts. I have never seen those. Do you buy them, sprout them yourself, and where do you get the seeds? Do you buy your tea or make it from scratch? This sounds good but kind of hard to get some of the ingredients. What is knaeckebrot? Thanks!

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i was wondering about the name, how very funny!!! sound deeeelish.

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