Recipe Directions

1. Combine all the ingredients in your blender or Magic Bullet.

2. Blend with 1/2 cup very warm water and add water until a nice thick consistency is reached and flavors are balanced.

3. Add seasoning to tweak. I literally started with a pinch of everything, then added more to my liking.

Harmonylia's Thoughts

By harmonylia

I sprouted lentils like CRAZY. They just were everywhere.

I felt like I was all lentil’d out, and decided to dehydrate a batch of them. I did it on 105 F for about 1 day and then ground them to a fine fine powder.

The soup was inspiration on a cold rainy day. Very rich and topped with faux sour cream.

It was the most delicious comfort food I’d had all week.

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My sprouted lentils are in the dehydrator right now. Can't wait. Johnny...you're hilarious!

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Oh, and I used the sour cream recipe from this site, it was the cashew one. I will have to find it and let you know which one!

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Penfold, I only sprouted them with a bit of a tail, then dehydrate till crispy. it is perfect, let me know if it works out nicely.

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Sorry I didn't get back with you sooner carnap, I add the lentil till I get the right texture and let it rest so it really absorbs, I'm really glad it worked for you!

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awesome! the lentil powder makes it sooo creamy. I added a bunch of basil and left out the seeds...

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Can I add more lentil powder? Or will that be too hard on my digestion? I just realized I too sprouted a big load of lentils and .125 cups in my soups means they are going to dwindle slowly...

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Penfold, I only sprouted them with a bit of a tail, then dehydrate till crispy. it is perfect, let me know if it works out nicely.

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How sprouted were your lentils? Longish tail, or barely one at all? Somewhere in between? This looks perfect for winter.

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Oh, and I used the sour cream recipe from this site, it was the cashew one. I will have to find it and let you know which one!

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My sprouted lentils are in the dehydrator right now. Can't wait. Johnny...you're hilarious!

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lol, you guys kill me!

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I've got my hello kitty bikini, and you can all ask "what the buck is this hairy italian ballerina prince-ss doing in a bikini", and I'm ready for a swim in that beautiful bowl of soup!!!

*Gets on a diving board* --- Hey, I'm headed for those sour cream swirls!

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looks like a decadent fall treat.

what recipe do you use for faux sour cream?

i went to a raw restaurant the other day and i tried their raw cashew sour cream.

it was divine! i wish i had asked for the ingredients.

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Harmonylia that looks comforting....comfort food for sure. I really like the swirl of sour cream, looks gourmet! I created a sprouted lentil soup recipe where I used curry. I'm going to try yours, because I still have some lentils left. I would never have thought to dehydrate sprouted lentils and grind them into fine powder. WHAT A GENIOUS IDEA! That's a great way to have a quick delicious ready-made soup on hand that's raw, fresh, and nutritious without all the additives that the store bought instant soups have. I'm going to add all the spices,dried herbs, and make dried onion and garlic powder and add that too, then store some for those days when I don't feel like going through a long drawn out process of preparing my meal for the day. I can have me some comfort food instead...just add it to a blender with tomato, lemon juice, and warm water and voila!! ;-)

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What a beautiful fall/winter dinner extravaganza!!!

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