This soup, invented last night in a flurry of inspiration, is indescribably delicious. Just one spoonful will send your taste buds into paroxysms of euphoria. I’m not kidding. Prepare to be transfixed. Warning: If you generally prefer sitting down to eat, get settled at table before tasting or you may never make...

Recipe Directions

Set aside 2 large mushrooms, minced cilantro and garnish. Add everything else to blender and blend until smooth. Finely chop reserved mushrooms and stir into bisque, along with minced cilantro. If desired, warm gently to about 105Ëš on stovetop, using a thermometer and stirring constantly with a wooden spoon till desired temperature reached. Pour bisque into two bowls, garnish with a sprinkle of chopped basil or cilantro and serve.

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This soup, invented last night in a flurry of inspiration, is indescribably delicious. Just one spoonful will send your taste buds into paroxysms of euphoria. I’m not kidding. Prepare to be transfixed. Warning: If you generally prefer sitting down to eat, get settled at table before tasting or you may never make it! I finished my bowl standing up, it was that good. (This is the short story. For the long story, please visit my blog http://eat2evolve.blogspot.com/2009/08/paradise-found-thai-red-curry-tom....)

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You are right, the curry paste is not raw, nor the marmite. It's still a raw recipe, though :) If you are high raw, like me, this will work for you, otherwise, so sorry. I do not know of a raw curry paste, either...You could maybe try replacing curry paste and marmite with curry powder + thai chili peppers + chickpea miso....although miso is not raw, either... sigh.... best of luck! :) diana

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Heh.....I just noticed that this is NOT a raw recipe. Feel free to not reply to my question about the curry.

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Is there a Raw Curry paste that I am unaware of? Please tell me so because I miss curry!

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