Recipe Directions

put all the ingredients (except cress, pumpkin seeds and their oil) into a high speed blender and blend until slightly warm. add water to your preferred consistency.
decorate with the remaining ingredients.
the impressive taste of the pumpkin seed oil really pimps this dish. ENJOY

Chlorophylla's Thoughts

orange-coloured soup themed “eating for the svadhisthana”

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Thanks! I enjoyed the picture and discovered some other sites with info. I guess you could substitute any pumpkin or similar winter in the same quantity if you couldn't find hokkaido.

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@bluedolfin: i just take the whole orange. the white is good, too. of course i take organic fruits and i wash oranges with warm water when i use the zests.
@stylistchick: thanks a lot!!... hope you have fun trying the recipes;-)
@mulberryrose: thats a small orange pumpkin, and it´s named after the japanese island, i think. i found a pic on flickr: http://flickr.com/photos/angelalund/250277948/
those are very widespread here in germany, you can buy them everywhere.

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Could you tell me what hokkaido is? I googled it but all I could find was that it was the second largest island of Japan....Thanks!

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your other recipes are really on the edge, and i like that, you are really experimental!!

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this sounds like some interesting flavors. and i like that you used the word "pimps" ha! i'll definately try this one!

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Do you zest the orange and then peel it and use the sections, juice, or just put the whole orange, lock, stock, and barrel, into the blender?

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