I love this soup. I change the veggies up often to whatever I have on hand or have a craving for. The miso/tahini combination creates a creamy base that is not too salty. This dish is also great with shredded cabbage and I espially like a dark leafy green like chard in it. Broccoli is a great addition as well. The...

Recipe Directions

Heat water on stove, try not to boil it. If it boils, no biggie, just remove from heat and let sit until you can comfortably stick your finger in it.

Combine prepared veggies in a large bowl. Add ginger and garlic.

Combine miso with tahini and wasabi to make a paste. Add to water when the temperature is comfortable and mix well. Pour over prepared vegetables, allow to sit for 5-10 minutes to allow seaweed to soften and flavors to blend.

Top with a few dashes of rice vinegar/soy sauce. You could also use apple cider vinegar or a squirt of lemon. Ooo and a pinch of black pepper is great.

Enjoy!

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By elizabeth

I love this soup. I change the veggies up often to whatever I have on hand or have a craving for. The miso/tahini combination creates a creamy base that is not too salty. This dish is also great with shredded cabbage and I espially like a dark leafy green like chard in it. Broccoli is a great addition as well. The result shouldn’t exactly be soupy, the broth should just barely cover the vegetables, so be expecting a thicker consistancy and great meal to eat with chopsticks.

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Um, my husband and I are addicted to this. We literally have eaten it for dinner for the past 6 nights in a row. No joke. It never gets old...

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This was yummy Elizabeth, thank you for sharing it. I made it last night with green cabbage, because I had that on hand. I look forward to trying it with bok choy because I LOVE bok choy! Cherre there is a brand I find locally called Rejuvenative Foods that makes a raw tahini that is fantastic. I don't know if all other brands are raw. Rejuvenative Foods nut and seed butters are in the refrigerator section of a health food or Whole Foods store, not on the shelves.

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wow...this sounds so yummy. i think im going to have to make it for lunch tomorrow-thanks for sharing!

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This was yummy Elizabeth, thank you for sharing it. I made it last night with green cabbage, because I had that on hand. I look forward to trying it with bok choy because I LOVE bok choy! Cherre there is a brand I find locally called Rejuvenative Foods that makes a raw tahini that is fantastic. I don't know if all other brands are raw. Rejuvenative Foods nut and seed butters are in the refrigerator section of a health food or Whole Foods store, not on the shelves.

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I'm a newbie so I have to ask...is all tahini raw? Or do you have to find RAW tahini? This recipe looks like a must-try!

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Um, my husband and I are addicted to this. We literally have eaten it for dinner for the past 6 nights in a row. No joke. It never gets old...

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Yay! Finally tried this one... and I gotta say, it's nice to find another savory dish that I really ENJOY vs. being "just OK." Also think this would be nice and easy to play with to take to work. Just chop the veggies before hand and take them in some kind of container; mix up the tahini, miso and wasabi into the paste and take that in some kind of container as well; then add the hot water to the paste at work and top off the veggies with it. (I'm planning as I type, can anybody tell?) Anyway, thanks for the yummy recipe!

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mmmmm!

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wow...this sounds so yummy. i think im going to have to make it for lunch tomorrow-thanks for sharing!

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