This recipe is an adaptation of two other miso soup recipes I like. I felt like having a really hearty and indulgent bowl of soup, so I blended the ingredients. The results were wonderful and satisfying. I’m going to be making this one a lot. You may need to adjust some ingredients to suit your tastes.

Recipe Directions

1. Cut sea vegetables into small pieces. Soak for at least 30 minutes and rinse.

2. Warm up 2 1/2 cups of water on stove.

3. Prepare green onions, avocado, cilantro, noodles, cabbage and ginger.

4. Blend water, miso, nama shoyu, kelp powder (optional) and hemp with warm water. Add all vegetables. Garnish with avocado.

RawVoice's Thoughts

By RawVoice

This recipe is an adaptation of two other miso soup recipes I like.

I felt like having a really hearty and indulgent bowl of soup, so I blended the ingredients. The results were wonderful and satisfying.

I’m going to be making this one a lot. You may need to adjust some ingredients to suit your tastes.

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This was sooooooooooooooooooo awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!! I use a zester to make noodles too- it works great.

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yeah! I love miso, but had not actually thought of my blender...duh! I always end up with all the weird clumps. Thank you!

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i like this especially with the avocado!! i really wanna try these sea tangle noodles!!! i used the zucchini..funny though cuz i dont have a spiralizer so you shoulda seen me and my husband trying our best with a knife in the kitchen.. not pretty but they're good! whats even funnier is that my husband thinks that im silly for trying raw.. though he's right there helpin me :) kind of refreshing with the lime.. i almost didnt put it in. glad i did! thanks for posting

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I love this recipe. So awesome. I make it with out the Sea Tangle. Add slices of soaked Kelp and Wakame, and lots of miso. I have made this a lot this fall so nice to have something warm and broth like.

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This was exactly what I was looking for - quick, easy, deliciously and so so good for you. Great adaptable recipe!

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This was sooooooooooooooooooo awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!! I use a zester to make noodles too- it works great.

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I didn't have all the ingredients and just put avocado, cabbage, sea vegetables, spring onions, and ginger into the miso soup and it was delicious. Thank you for this recipe!

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perfect, love miso... thank you

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You can also use a zester for thin angel hair type noodles.

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Hey greenghost you can also try any large asian store - they also usually carry the sea tangles - look in the refrigerated section with the sea vegetables

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Loveskale, you can use a vegetable peeler to make tagelatelle type noodles they come out quite thin but are longer than the ones from a grater, that was what i did until I got my sprialiser... :-)

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loveskale - try using a cheese grater for your zucchini noodles. I don't have a spiralizer either, but I put my old cheese grater to good use with vegetables like zucchini & cucumbers.

I wish I could try SeaTangle noodles too, but the website I had found that sold them individually no longer exists. And I honestly can't afford the nearly $44 fee for a case (that includes shipping to NY, but still!!! That's A LOT!!)

Oh Well... maybe one day the health food shops on the East Coast can get them in stock.

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this, my raw friends, is good.

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i like this especially with the avocado!! i really wanna try these sea tangle noodles!!! i used the zucchini..funny though cuz i dont have a spiralizer so you shoulda seen me and my husband trying our best with a knife in the kitchen.. not pretty but they're good! whats even funnier is that my husband thinks that im silly for trying raw.. though he's right there helpin me :) kind of refreshing with the lime.. i almost didnt put it in. glad i did! thanks for posting

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sea tangle=the BEST!!

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yeah! I love miso, but had not actually thought of my blender...duh! I always end up with all the weird clumps. Thank you!

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