Make Raw Soups with a Multi-Purpose Juicer

Make Raw Soups with a Multi-Purpose Juicer

Do you like juicing your food to get the most of the raw fruits and vegetables?

Did you know that multi-purpose cold press juicers are excellent soup makers? So if you want an alternative method to add to your raw food diet and get a meal from your juicer, just add soups to your healthy juicing recipes!

There are many other raw soup recipes than just gazpacho and you can eat them warm!

Just select the vegetables you would like, keeping the pulp adjustment nozzle loose enough to allow for pulp to enter with the juice, add some fat superfoods like avocado if you don't want to add butter later, add salt and pepper and warm it gently in a saucepan. But be careful not overheat so you don't kill off any enzymes.

You can add spices, seeds, fresh herbs and finish with a drizzle of olive oil.

If you want your soup thinner, you can tighten the pulp adjustment nozzle to have less texture and fiber in it.

Here are some wonderful Raw Soup Recipes :

Tomato Basil Soup:

  • Ingredients (for 1 serving):
  • 2 tomatoes
  • 10-12 leaves of basil
  • Salt and pepper to taste

Cut the tomatoes into quarters and put them in your juicer with the basil leaves. Alternate juicing between tomatoes and basil, to create a consistent flavour.

In a few seconds you will have a thick soup smelling fresh cut basil that can be enjoyed either hot or cold!

Carrot-Ginger Juice Soup:

  • Ingredients (for 2 servings):
  • 5 large carrots
  • 1 celery heart
  • 2 tomatoes
  • 1 red bell pepper
  • Thumb-size piece of ginger
  • ¼ small shallots
  • ¼ cup coconut water
  • 1 lemon

Juice all the ingredients and add the coconut water when your preparation is ready. Warm your soup in a saucepan barely warmer then the room temperature. Add seasonings like curry powder, cumin, olive oil salt and paper if you wish.

There are endless possibilities to make vegetable soups like creamy broccoli soup, mint and spinach, spicy mango soup, pumpkin with butternut squash and much more… To add more texture and the creamy taste in your soups, you can use the cashew cream and mix it with any veggie you like to juice.

Your raw soup can be warmed, but it just shouldn't be heated more than room temperature. Another alternative is to warm your bowl in the microwave and garnish with herbs and spices.

Raw soups are great alternative to healthy living juices because if not overheated, they can ensure the same benefits as the living juices while giving you the taste of a real meal.

You can also use one of our high performance blenders like the Bio Chef Blender or the Omega Blenders to make hot soups in less than 8 minutes. Just by mixing all the ingredients in the blender will warm it for you. It is the easiest way to prepare the healthiest food for the whole family!

Raw soups are also known for alkalizing or for cleansing, especially when your recipe includes green vegetables and not contain any nuts, nut milk or similar ingredients. Their highly nutritious compound gives you energy and makes it easier to remove the toxins from your body. It wakens your digestive system and fills you for hours. It can even have healing effects depending on the vegetables you use. Celery, spinach, carrots, parsley are great for a healing mixture!

Here are the main benefits:

  • Raw soup is easy to prepare, it will not take more than 15 minutes, will give you instant energy and has almost no fat in it.
  • The nutrients in your raw soup go right into the blood stream giving you instant energy.
  • The body burns off the raw carbs and doesn't store.
  • The perfect cold buster if you add some turmeric and ginger.

Last but not the least, the consumption of raw soups and juicing will revitalize and rejuvenate you in the natural way! Associated with some exercise, it will help you to lose weight and not feel the lack of energy you usually have when you follow diets. It may change your life and you may not want to turn back to your old pattern of eating!


Mahli Jeffreson