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Nicole Chaszar, founder of the Brooklyn based soupery, Splendid Spoon, is on the cusp of a powerful new health trend: souping. Souping pumps your body full of vitamins and nutrients to help you lose weight and feel amazing. Unlike the wildly popular juice cleanses that are overloaded with sugar and skimp on fiber, a soup cleanse provides a nutrient-dense, fiber-rich altern Nicole Chaszar, founder of the Brooklyn based soupery, Splendid Spoon, is on the cusp of a powerful new health trend: souping. Souping pumps your body full of vitamins and nutrients to help you lose weight and feel amazing. Unlike the wildly popular juice cleanses that are overloaded with sugar and skimp on fiber, a soup cleanse provides a nutrient-dense, fiber-rich alternative: slow cooked chewable soup. Juice is just a beverage; soup is a meal! Now you too can enjoy Nicole’s easy souping tips and popular recipes in The Soup Cleanse Cookbook. Containing over 75 delicious, plant-based soup recipes, the book features plans that focus on different health benefits like immunity, detoxification, and weight loss, as well as customizable cleanses to perfectly fit your lifestyle. As an entrepreneur and busy mother of two young boys, Nicole understands that diets fail, cleanses can be intimidating, and getting more veggies into your daily diet can be difficult. Whether you choose the once-a-week plan or a multi-day cleanse, or just a delicious soup to enjoy for lunch or dinner, The Soup Cleanse Cookbook makes healthy eating and living truly splendid.


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Nicole Chaszar, founder of the Brooklyn based soupery, Splendid Spoon, is on the cusp of a powerful new health trend: souping. Souping pumps your body full of vitamins and nutrients to help you lose weight and feel amazing. Unlike the wildly popular juice cleanses that are overloaded with sugar and skimp on fiber, a soup cleanse provides a nutrient-dense, fiber-rich altern Nicole Chaszar, founder of the Brooklyn based soupery, Splendid Spoon, is on the cusp of a powerful new health trend: souping. Souping pumps your body full of vitamins and nutrients to help you lose weight and feel amazing. Unlike the wildly popular juice cleanses that are overloaded with sugar and skimp on fiber, a soup cleanse provides a nutrient-dense, fiber-rich alternative: slow cooked chewable soup. Juice is just a beverage; soup is a meal! Now you too can enjoy Nicole’s easy souping tips and popular recipes in The Soup Cleanse Cookbook. Containing over 75 delicious, plant-based soup recipes, the book features plans that focus on different health benefits like immunity, detoxification, and weight loss, as well as customizable cleanses to perfectly fit your lifestyle. As an entrepreneur and busy mother of two young boys, Nicole understands that diets fail, cleanses can be intimidating, and getting more veggies into your daily diet can be difficult. Whether you choose the once-a-week plan or a multi-day cleanse, or just a delicious soup to enjoy for lunch or dinner, The Soup Cleanse Cookbook makes healthy eating and living truly splendid.

30 review for The Soup Cleanse Cookbook: A Guide to Improving Your Health with Nourishing Plant-Based Soups

  1. 4 out of 5

    Cosima

    Thanks to the publishers for my free ARC copy. I've been meaning to review this one for a while. I don't normally "do" cookbooks but this one looked interesting. The author is in the business of soups, and the business has good reviews, so the recipes had to be great, right? I found a lot of the ingredients to be unusual. There's a wide variety of soups (some basically smoothies) and ingredients (some of which won't be easy to find depending on the season or your location). The directions are easy Thanks to the publishers for my free ARC copy. I've been meaning to review this one for a while. I don't normally "do" cookbooks but this one looked interesting. The author is in the business of soups, and the business has good reviews, so the recipes had to be great, right? I found a lot of the ingredients to be unusual. There's a wide variety of soups (some basically smoothies) and ingredients (some of which won't be easy to find depending on the season or your location). The directions are easy to follow and the recipes I've tried have ranged from interesting to delicious. I wish that the book was in color because the black and white pictures aren't very easy to make out. The finished, non-ARC version should be in color. Overall, recommended.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    I love cookbooks. Also soup. So this seemed like an interesting way to get healthier while enjoying good food. I like the premise of this approach, so we started last week, with 4 delicious and different soups. Today we're at it again, with new recipes. I don't know whether we're really detoxing, but the soups are good and nutritious and I think a big part of this system is that it forces you to consider what you'll be eating in advance and also to cook good food from scratch. Thanks to Goodread I love cookbooks. Also soup. So this seemed like an interesting way to get healthier while enjoying good food. I like the premise of this approach, so we started last week, with 4 delicious and different soups. Today we're at it again, with new recipes. I don't know whether we're really detoxing, but the soups are good and nutritious and I think a big part of this system is that it forces you to consider what you'll be eating in advance and also to cook good food from scratch. Thanks to Goodreads for the chance to try this out!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ivy

    I intended to read this only for the recipes, but ended up reading the whole thing. It had much more reading than I anticipated. It was interesting, but I am not going to do a soup cleanse. She has some very interesting recipes and she has clear instructions and good photos for her recipies. Not my favorite cookbook ever, but not the worst.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Michael Yoder

    I gave this book to my mother. She loves it, the recipes are great and she wants to try them all. Thank you for giving me the chance to win this book.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jess

    The whole diet portion seems worrisome to me, but the recipes I've tried have been really delicious. Especially the eggplant tahini and Avacado and kimchi stew The whole diet portion seems worrisome to me, but the recipes I've tried have been really delicious. Especially the eggplant tahini and Avacado and kimchi stew

  6. 5 out of 5

    Melitta Cross

    Made a number of recipes. Very good.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Rosemary

    The whole concept of cleansing the body with soup appeals to me because I have always been a soup lover. This book has some great ideas and recipes.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Monique Pearson

    I was so excited about this book and went through every single recipe's ingredients to see what I could and couldn't eat and what I would like. Between food allergies of Cayenne, Ginger, and any kind of peppers and just absolute dislike of things like tumeric, cumin, and mushrooms there was only a small handful of things I could or would eat in this cookbook (even most of those I'd have to leave out something like black pepper). I was highly disappointed. First I don't believe any dish needs 5 o I was so excited about this book and went through every single recipe's ingredients to see what I could and couldn't eat and what I would like. Between food allergies of Cayenne, Ginger, and any kind of peppers and just absolute dislike of things like tumeric, cumin, and mushrooms there was only a small handful of things I could or would eat in this cookbook (even most of those I'd have to leave out something like black pepper). I was highly disappointed. First I don't believe any dish needs 5 or more seasonings to be good. Secondly there's far too many repetitions in the choices of ingredients. I will pass this along to someone else with less allergies and who enjoys more middle eastern flavors. I myself have little use for this book. Very sad since I love soups throughout the winter.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Veronica

    I liked this book, both the recipes and what she wrote. It's fairly easy to follow. There would need to be some significant meal prep time in reality to have all these soups on hand. She does discuss how soup stores well and for those unfamiliar with it, how to freeze soup, etc. I will refer to this for recipes, but I don't think the souping day of five soups plus five meals of soups throughout the week are practical for me in terms of prepping them or storing them, which is saddening because th I liked this book, both the recipes and what she wrote. It's fairly easy to follow. There would need to be some significant meal prep time in reality to have all these soups on hand. She does discuss how soup stores well and for those unfamiliar with it, how to freeze soup, etc. I will refer to this for recipes, but I don't think the souping day of five soups plus five meals of soups throughout the week are practical for me in terms of prepping them or storing them, which is saddening because they sound delicious and I love soup.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Michele

    The recipes I've tried so far are good The recipes I've tried so far are good

  11. 5 out of 5

    Scarlett

    I love cookbooks. I collect cookbooks, and I actually use them quite frequently in order to experience new flavors, cooking styles, ingredients, and justify why they take up two entire shelves on one bookcase. This book caught my attention because the meal prep program Splendid Spoon (along with many many others) kept popping up on my news feed on Facebook. While the flavors intrigued me I could not justify the prices, so when I found there was a cookbook I decided to go that route instead. It is I love cookbooks. I collect cookbooks, and I actually use them quite frequently in order to experience new flavors, cooking styles, ingredients, and justify why they take up two entire shelves on one bookcase. This book caught my attention because the meal prep program Splendid Spoon (along with many many others) kept popping up on my news feed on Facebook. While the flavors intrigued me I could not justify the prices, so when I found there was a cookbook I decided to go that route instead. It is intended to be used in the style of a soup cleanse. 2 cup portions several times for one day (so besides a lot of water soup is all you consume), and 2 cup portion for lunch the rest of the week. It's designed to have different types of soup for the different times of the day on your cleanse day. Which means your fridge or freezer will be stuffed with many many portion cups of soup if you were to follow the program exactly. I didn't intend to start out in the program, but first experience some of the soups and go from there. Also, the program is set up great if you have an office job, or a regular 9-5, it's harder when your schedule is all over the place and you only have one meal break. I also am not a fan of detoxes, since your body is designed to do that for you. However, the author states that the body does the job of detoxing, the cleanse is simply to give it a break from normal eating habits and focus of fresh fruit and vegetables. Pros: Easy to follow recipes Mostly items that are easily accessible at grocery stores A wide range of recipes Cons: Some of the recipes didn't turn out quite right, or the texture was off from what I was expecting. Some of the flavor profiles did not make sense to me. If you were following the program the amount of time you would have to spend prepping all the soups would take almost a whole day, plus washing pans in-between because I doubt you have that many stock pots around. I did 2 in one day and it took longer than I expected. I also didn't want to end up with a bunch of soups I might not like/have time to eat. I have yet to try any of the sweeter soups, because it seems a little weird to me. Someday I will. OUt of what I tried: Favorite Soups: Creamy Gazpacho with Almonds Lemon-Fennel Consomme Jalapeno Tomato Broth Least Favorite Soups: Herbed Dairy-Free Cream of Mushroom (I'm ok with dairy-free but it had a weird texture) Simply Asparagus (A shame since I love asparagus) I might get on board with just doing part of the cleanse, at least ending my nights with a cup of the broths. I liked them and some of the purees most for this.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Julia

    I'm excited about trying some of these soup recipes! I'm excited about trying some of these soup recipes!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Janet

    Even though I highly doubt I'll be doing a soup cleanse, or "souping," as the author calls it, I did find a few good recipes here. Even though I highly doubt I'll be doing a soup cleanse, or "souping," as the author calls it, I did find a few good recipes here.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Alex DK

    Read my review for this cookbook with the recipes I tested on my blog post: https://lifeonacanadianisland.blogspo... Read my review for this cookbook with the recipes I tested on my blog post: https://lifeonacanadianisland.blogspo...

  15. 4 out of 5

    Joyful Stoves

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    Talitha Sanders

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  22. 5 out of 5

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    Teri Leigh Baird

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    Nicole Stoermer

  28. 5 out of 5

    Marci

  29. 4 out of 5

    Bree

  30. 4 out of 5

    Terra

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