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    Butternut Squash Soup

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    I made this amazing soup last night. I roasted 3 butternut squashes and an onion for an hour. Then I scooped out all the squash and threw it in the Vitamix with the onion and coconut milk, chicken broth and himalayan salt. It came out totally great and I have tons left over.

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    Sounds yummy!
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    That sounds super easy (and delicious). I usually do it the other way round - chop and saute the pumpkin and onion, add the stock and cook through, then mash or blend and finally serve with some coconut cream, bacon bits and chopped herbs.

    But your way sounds great, does the stock get warm enough just blended into your hot veges or do you reheat it all again?

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    Yeah, that sounds like a good twist on the usual recipe since you roasted all the vegetables. I'm a huge fan of winter squash in any way, shape, or form.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annieh View Post
    That sounds super easy (and delicious). I usually do it the other way round - chop and saute the pumpkin and onion, add the stock and cook through, then mash or blend and finally serve with some coconut cream, bacon bits and chopped herbs.

    But your way sounds great, does the stock get warm enough just blended into your hot veges or do you reheat it all again?
    I had to heat it again. I made tons so there would be enough for two of us for at least a week.

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    I do that too but I like to add curry powder and some shredded turkey to it. Super good!


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    Oooo sounds great. Thanks for the lunch idea!
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