If you like asparagus, this is a great side to a grain or starch-focused main dish. It also goes great on its own, with crackers or fancy bread of your choosing.
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- 1 bunch (2 to 2.5 cups) of chopped asparagus
- 2C almond milk
- 1C water
- 2T nutritional yeast flakes
- 1T Bragg’s liquid aminos
You know about proteins, right? Those things North America is insane with consuming far too much of? Well, there is one amino acid called asparagine, and guess where it gets its name? No, not an Italian racecar driver; the name comes from asparagus because is so full of this compound .
Stuff You’ll Need to Do
- Chop asparagus into 2” long cuts
- Steam 10-15 mins until soft but not mushy
- Combine water, almond milk, flakes in pot and heat to gentle simmer
- Once simmering, add in the asparagus
- Turn off burner
- Let sit with occasional stirring for about a half hour. (You can skip this step if you’re in a hurry)
- Scoopy 1C at a time into a food processor, but don’t do like I did and overload the thing or you’ll have a watery green explosion all over your kitchen.
- Pulse the food processor it each load of soup is smooth.
- Pour through a strainer into another pot or serving dish.