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Stephen Argent launched the Soupologie brand in 2012 at a London food market. His delicious, nutritious soups are now selling in retail outlets across the UK as well as the US and Europe.
All recipes are LED (low-energy density) food, filling you up with volume without too many calories. Each recipe has icons to show which common ailments are targeted such as stress, fatigue, weakened immunity and more. Recipes are plant-based and gluten-free, so can be enjoyed by everyone, but serving suggestions will add in other delicious 'soupolo-twists' so you can adapt things to your own taste. Soup is the natural follow-on from juicing and is so much more achievable: soup can be served as a meal, unlike a juice. The book is fully photographed by award-winning food photographer Jean Cazals.
A powerhouse collection of soups and meal pots that deliver 5 portions of fruit and veg (sometimes more!) that are also low in calories, sugars, carbohydrates and salt, plus are dairy and gluten free. The first section explains what 5-a-day really means and includes a guide to what counts and what doesn't, as well as which fruits and veg give you a large dose of sugar. Armed with this better understanding of how to achieve your 5-a-day, you can then aim for even more. The recipes range from soups such as Pea & Watercress (which also includes onion, apple, spinach and garlic) and Tomato & Aubergine (which also includes onion, peppers, carrot and basil) to Spiced Pineapple & Tomato Stew (which also includes sweet potato, peppers, onion and garlic). Each one makes enough for one person but can easily be adapted for larger servings. They have all been fully analysed by a qualified nutritionist so that the reader can see immediately the benefits of what they're eating. The authors also show the reader how to create their own 5-a-day soups and meal pots that range from cleansing to therapeutic and everything in between.