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  • Sounds delicious! Another soup recipe to try :)

    February 02, 2011
  • Hi Pamela! I’m on day 20 of the same detox/cleanse. I didn’t know you were doing it too. How are you feeling? I’m feeling great but like you looking forward to having a few things I’ve missed. Did your body go into shock when you started to introduce foods that were on the “no” list?
    This soup sounds great! I love asparagus. I will have to try tonight or tomorrow.

    February 01, 2011
    • I feel great! I finished last Monday. You just need to work some foods back in slowly (esp cheese). You’ll know, very quickly, if you overdid it on the food. It’s not pretty either. ;) I still take it easy, with my diet, for a few weeks after finishing. Plus, I follow a few of the tenets from the cleanse going forward.

      February 01, 2011
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    January 23, 2011
  • Well it’s not too hot (here on the east coast) for soup, and this one looks delicious. I’m wondering if the asparagus that I froze last spring would work- I’m going to give it a try! :)

    January 22, 2011
  • Ha. You funny! And the soup, yummy! I just bought a box of that almond milk for no good reason other than it was on sale. And shitakes and hazelnuts are weaknesses of mine, so it’s off to Sprouts to get some asparagus which is on sale this week. Hey, maybe I’ll make this for the FBLA meeting. (LOL, if I do say so myself : )

    January 19, 2011
  • Ricky was great–he was the only reason I watched the globes! This soup sounds lovely. I haven’t been on a cleanse, but I am attempting to reduce my dairy intake so this is perfect.

    January 19, 2011
  • Asparagus is definitely one that purees nicely all on its own, without having to add a whole lot to it to realize its creaminess. I have never used almond milk–I guess my dad was right: You learn something new every day!

    January 19, 2011
  • Sounds delicious! I love making cream soups without the cream. So much lighter but they’re still hearty and full of flavor!

    January 18, 2011
    • I have a lot of fun making ‘cream’ soups without cream and watching people’s faces when they learn it’s not cream in there.

      January 18, 2011
  • He, he, I make soup EVERY DAY! There would be a revolution in my house without a soup:) And yesterday I made braised lamb shanks for my Dad who is leaving soon back to Europe… In THIS weather (at least it was Mediterranean inspired:)

    I love cream soups without dairy (long-live the immersion blender, my best friend) and asparagus soup is one of the favorites. Adding mushrooms is a great variation.

    I envy you on your determination. My resolve cracked after two weeks when I hurt my eye, and I had to reach for the wine:(

    BTW, we enjoyed Ricky G. too. My husband just adores him.

    See you soon!

    January 18, 2011
    • I don’t know what I would do without my immersion blender. Yes I do, I’d be doing a lot of cleaning of my ceiling (a few of those hot liquid explosions). Braised lamb shanks sound divine!

      January 18, 2011
  • Loving the creamless “Cream of Asparagus Soup”!!! I usually have a tough time doing anything besides roasting the asparagus because they’re just so darn tasty like that. But this soup looks fantastic!

    January 18, 2011
    • I’m a big roasted veggie fan too. But every once in a while I have to mix things up a bit.

      January 18, 2011
  • I remember living in Hawaii and we never, ever made soup! Couldn’t bear it! This looks delish, though I admit I would find a way to put cream in it :) But nevertheless, I’ve been wanting to make a cream of broccoli or cream of asparagus soup!

    January 18, 2011
  • [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Enrica Wacho, Pamela. Pamela said: Cream of Asparagus #Soup for the Soul http://goo.gl/fb/nLkJc #cleaninspired #easyrecipe #glutenfree #recipes [...]

    January 18, 2011
  • Interesting find. 80 degrees??? Over here is soup weather! Gotta watch his opening…

    January 18, 2011

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