This amazing carrot soup uses coconut milk for a smooth, creamy texture and outstanding flavor. Sweet carrots, zesty ginger, and exotic curry also make this flavorful soup a true delight. Serve it hot with bread for a meal, or serve it chilled as a simple yet elegant appetizer.
2-3 large carrots, chopped
1 onion, diced
1 tsp. fresh ginger, minced
1 ½ tsp. curry powder
1 ¾ cup vegetable broth
1 can (14 oz.) coconut milk
sea salt, to taste
shelled & toasted sunflower seeds, to taste
Simmer carrots, onions, ginger, and curry powder in vegetable broth for 20-25 minutes, until carrots are soft.
Allow to cool slightly, then puree in blender, working in batches if needed.
Return to heat and stir in coconut milk until well combined; sprinkle with toasted sunflower seeds and enjoy.
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A new study from Norway reveals that eating fruits and veggies helps preserve memory and other higher cognitive functions in the aging brain. Diets rich in fruits and vegetables, and low in meat and other animal products, have previously been shown to significantly reduce the risk of the top two killers, cardiovascular disease and cancer.
In this study, published in the current issue of the British Journal of Nutrition, more than 2,000 volunteers between the ages of 70 and 74 underwent extensive cognitive testing and evaluation of their dietary habits. Researchers noted that memory and other higher cognitive functions were significantly improved among volunteers who consumed the most fruits, vegetables, whole grain products, and mushrooms. Further study of dietary preferences revealed that cruciferous vegetables (e.g., broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, bok choy), carrots, citrus fruits, and whole-grain breads were the foods most closely associated with improved cognitive function.
Each year, more than 58 billion cows, pigs, turkeys, chickens and other sentient animals are abused and killed in the world’s farms and slaughterhouses. That’s more than 100,000 animals every minute.
Saturday, October 2nd is World Farm Animals Day, dedicated to raising awareness about the plight of these innocent animals. Caring people in 400 communities throughout all 50 U.S. states and a dozen other countries are confronting animal agribusiness by revealing the ways the industry manipulates government, institutions, and a well-meaning public in order to sell more of their cruel products.
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