Best Plant Based Vegan Sabzi Soup

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This Plant Based Vegan soup recipe that is so filled with flavor that you will never forget it! Sabzi is a Persian dish that typically has meat but I have made a vegan version for you and also made it into a soup because that is what my family has really grown to love. They love it so much that they ask for it every week! Not only does it taste great but it is loaded with nutrition. Bonus!

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Eveline says:

Unfortunately I can't buy dried lime from my country (The Netherlands/ Europe) on Amazone. Is lime powder a good alternative? Thank you for the book😃

lynn bradley says:

I’ve made this soup several times it’s delicious one of our favorites I decided to try it again and when I got my bottle of dried lime it had hardened like a rock any tips to reconstitute it so I don’t waste didn’t have to buy another one

Paola Estrada says:

I am going to try this for dinner today. Will you be so kind to please share how many ounces of tomato paste that can is. I have tomato paste but the cans I have seem smaller than the one you used.
I love you recepies.

Robert Madden says:

Couldn't I just add fresh lime juice? If so how much you think? Thanks for the help.

Jon Sparano says:

Thank You for all your work ! Love your channel and your blog.

Maryannmay says:

Hi thank you for the lovey recipes but it would be really nice if we could see the end product instead of just a picture at the beginning.

Kim Sheets says:

On the website link for your recipe it says a jar of tomato paste how many ounces is that?

lynn bradley says:

OH MY that is so good!

lynn bradley says:

Tring it today

Melissa O'Brien says:

I made this recipe. It was delicious. However, sea salt needs to be added, otherwise it is too bland.

Marcia Ricksgers says:

I noticed you didn’t rinse the beans. Why/why not? Just found your channel, and I’ve been WFPB for a month now. Love this life!

lynn bradley says:

Can you tell me where you got your dried lime? Cant find it. Please

LisaR777 says:

I have a lot of parsley growing in my garden and didn't know what to do with it. This looks like a great recipe! I love all those ingredients, but I have never heard of dried limes. Cannot wait to go on a shopping expedition this weekend and find them at a Persian market. My new secret ingredient!

Joanne Mercader says:

Thank you for the overhead cooking view. I need it more than anybody else probably

Susan Jo S says:

I can't wait to make this! YUM!!!!

izeizei says:

Frantically looking up "dried lime" online…! Thank you!!!

selena essexpensacola says:

You are a new find for me. I love your easy to follow informative videos, thank you! I look forward to trying your recipes!

Nick says:

I was watching and it's late here and so I'm just thinking about sleep. But then….you did that thing you do where you taste it and go 'mmmm', and I said to myself "I'm making that soup." LOL ! Keep going Jill and Jeff! I love your show and what your trying to create for the world.

Daniel Jacobs says:

Just subscribed, trying this lifestyle after watching forks vs knives, love the emphasis on low oil in addition to plant based

timbemann says:

What's the red canister to the right of the half gallon mason jars?

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