Split Pea Vegan Slow Cooker Soup YUM-O

1 lb split peas (organic if possible)

1/4 cup of dry barley (optional)

10 c pure water

7 T Dry Vege Broth (I use unchicken) (bulk source at pHBB Links)

1 1/2 cups of diced carrots, stripped (I make them 1/4″ diced)

1 cup diced celery, stripped (same, 1/4″ diced)

4-5 red potatoes, stripped (same 1/4″ diced)

1 garlic clove smashed

2 T Oregano (my secret split pea ingredient)

2 Bay Leaves

1 large sweet white onion diced very small, as small as you can go without mincing

Instructions:

Prepare your broth first, or just pour into slow cooker if you purchased pre-made vege broth.

Rinse split peas, please pull out anything that doesn’t resemble a split pea.

Add everything else to the pot and cook overnight on low, or all day. If you need this soup in a hurry, you can either prepare on the stove, or set slow cooker to high for 5 hours.

At the end of cooking time I remove 1/2 of the soup, lumps and all, puree a part at a time or all at once in my Vitamix, and return to the pot, this will give a beautiful richness to your split pea soup!

Delicious!!

About Maralinehttp://www.pHBodyBalance.comMaraline is internationally recognized as a pH Body Balance and Nutritional Products Specialist, and has written many related articles, appears on radio and guest speaks at many events. "Small Changes That Make The Biggest Difference" in the quality of your life. AND...."Let's not "substitute" but let us "replace," with better tasting foods and drinks that are better for you, and most importantly, provide better results!" "Your body has intelligence, point it in the right direction, and YOU will follow!"

One thought on “Split Pea Vegan Slow Cooker Soup YUM-O

  1. I’m a vegetarian and it can be hard to find meatless slow cooker recipes. I am posting mine on my blog http://healthyslowcooking.wordpress.com. I have an apple split pea soup recipe that you might find interesting there.

    Note from Maraline – Kathy has some great recipes, remember you can always substitute fresh lime juice for vinegar, a little stevia with lemon juice for orange juice, etc. Don’t be afraid of traditional ingredients there are always tradeouts / shortcuts to alkalinity. And you can always email me questions about tradeouts as well!

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