Everyday Wholesome Soup (book review and giveaway!)

It’s getting to be that time of year again – the time of year when hot soup goes a long way on cool autumn days! And with Kim Wilson’s Everyday Wholesome Soup you will be thoroughly prepared to battle those cold days with soups, stews, and chowders.

52 Soups, Stews, and Chowders

Yup, one for each week of the year. I am looking forward to using these recipes.

You already know I have my dinners covered, so I will be using these soups for lunch on days when I don’t have leftovers. Even though I make my own bread, I’ve been wanting to par down our consumption of carbs.

Wholesome soups, stews, and chowders is the perfect solution!

What’s Inside

I love how Everyday Wholesome Soup is organized by months of the year. No matter what month it is, you can find the perfect soup/stew/chowder for that time of year.

Not only that, but Kim also includes over thirty bonus recipes such as:

  • salads and dressings
  • dips, compliments and toppings
  • breads and other baked goods
  • burgers, patties, and other bean-based sides

I love how Kim includes introductions in her books (yes, you will be hearing about her other books from me as well!). She shares:

  • Why soups are so wonderful – easy, healthy, economical, easy to adjust flavors, and more…
  • What you can serve soup with – salad, veggies and dip, seasoned chickpeas, topped with sunflower sour cream, and more…
  • Soup tips – making a soup “starter,” what to do with leftovers, and more…
  • Seasonal availability of vegetables – in-season for Autumn includes carrots, beets, cabbage, kale, cauliflower, and more…

All recipes are indexed in the back, PLUS there is a category index included. If you are looking for veggie-based soups, or creamed/pureed soups, or maybe bean-based soups (or other options!), you will easily find what you are looking for.

Click here to view the table of contents for Everyday Wholesome Soup.

All recipes are vegetarian, as well as gluten- and dairy-free.

Vegetarian Cold Remedy Soup

Here is a recipe to get your taste buds watering and your stomach growling: Vegetarian Cold Remedy Soup.

Key ingredients: coconut butter, onions, garlic, thyme, turmeric, cayenne, kelp, and miso.

For more of Kim’s recipes, visit her Recipe Blog.

Enter to Win the “Everyday Wholesome Soup” cookbook by Kim Wilson

I will be using Rafflecopter for this giveaway. It makes it easier for me to set up, and for you to enter! The widget should be loaded by now, if you haven’t skipped anything I typed ;)

One winner will receive Kim Wilson’s”Everyday Wholesome Soup” book. Giveaway ends Monday, October 17th. Winner will be notified by e-mail and announced on this website.



Disclaimer: I received “Everyday Wholesome Soup” in exchange for an honest review. I am not an affiliate – although I would like to be :)

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Everyday Wholesome Soup (book review and giveaway!) — 27 Comments

  1. I am excited about this book cause I am a recent convert to real food diets and with soup season upon us I have to find new recipes to replace my old recipes!!!!

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