Vegan milk soup

I think that a summer isn´t perfect without this filling fresh milky veggie soup. You can use everything you can find growing seasonally in your garden as most of the fresh vegetable-herb combinations taste great in that dish. Another great thing is that you can eat the soup cold or warm. It´s up to you. And it usually tastes even more delicious on the next day.

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Sugared mallow blossoms

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Common mallow(Malva sylvesteris)

It´s easy to make sugared petals but it adds a lot of colour and some extra floral vibes to your bakes. I used mallow flowers because that´s what blossomed near me at that time. You can aslo use other flowers:

  • Rosehip or rose(Rosa)
  • Johnny Jump up heartsease(Viola tricolor)
  • Daylili(Hemerocallis)
  • Pumpkin blossoms (Cucurbita pepo)
  • Garden phlox(Phlox paniculata)
  • Lemon-scented geranium(Pelargonium crispum),
  • Rose Geranium(Pelargonium graveolens)
  • Peppermint-scented geranium(Pelargonium Tomentosum)

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Easy vegan spelt-bread (sugar free)

Ancient grains spelt, einkorn and emmer have more nutrients in it and are supposedly easier to digest than modern “over bred modern grains.  Common wheat varieties are bred to have large grains and they need more fertilizers for growing. Due to that those varieties are genetically less diverse and prone to plant diseases.  Ancient varieties can grow in less fertile soils and demand less fertilizers.

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