This soup happened because of 3 reasons.First, I bought a purple cabbage the other day and after making the obligatory salad that I was craving, I started to wonder… what else can I use purple cabbage for? Second, it coincided with my best friend telling me that purple foods are not only high in antioxidants, but also very good for digestive health.She should now, she is a qualified nutritionist.
Then third, it’s soup & snuggle season here in Perth – cold and rainy and demanding of warming foods.So I started to wonder….Can purple cabbage soup happen? Can it actually be delicious? YES it can.
It definitely can.Now, I cannot have onion and garlic at the moment (*cue tiny violin*) so I did not use any for this recipe.While the soup is delicious without, if you’re friends with onion and garlic, please do use some.
I have a (not so vague) feeling that it will make it x10,000 better.In different news, I decided to put my book reviews on the blog as I received some private messages from some of you who don’t really use Instagram that much.I also love having everything stored safely here, my personal little (web)home There’s no extra effort involved on my part, so here goes.
My review of A Little Life by Yanagihara, in case you haven’t read it already.And if you have, I’d love to hear your thoughts on it.So this is a little life in a big book! 700+ pages to be precise.
I find the book so suited to our day and age.Our times are ridd