Gluten Free Soup Recipes

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Abraham Maslow quipped, “A first-rate soup is more creative than a second-rate painting.” This collection of five gluten free soup recipes is absolutely first-rate. Start your family and guests off with a culinary masterpiece of tomato, potato, okra, black bean or celery. When you sip a cup or bowl of soup, you’re actually taking a trip around the world in a spoon. The term “soup” originally hails from Sanskrit, one of the many languages of India. In that tongue, it translates to “good nutrition."

Nutrition is exactly what you’ll get with these hearty soups. Tomatoes and potatoes both carry a whopping 60% Recommended DailyAllowance of Vitamin D. Hippocrates wasn’t kidding around when he said, “Let thy food be thy medicine.” In the ancient Indian healing system of Ayurveda, garlic and onions are both recommended for heart disease and high blood pressure, among many other ailments. So invite your family and friends to join you in a bowl of soup. It’s big enough for everyone. 
Quick and Easy Tomato Basil Soup (Cold ala Gazpacho) (About.com) (DF, GF, SF, K, V, VG)
African Peanut Potato Stew (Fat Free Vegan) (DF, GF, SF, K, V, VG) 
Gumbo (Simply Gluten-Free) (DF, GF, SF, K, V, VG) 
Black Bean and Vegetable Kamikaze Cook Soup (Spark People) (DF, GF, SF, K, V, VG)  
Curried Cream of Celery Soup (Vegetarian Times) (DF, GF, SF, K, V, VG) 

Remember to visit our Recipe Index for more gluten free soup recipes. Bon appetit!

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