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Food blogger and yoga teacher Kasia Fraser specializes in healthy, delicious food with a flair for vegan and raw cuisine. Here Kasia shares a recipe for one of her favourite winter meals – beet soup a la Poland! Beets are a wonderful Ayurvedic winter food, due to their ability to cleanse the liver and rejuvenate the blood.
Beet soup a la Poland
2 organic beets with the leaves intact
1 organic potato
1 organic carrot
1 organic parsley root
1 small celery root
1/4 teaspoon ginger (optional)
3 tbsp of olive oil
half of a lemon, juiced
salt and pepper
Cut all veggies, and cook in the hot water with a bit of salt. Once soft, add olive oil, black pepper, and lemon juice.
Add chopped beet leaves and turn the heat off. Keep covered for 3-5 minutes.
Spoon into a bowl, and garnish with fresh dill! Enjoy with a spoonful of vegan yogurt and wheat-free warm toast.