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One Bread, One Soup, One Dinner

one bread one soup

Soup and bread make for a warm winter meal that can be both simple and nutritious. Soups can easily become a wholesome and filling meal, just by pairing them with some freshly baked bread. The combination of the two is also timeless.

There are so many health-conscious people who have some sort of bread phobia — you know who you are. You’re afraid of the starch content, or perhaps you don't like carbohydrates in general. You think it will make you fat. But don’t be afraid of bread, especially not bread you make yourself.

Focaccia with Beetroot and Parsnip Olive Soup

Focaccia with Beetroot and Parsnip Olive Soup

As physical as bread is — the way it’s so heavy and it brings you down to earth — there's also a spiritual component to that. Bread is incredibly filling and, after you finish a meal, you should feel nourished and satisfied.

Lentil Soup With Pita

Lentil Soup With Pita

I shared three very different breads from three parts of the world, each paired with a hearty winter soup in the magazine. I use a combination of legumes and vegetables that thrive during the cold months and are readily and easily available. It’s time to nourish your body and soul with these warm winter meals.

Get my recipe here for Kale Cabbage Soup with Rustic Pumpernickel Bread

Joy of Kosher Hanukkah Magazine

As seen in the Joy of Kosher with Jamie Geller Magazine

Chanukah 2013

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