Preview Photos From My Low Fat Vegan Comfort Soups To Keep You Warm Recipe Ebook

by on March 18, 2012

I’m REALLY excited about my new Comfort Soups To Keep You Warm recipe eBook. It’s actually going to be part of a series of many recipe eBooks (each containing 30+ recipes, tips and how to’s) later on.

Low Fat Vegan Oil Free Comfort Soups To Keep You Warm

I’ve spent over 3 months working on these recipes, testing them, making them for family and friends, photographing them and putting together this eBook. It’s a lot of work really. I had no idea just how much until now!

So while you may have thought I was just doing a few recipes here and there (which you’ve seen on my blog), I have actually been secretly hiding all of my BEST recipes on my computer!

You may have noticed there’s not a lot of low fat vegan soup recipes on my blog so far, but we’ve actually been eating oil free vegan soups almost every day for months!

I feel like I have actually perfected the art of designing and seasoning oil free vegan soups. From making my own oil-free homemade vegetable broth and fresh cooked beans to putting them together in soups that are 100% healthy AND delicious.

I’ve even tested them out on my parent’s omnivorous friends and they wouldn’t have realized they were oil-free or vegan, until I told them! All they wanted to know was where can they get more, and like right now!

I know you are going to love these soup recipes, there’s something for everyone and I took inspiration from cultures all over the world, including our world trip we did Β a year and a half ago.

Most of these vegan soup recipes are naturally gluten free, or gluten-free friendly, nut-free friendly and most of them are soy-free as well.

Let’s take a look at my delicious soup recipes now:

Low Fat Vegan Chef's Oil Free Mexican Black Bean Corn Soup

Mexican Black Bean Corn Soup

Low Fat Vegan Chef's Oil Free Kale White Bean Soup

Kale White Bean Soup

Low Fat Vegan Chef's Oil Free Tuscan Roasted Tomato Chickpea Soup

Tuscan Roasted Tomato Chickpea Soup

Low Fat Vegan Oil Free Roasted Garlic Cauliflower Soup

Roasted Garlic Cauliflower Soup

Low Fat Vegan Oil Free Red Wine Minestrone Soup

Red Wine Minestrone Soup

Low Fat Vegan Oil Free Roasted Butternut Squash Soup

Roasted Butternut Squash Soup With Garlic Croutons

Low Fat Vegan Oil Free Vietnamese Pho Noodle Soup

Vietnamese Vegan Pho (Noodle Soup)

Low Fat Vegan Chef's Oil Free Creamy Potato Corn Chowder

Creamy Potato Corn Chowder

Low Fat Vegan Chef's Oil Free Potimarron Carrot Soup

Potimarron (Red Kuri Squash) Carrot Soup

Low Fat Vegan Chef's Oil Free Just Like Chicken Noodle Soup

Just-Like "Chicken" Noodle Soup

Low Fat Vegan Chef's Oil Free Gourmet Cream Of Mushroom Soup

Gourmet Cream of Mushroom Soup

Low Fat Vegan Chef's Oil Free Spiced Indian Dal Soup

Indian Dal Soup

Low Fat Vegan Chef's Oil Free Cream of Asparagus Soup

Cream of Asparagus Soup

Low Fat Vegan Chef's Oil Free Yam Sweet Potato Chickpea Cabbage Soup

Yam Chickpea Cabbage Soup

Low Fat Vegan Chef's Oil Free Cream of Potato Leek Mushroom Soup

Potato Mushroom Leek Soup

Low Fat Vegan Chef's Oil Free Vegetable Bean Barley Soup

Vegetable Bean Barley Soup

Low Fat Vegan Chef's Oil Free Thai Pumpkin Soup

Thai Pumpkin Soup

Low Fat Vegan Chef's Oil Free Moroccan Chickpea Soup

Moroccan Chickpea Soup

Low Fat Vegan Chef's Oil Free Curried Carrot Leek Soup

Curried Carrot Leek Soup

Low Fat Vegan Chef's Oil Free Chinese Asian Vegetable Noodle Soup

Chinese Vegetable Noodle Soup

Low Fat Vegan Chef's Oil Free Cream of Artichoke Soup

Cream of Artichoke Soup

Low Fat Vegan Chef's Oil Free Split Pea Carrot Yam Sweet Potato Soup

Split Pea Carrot Yam (Sweet Potato) Soup

Low Fat Vegan Chef's Oil Free Greek Fasolada (White Bean) Soup

Greek Fasolada (White Bean) Soup

Low Fat Vegan Chef's Oil Free Cream Of Broccoli Soup

Cream of Broccoli Soup

This is just a sample of all the soups in the book, there are a few more, including 2 vegetable broth recipes and some bonus recipes you can use for sides and garnishes for the soups!

I have to say, it’s VERY difficult for me to choose a top favourite of all of these soups. I would eat them all again and again! After traveling all over the world, including Canada and the USA I can say that these recipes are MUCH MUCH better than the vegan soup offerings currently available at most restaurants. Most of the time their vegetable soups are rather watery and bland and need more seasonings and vegetables!

My soups are packed full of both vegetables and flavour that you will want to make these soups regularly as well. And who doesn’t love one pot meals with few dishes to clean up? I know I do!


Here’s How You Can Enter To Win A Copy Of My Low Fat Vegan Comfort Soups RecipeΒ eBook

The contest is now closed.

Simply comment on this post below and tell me which one or two soups you are the MOST excited to try and why and you’ll be entered to win! I will select from one of the comments below, so PLEASE make sure you put in your real name and a correct email address so I can contact you, should you be chosen. (These emails are viewable by myself only, no one else on the blog will have access to them.) The contest closes at Midnight EST Tues March 20 (9 PM PST the blog shows PST time stamps).

Comfort Soups To Keep You Warm is now available! Make sure you’re signed up to my newsletter to find out how you can get a copy and get a free special bonus for ordering during the launch.


{ 139 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Nancy Dangler June 10, 2012 at 11:29 PM


How do I order your book (not Ebook) for Low Fat Vegan Comfort Soup To Keep You Warm? I love you weekly recipes and have tried several of them with much success from my family so I am so anxious to have your Low Fat Vegan Comfort Soup book. I hope this is possible.


2 Low Fat Vegan Chef Veronica June 11, 2012 at 12:24 AM

Thank you! It’s only available digitally. It is not printed. But when you buy it you get a pdf version with photos, a pdf with no photos to print if desired, a Kindle version for Kindle and an epub version for other devices like Iphone or Ipad so you can view the ebook however you choose.


3 Ron Minler March 20, 2012 at 9:02 PM

I’d love to prepare and taste the Creamy Potato Corn Chowder and Cream of Broccoli Soup. I love cooking all sorts of vegan and oil free soups and stews. I would also like to purchase the book if I’m not the winner as I do all the cooking in our home.
Thanks kindly,


4 Deborah Franzen March 20, 2012 at 7:40 PM

just 2? how to choose they all look so yummy! I guess 1st I’d have to pick the Just-Like “Chicken” Noodle Soup and then the Vietnamese Vegan Pho (Noodle Soup). the just like chicken noodle soup because I’d like to introduce vegan meals to my nieces and nephew and think this is one they’d be willing to try. then the Vietnamese Vegan Pho Noodle soup looks so devine… and I think since my hubby LOVES Asian food and veges so I’m pretty sure it a meal we can enjoy together. Plus I need to get more vegetables in my diet & it looks like a good start.


5 Rosalie Covello March 20, 2012 at 6:52 PM

Hi Veronica,
I love the look of all your soups and want to try everyone even if I have made similar ones in the past. The two I like the most to try are Vietnamese Vegan Pho (Noodle soup) and Thai Pumpkin soup. You can’t swing a cat without hitting a Vietnamese Restaurant in the bay area (San Francisco, CA), but I have to walk away as they never have any items without meat generally speaking. It would be so wonderful for me to try this PHO soup and feel like I’ve actually tasted something Vietnamese. As for Thai Pumpkin Soup, I love many items on the menu at Thai restaurants but their soups and some dishes never quite make the mark. I love the green curry flavors of Thai food and pumpkin, plus everything vegetable. I am just a big lover of soup and could eat it everyday. Having your cookbook will help me have a different soup every day!!! Good luck on your marketing. Can’t wait to see it in the bookstores and thank you so much for doing a cookbook like this. thank you thank you thank you, rosalie.


6 Mary in AR March 20, 2012 at 5:16 PM

What amazing recipes. I’d have to start with theVegan Vietnamese Pho, as it reminds me of one we used to enjoy in Des Moines many years ago. I was recently online looking for such a recipe and here you are! Is there information on how to order this ebook? I’m so glad to have found you.


7 Veronica March 20, 2012 at 5:33 PM

The ebook goes on sale next week


8 Tine March 20, 2012 at 2:32 PM

Well, I had high hopes, and then…they were surpassed. Everyone of of them looked good. Nah, positively mouthwatering! I really looked closely at the Mexican Black Bean Corn Soup, and then The Kale White Bean Soup, the Tuscan Roasted Tomato Chickpea Soup, the …. – I’m sure you get my drift. It was somewhat impossible to choose a favourite as each one looked so yummy. It looks as if most of the ingredients will be available here in the UK. As it is always rather damp here a warming soup as the evening meal is just “the ticket”. Being physically disabled, I learned the value of eating raw and wholesome. However, one does get a little bored, and a fresh lot of tasty recipes are just what is needed. Truthfully, I would love to win. Chances are anyone’s guess. However, I honestly think we are already winners as we are the lucky ones to be on your “radar”.


9 Ildiko March 20, 2012 at 1:22 PM

Wow, Veronica,
it is really, really hard to choose the 2 I would like to try the most… everything looks amazing!
But, if I would really have to choose, here is what I would pick: Tuscan Roasted Tomato Chickpea Soup and Thai Pumpkin soup.
I would love to delight my family with these amazing soups, especially since we are eating low-fat vegan and those are the flavors we love the most.
Congrats on this great project!


10 Susan March 20, 2012 at 12:45 PM

I would love to try the yam chickpea cabbage soup. These are three of my favorite things. Also the just like chicken noodle soup sounds comforting for a day when you are feeling down with a cold or just cold weather. I might just get my husband to eat some low -fat vegan with these recipes. He loves flavorful soups.


11 Dolores March 20, 2012 at 12:15 PM

I am very interested in the Mexican Black Bean Corn Soup just for some “south of the border” flavor. Also the Moroccan Chickpea Soup sounds like it might have some “zip” to it with flavor to it. After reading your husband’s book “Controversies” and how he yearned for some substantial food, I understand what he meant. Juices and smoothies are fantastic, but then you want something with “meat” or substance, your soups look like they might do the trick. The Tuscan Roasted Tomato Chickpea Soup also sounds like it would have some real flavor. I need the juices and smoothies for my situation, but I really yearn for something that tastes good! (not just vegetablish).
You both have contributed a lot to the world!!
Glad that you had the courage to do all this.


12 Veronica March 20, 2012 at 12:56 PM

Thank you so much Dolores. I’m so happy to share these with you. πŸ™‚


13 DARL March 20, 2012 at 11:52 AM

It will be a pleasure to try your Roasted Garlic Cauliflower Soup & Gourmet Cream of Mushroom from your book Comfort soups to Keep you Warm.
Thanks Darl


14 Rev Bob Vance March 20, 2012 at 11:47 AM

WOW!!! What an array of delicious looking soups you will have in your new book. It was quite a task to pick out several as you asked. Here are three I would very much enJOY! The first is Tuscan Roasted Tomato Chickpea, then, Yam Chickpea Cabbage, with Kale White Bean coming in third.
I would have loved being one of those who got to sample the soups as you were putting them together. If you choose my name, I’ll get to enJOY A L L of them.


15 Valerie March 20, 2012 at 9:38 AM

Wow, your soup recipes look enticing. I am so glad you created a cooked food recipe book as well as your raw food recipe book. Thank you! The gourmet cream of mushroom and the yam chickpea cabbage soup look like the first soups that I would like
to try because mushrooms are my special treat and the other one has ingredients I almost always have on hand.


16 Kristy March 20, 2012 at 7:04 AM

The “Just like Chicken noodle soup” looks so great! I would love to try that one cuz it reminds me of when I was a little girl, also the “Chinese noodle soup” looks so authentic and reminds me when I was in Hong Kong! Would love to give that one a go for sure!
Thanks Veronica!!


17 Kelly Chaffee March 20, 2012 at 6:36 AM

The cream of broccoli looks truly creamy and delicous, and the just like chicken noodle soup my husband & son would love to try. My husband grew up on Cambell’s:)
Everything looks yummy!


18 Frannie March 20, 2012 at 6:35 AM

Almost chicken noodle soup! Memories of my childhood!


19 Cat blais March 20, 2012 at 5:32 AM

Moroccan Chickpea & Greek Fasolada sound wonderful..but they all do!


20 L. March 20, 2012 at 5:22 AM

Great photos of your new warming soups. I think would like the Moroccan Chickpea and the Indian Dal soups.


21 elizabeth lennard March 20, 2012 at 2:25 AM

All the soups look so delicious, just what I need for our winter months,
and to stay 100% healthy. All look so yummy to me, and I can’t wait to try them,

Thank you Veronica.



22 Marina March 19, 2012 at 11:37 PM

All very interesting! I would have tried everything ready, and in the first place Cream of Brocoli Soup (very much like broccoli) and Greek Fasolada (White Bean) Soup .


23 Marina March 19, 2012 at 11:34 PM

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24 jackie March 19, 2012 at 9:47 PM

This is a tough decision…there are too many that I would LOVE to try. I guess I’ll pick vegetable bean barley, since I used to make a Beef Bean Barley soup which used to be delicious back when I was eating meat, so a substitute recipe would be great.


25 Nadine Hanks March 19, 2012 at 9:12 PM

I am excited to try the split pea carrot yam soup. I would love to have your new cookbook. Good Luck!!!!


26 Ann Hyland March 19, 2012 at 8:40 PM

Experiencing technical difficulties with your site… Broccoli soup because I have yet to meet a raw vegan broccoli soup that is authentic and cheesy-ish. “Chicken” Noodle soup because although I have never been a fan of chicken, I appreciated the family sentiment of making chicken noodle soup with noodles and vegetables for me when I was feeling down. My Aunt Dot has a way of nurturing you with her food, if only I could get her to make it raw vegan….


27 Veronica March 19, 2012 at 8:56 PM

What technical difficulties?


28 Cynthia Phillips March 19, 2012 at 8:30 PM

it’s really hard to make a choice. I really liked the looks of the Curried Carrot Leek soup, Vegetable Bean Barley and the Roasted butternut. A couple of others but those 3 were my favorites.


29 Anita March 19, 2012 at 7:46 PM

I’ve enjoyed every one of your recipes I’ve tried so far (from the Savory Raw Dinner Recipes dvd) so I am looking forward to buying your soup recipe book, ’cause I know it will be worth every penny : )


30 Veronica March 19, 2012 at 8:20 PM

Thanks Anita! That’s so nice to hear. These soups are so delicious, you’re going to love them too.


31 Carole March 19, 2012 at 7:15 PM

They all look great but if I had to choose one, it will be Vietnamese Vegan Pho


32 Willet Oeschger March 19, 2012 at 7:11 PM

They all look great!! My first two choices would be ROASTED GARLIC CAULIFLOWER SOUP (is that purslane on top?) and KALE WHITE BEAN SOUP.
I have been mostly raw vegan for 12 years and I love raw and cooked soups.
Have a blessed day. Willet


33 Veronica March 19, 2012 at 7:43 PM

No it’s fresh Thyme πŸ™‚


34 Carterlin March 19, 2012 at 7:11 PM

So excited for your potato chowder and chicken noodle soup recipes because it looks like the kind of vegan recipe my mom would try for my little siblings. My siblings–a thirteen year old boy and fifteen year old girl–just completed their first day of a week vegan challenge (their idea!) after I have been vegan a year. My brother even proposed a week of low fat raw vegan like I am now, but I thought that might be way too radical a jump all at once. So I will be helping them this week to make easy vegan snacks and lunches (lots of fruit for breakfast!), and my mom is being a dear to try new vegan dinners. Your soup recipes would be perfect for them because we live in chilly Michigan (which, I’m sure you understand, living part time in Canada!). Not to mention my newly wed sister who is slowly looking into vegan recipes herself (I’m so blessed to have such a large and open-minded family; there are 8 of us–a lot for me to influence!)

Thank you, Veronica


35 Veronica March 19, 2012 at 7:47 PM

That sounds great! I’m glad your family is enjoying some vegan food. That’s so cool


36 Sharon March 19, 2012 at 6:55 PM

To be perfectly honest I thought “soups, they’ve all been done already, kinda boring”. was I ever surprised to see all the yummy looking and unique flavour combinations… and all vegan, wow!! it would be hard to choose but I’ll say “the Split Pea Carrot Yam Soup, Creamy Potato Corn Chowder, Just-Like “Chicken” Noodle Soup, Thai Pumpkin Soup… there would be more but these look absolutely wonderful!!!
and “winning the ebook would also be too cool”


37 Joy March 19, 2012 at 6:48 PM

The pictures look so yummy I can almost taste them! It was hard to pick one but the one I know I want to try first is the Split pea carrot yam. The second would be the mexican black bean corn soup. I am salivating just thinking about it. Can’t wait to try all of them.
Thank You for doing all the creating and testing for us.


38 Dave March 19, 2012 at 6:47 PM

Looking forward to my death and subsequent cryogenic freezing of my head in a vat of roasted butternut squash..


39 David March 19, 2012 at 6:09 PM

I’d love to taste the Moroccan Chickpea Soup. I have a friend that traveled to Morocco and cooked up some delicious dishes. The flavors are wonderful. I’ve tasted Indian foods, and love all the spices and the antioxidants that they provide, but Morocco is a whole new world of flavor. I can’t wait to try this dish.


40 Jennifer March 19, 2012 at 5:57 PM

MMM I loves soup! I think I would first try the Indian Dal and the Vietnemese Pho as they both look wonderful!


41 Meena Sharma March 19, 2012 at 5:40 PM

Hi Veronica,

Thank you so so much for creating this low fat vegan soup book. The pictures look delicious and tempting. I would love to make the Mexican black bean soup and the Greek fasolada soup. They look like complete meals and would taste so unique. Truly it is hard to pick just two. I am dying to get this book so that I can run away from all the same stereotype soups that I have been making. I am hoping to replace my rice and bean lunch with some of your bean soups. With your style, I am sure you would make preparation of these soups as easy as it could be. I am also excited that you have included the different tastes around the world. So best of luck and thank you, for taking this effort for all your readers.


42 Veronica March 19, 2012 at 6:48 PM

Thank you so much! You’re going to love them!


43 Joanne M March 19, 2012 at 5:40 PM

Vietnamese Pho is number one. “Just like Chicken” Noodle soup is number two. Very hard to choose. I love, love, love soups. Can’t wait to try your recipes. Soup is the easiest way to cook for non-veg friends. Who doesn’t like soup? In fact–I’d be downright suspicious of a soup hater!


44 Veronica March 19, 2012 at 6:47 PM

That’s hilarious! Suspicious soup haters. Haha


45 James March 19, 2012 at 5:33 PM

Looks great, Veronica. Can’t wait to try the Pho and the Chinese vegetable soups. The Greek and the Just-like Chicken look delicious too.


46 Jessica Cesar March 19, 2012 at 5:30 PM

Hello Victoria!
I have been following you for a while now and I absolutely LOVE the recipes in your “Savory Raw Dinner Recipes” book. My favorite soup in your upcoming book is the Split Pea Carrot Yam Soup. Sounds absolutely delicious! I can’t wait to see more of your recipes. πŸ™‚



47 Veronica March 19, 2012 at 6:04 PM

HI Jessica, It’s Veronica, not Victoria.


48 Claire Durand March 19, 2012 at 5:15 PM

Bravo Veronica for your book on comfort soups. I look at all the photographs and the soup that appealled me strongly was the Split Pea Carrot Yam Soup. That is the one I would try at first. I know for sure that the texture of cooked yam is creamy and I love its taste. I read also that yam is a preferred choice over the potato, because it is packed with minerals and vitamins.

Your hard work must have brought you joy and the result is there… see how many are giving their comments here. Not only the photos gives us the “coup de pouce” to try them, but I must add that I would not have made a better choice for the cover of your book : I LOVE IT !


49 Veronica March 19, 2012 at 6:52 PM

Thank you! Our designer is a close friend and I just sent him some pictures and let him get creative with it. I think it’s amazing too.


50 Linda March 19, 2012 at 5:12 PM

Will mine look as good as your pictures!!! so awesome.
Indian dal and moroccan chick pea…no yam chickpea cabbage and thai pumpkin… Tough decision!
thank -you for saving us time!


51 Jelle ( March 19, 2012 at 5:12 PM

Kale White Bean Soup and Vegetable Bean Barley Soup looks very delicious and interesting to try. I am lfrv, but occasionally I like to make a good soup and they better be good then so I would love to win the ebook πŸ˜‰ Thank you Veronica!


52 Lourdes March 19, 2012 at 5:04 PM

When you started doing recΓ¬pes, I thought, but what else is there to do? So many recipe books out there already. But I am simply blown away by the delicious, beautiful, varied, and different recipes you are coming up with. Not to mention that the photos are luscious and your instructions are friendly, fun, intuitive, and smart. I am genuinely very impressed. And this Comfort Soup recipe is destined to be a blockbuster hit. You have a talent for defining the exact thing that people want and aren’t getting! You truly have a gift for this. I have been forwarding your emails like crazy. (By the way, curried carrot leek + Moroccan chickpea).


53 Rob March 19, 2012 at 4:57 PM

Sorry Veronica, your contest is impossibly difficult, especially because I haven’t been this excited in decades. However, in the spirit of contest, I have decided to award my votes for what excited me most visually. They are “Roasted Garlic Cauliflower Soup” and “Roasted Butternut Squash Soup with Garlic Croutons”. They look absolutely stunning and I know you worked hard on these as you would have done on all the shots. Now… stop teasing us and publish, damnit!


54 Louise March 19, 2012 at 4:19 PM

Hi Veronica,
All these soups look so delicious! I think I will try them all. It will be an easy way of cooking for myself.

Congratulations for your successful project. Hope to get to meet you again in Montreal.

Louise from Mirabel.


55 karen gardineer March 19, 2012 at 4:09 PM

They all look amazing! I tried your refrigerator soup and Fat Free Vegan Eggplant Chickpea Indian Curry With Fire Roasted Tomatoes which was delicious. I think the Potato corn soup and the Tomato chickpea soup would be the ones I would choose if I had to choose. Love and Peace Karen


56 Holly Coffman March 19, 2012 at 3:57 PM

Wow! and WOW!… I am super jazzed about this soup book CAN’T WAIT!!
I love the look of the Vegetable Bean & Barley Soup, because I really like the texture of barley and have really missed it in my diet, and the second soup I want to taste is, Just-Like “Chicken” Noodle Soup, I have missed the taste of a soup with noodles and “chicken”, but mostly I can’t wait to serve it to friends… Woohoo!. I’m excited to add these soup recipes to our” mostly- raw -food & healthy-cooked-food” diet. Thank you so much for creating super healthy cooked recipes. Winning this book would be AWESOME!


57 Veronica March 19, 2012 at 3:59 PM

Thank you Holly! I’m really excited to offer these soups to everyone as well. πŸ™‚ They’re so delicious!


58 Laura March 19, 2012 at 3:56 PM

Living in the southwest-the mexican black bean corn soup and the tuscan roasted tomato chickpea soup and today they all look very good since we have had a winter storm blow through the Arizona southwest and it is just too cold today. Really like black beans and pinto beans. Could you substitute the black beans for pinto beans or also add them in with the black beans??


59 Veronica March 19, 2012 at 3:58 PM

You could add some pinto beans to the black beans if you like. I don’t know that I would like the taste of pinto beans instead of black beans as it may taste more like refried beans and pinto beans can be more pasty and dry. If using fresh cooked it would turn out better than canned though.


60 Carissa Moore March 19, 2012 at 3:50 PM

Oh my! My mouth is watering-great pics! I am dying to try the vegan vietnamese
Pho-looks sooo healthy and yummy!


61 Jim Brown March 19, 2012 at 3:35 PM

I look forward to the release of this book.
Good Luck


62 Tammy Schnekenburger March 19, 2012 at 3:22 PM

Very much looking forward to this book! I’m most interested in the ‘Thai Pumpkin’ and ‘Curried Carrot’ recipes. They sound delicious and warming. Honestly the title of your book is what really caught my attention. I have an allergy to the cold (Cold Urticaria). Staying warm is very important for me and eating raw and drinking green smoothies all the time makes that difficult. I always crave my comfort food -soup!


63 Veronica March 19, 2012 at 3:15 PM

I’m glad everyone is finding something that intrigues them that they want to try. I wanted to make a large variety of soups so there was a comfort food for every person and new recipes that they had never heard of before that they would be able to make.


64 Nancy March 19, 2012 at 3:11 PM

It is hard to just pick two – they all look so good. But I guess I will go for Just like Chicken Noodle Soup and Split Carrot Yam soup.


65 Connie March 19, 2012 at 2:46 PM

How can I pick just one?? I have 9 on my list already. There would be more except my husband is not fond of curry (I love it) and I am preparing food for both of us. Right off hand, the gourmet cream of mushroom and the roasted garlic cauliflower look yummy. But, so is the cream of asparagus soup and the potato mushroom leek. Contest…no contest….just tell me how I can order them all!! Have had many medical issues eating the “other” way. Now it’s time to eat the delicious unprocessed food that will keep this mother and grandmother healthy and well and able to watch her family thrive over the years.


66 Veronica March 19, 2012 at 2:52 PM

That sounds awesome Connie. So happy for you to be enjoying eating a healthier whole food diet. The book will be released very soon!


67 audrey carlson March 19, 2012 at 2:41 PM

Veronica, You have captured the essence of food as medicine ! The soups not only look absolutely delicious but reflect edible art . I can’t wait to taste and savor the explosion of flavors you have created. Congrats! Wishes to you for continued health and healing . Audrey….. I am all about split pea carrot yam….


68 Gina March 19, 2012 at 2:40 PM

All of these soups look so delicious that I really had a hard time picking one or two favorites. But finally my personal winners are Cream of Artichoke Soup and Gourmet Cream of Mushroom Soup. I love the texture of such creamy soups and I love mushrooms. When it comes to artichokes they are not very widespread here in Germany, where I live. Most people don’t even know how they taste and what to use them for in their meals. This is why I only enjoy them on rare occasions although I really love them. This soup therefore is a great opportunity to feast on them once again…


69 Veronica March 19, 2012 at 2:54 PM

Are you able to get frozen artichoke hearts, or canned artichokes (in water, not oil)? I have been to Berlin and Munich, but at the time was not looking for Artichokes, so I cannot say where to get them. They are new to me recently, but I really like the flavour. Very distinct like asparagus is. πŸ™‚


70 Rachel March 19, 2012 at 2:27 PM

They all look absolutely scrumptious but I would love to try the Mexican Black Bean Corn Soup and the Just Like Chicken Noodle Soup specifically for my husband who is just starting a vegan diet and is trying to learn how to enjoy beans!!! And he really misses his chicken….. Also I am pretty helpless and hopeless when it comes to making soup and I need all the help I can get πŸ™‚


71 Veronica March 19, 2012 at 2:55 PM

There are LOTS and lots of instructions, tips and what not to do’s in this book. I am making it for everyone, including those who have never stepped foot into a kitchen so everyone will be able to learn how to start cooking from scratch including soups. And then it has instructions for those wanting to cook their own broth and dried beans from scratch so they can graduate into cooking even more from scratch recipes.


72 Valerie March 19, 2012 at 2:24 PM

Wow! They all look amazing.
I guess I’m really excited about the Kale and White Bean soup and the Moroccan Chickpea.


73 Carol Yeazell March 19, 2012 at 2:23 PM

The Potimarron (Red Kuri Squash) Carrot Soup looks so yummy. It was hard to choose just one. Can’t wait for the book.


74 Jerri D. March 19, 2012 at 2:21 PM

The Vietnamese Vegan Pho (Noodle Soup) looks so elegant with the entire stalk of greens. All of your recipes look beautiful and most importantly healthy. I would love to win the free e-book. Thanks for the consideration.


75 Evelyn March 19, 2012 at 2:11 PM

They all look delicious, but the Gourmet Cream of Mushroom Soup and the Potato Leek Mushroom Soup would be my favorites, because I love mushrooms.


76 Amanda Fallin March 19, 2012 at 8:38 PM

They soups look absolutely wonderful! Great presentation! Can’t wait to make the Vietnames Vegan Pho!


77 Lili March 19, 2012 at 8:26 PM

Vietnamese vegan pho and cream of mushroom soup! I can’t wait to try them!


78 Joan E Russell March 19, 2012 at 8:16 PM

The Moroccan Chick Pea Soup and Thai Pumpkin Soup look interesting for me to try – they all look great, but since I had to choose 2, those are the ones I chose! Thank you for considering me for a free ebook.

Thanks again,



79 Carla March 19, 2012 at 8:03 PM

Hi Veronica,
I have been absolutely amazed by your recipes.
There is so much variety & these soups are no exception.
I think that I’d like to try the Split pea, Carrot & Yam +
Chinese Vegetables.
They would definitely keep me warm here in the UK.


80 Ashley Hermann March 19, 2012 at 8:00 PM

Cream of artichoke looks amazing!! I will buy the book even if I don’t win one. πŸ™‚


81 Lucy March 19, 2012 at 7:54 PM

I’m interested in the Tuscan Roasted Tomato Chickpea Soup and the Thai Pumpkin Soup.

Pumpkin soup is divine and with the extra thai flavours, just gorgeous. A good vegan recipe of this wonderful soup? Can’t wait.

And you can’t go past a good classic tomato soup recipe. With the chickpeas, a filling winter wamer. Yum


82 Christy March 19, 2012 at 7:48 PM

Wow, I want to try them all! I would especially love to try the Tuscan Roasted Tomato Chickpea soup (because I love tomatoes, chickpeas, and almost all things Italian) and the Vietnamese Vegan Pho soup (because I’ve never had any version of it, but it looks really good). Congrats on getting your book done!


83 LAURA March 19, 2012 at 7:39 PM




84 Irma Hernandez March 19, 2012 at 7:33 PM

I love soups! I’d like to try them all, but if I had to pick I’ll say the Chinese Vegetable Noodle Soup and the Cream Of Artichoke, I love artichokes! Can’t wait!


85 vinda March 19, 2012 at 7:29 PM

Vegetable Bean Barley Soup and the Cream of Broccoli Soup!!! I could crawl right into the screen and slurp them up!!! My kids are mostly grown up and I’m starting to train for half marathons and these look VERY sustaining and yummy!! Please pick me to win your wonderful book!!


86 Kimmi March 19, 2012 at 7:11 PM

My first reaction was that I wanted to try the Mexican Black Bean soup… probably because it’s the very first one! Then all the rest of the photos looked equally amazing and delicious. Great job! I like that the mexican soup looks so hearty, like chili. My second favorite soup (if I HAD to choose just one) would be the last one, the cream of broccoli. I’ve never been able to make a vegan version that delighted me as much as the original (which has always been one of my favorite soups)… but I have full faith after trying some of your other recipes over the past few weeks, that yours will be amazing. Can’t wait to try these! Thanks for the opportunity to win πŸ™‚


87 Joelle March 19, 2012 at 7:10 PM

Moroccan Chickpea and Thai Pumpkin AND the Chinese Vegetable because I like to try other country’s flavors! We hardly ever make anything that is so called American; I guess cuz it’s like, “been there, done that” = )


88 catherine Forest March 19, 2012 at 7:05 PM

Yum! I can’t wait to try the tucan roasted tomatoes and chickpea soup because I lived in Tuscany for a while and LOVED that soup (however it was full of olive oil!), as well as the split pea soup because I LOVED my mom’s version (that is NOT vegetarian!). Sooo exciting, Veronica!


89 Julia Markus March 19, 2012 at 6:56 PM

I would like to try your “Just-like Chicken noodle soup” because that is what I miss the most from my “cooked” days and from childhood memories.
I would also like to try your Greek Fasolada Soup because I have never ever had a greek soup before.
I live in Canada so I would love to have your book as I need warming foods in the winter time.


90 Dawn March 19, 2012 at 6:54 PM

Veronica these pictures are so yummy! Once again, thank you for your excellent recipes and encouragement that I get…giving me more fun and easy ways to choose vegan foods that are both delicious and low in fat. They all look awesome!!! The Split Pea Carrot Yam Soup intrigues me and the Creamy Potato Corn Soup makes my mouth water thinking of the crunchy corn πŸ™‚ I certainly want to try all of your recipes!!!


91 Suzy Hein March 19, 2012 at 6:52 PM

They all look amazing and I will be buying the book regardless! It is a toss-up for me between the corn and potato chowder and the cream of asparagus!!!


92 Diane Maugeri March 19, 2012 at 6:51 PM

The photos were well done and all your soups look very delicious. However, I can hardly wait to try the Just like chicken noodle soup. It looks like the real thing in the picture. The other soup that interests my palette is the Yam Chickpea and Cabbage soup. I want to discover your seasoning secrets. Soup has always been my favorite
meal for many reasons. So I would definitely appreciate and use your new soup
recipes. Oh, did I mention, my husband loves homemade soup too!!!


93 Khaya March 19, 2012 at 6:50 PM

Tuscan Roasted Tomato Chickpea Soup and Kale White Bean Soup are the two I’m most excited about, although there are so many that excite me because I love soups in the winter time and I’m always looking for more recipes. The reason I’m especially interested in the two above is because I’m always looking for something different to do with my beans. I have one or two basic recipes for each type of bean and I’m looking for some variety. Can’t wait to try these! Thanks so much!


94 Stephanie Bourdeau March 19, 2012 at 6:39 PM

The 2 soups: I’m most excited to try are Thai Pumpkin Soup and
Mexican Black Bean Corn Soup. : ) They just look so beautiful to eat. I just can’t wait!


95 Delphine March 19, 2012 at 6:39 PM

I already make a lot of my own bean soup, most of them curried. But I would love to try some of your other soups like the Chinese soup and Greek Fasolada. All your dishes look healhy, delcious and yummy. Can’t wait to try some of your receipes. You’re so creative.


96 giselle March 19, 2012 at 6:39 PM

Everything looks so delicious & I want to try every single one of them .I want this book for my sister, I am trying to get her & her family off animal products & since she is such a great cook I know she will make all of them for her & her family. Of course she will invite me to try it also. She loves soups & she always likes to experiment with something new. I am so excited I hope i win.
Giselle cioraru


97 Christina March 19, 2012 at 6:35 PM

Wow! They all look so good! πŸ™‚ Making me hungry….I’d love to see how you do the cream of broccoli soup and the other cream soups…what do you use to make them creamy?

Also the Thai Pumpkin! I love thai food and I’m always looking for recipes:) πŸ™‚

Thanks I can’t wait to get to try a recipe!



98 Armando Moran March 19, 2012 at 6:34 PM

My favorites are the cream of broccoli and the cream of cauliflower.


99 Gail March 19, 2012 at 7:11 PM

The soups all look wonderful, Veronica. I’ll be making the potato and corn, pumpkin and almost-Chicken-noodle soups first since we have some pre-schoolers here who are very suspicious of vegetables. At present they like only smooth soups but they will try things with noodles in them. Then I’ll see what else I can get them to try. I’m looking forward to trying them all!


100 echo March 19, 2012 at 6:34 PM

… delightful pictures and they truly allow the soup to shine! Your book has all the makings of a Best Seller – well done and keep up the good work.
… the two recipes that I would love to try are: Thai Pumpkin Soup and Curried Carrot Leek Soup. I love the earthiness of pumpkin and paring it with the flavours from Thailand should be taste bud heaven. Carrot and Leek, more favourites of mine with a subtle curry, can only be wonderful!


101 Sara March 19, 2012 at 6:29 PM

The soups look wonderful. Hard to choose which one looks most interesting. But my vote goes for the Roasted Garlic Cauliflower Soup. I have made some cauliflower soup this winter and would love to try new recipes. The Vegetable Bean and Barley also looks great for a whole meal.


102 andrea March 19, 2012 at 6:21 PM

those soup pictures look SO good. i’m especially excited to try the Tuscan Roasted Tomato Chickpea Soup and the just like chicken noodle soup. Yum!


103 Melissa March 19, 2012 at 6:19 PM

Wow! These all look great. I am most looking forward to trying the Gourmet Cream of Mushroom Soup. I just love mushrooms and I have yet to find a vegan cream of mushroom soup recipe that I really like.


104 Joe Gonzales March 19, 2012 at 6:11 PM

Not everyone can eat raw vegan. But there is always alternative vegan food.

Thanks ,Veronica, for producing this wonderful book. I am sure this can always be a start for new vegans. I am sure that pumpkin soup is a great thing to try, and so are all wonderful soups in the book.


105 Gloria Stevens March 19, 2012 at 5:50 PM

My mouth is watering looking at your photos of these beautiful soups. I love tomato soup and my husband’s favorite is cream of mushroom. That is why I have chosen the
Tuscan tomato chickpea and cream of mushroom soups.
I am currently on a juice feast so I would have to wait a little while to try a soup but my husband is a meat and potatoes type guy. I am trying to get him to eat healthy. I think that the cream of mushroom soup would do the trick. If I could show him that it is possible for food to taste good and be healthy he just might try it. I knowi will.


106 Sheila Sullivan March 19, 2012 at 5:49 PM

LOVE LOVE all your pics of the soups!! I want to try them all but especially the artichoke one. It sounds so inventive!!


107 Diana March 19, 2012 at 5:45 PM

All the soups look amazing! I want to try them all. I would start with the Gourmet Cream of Mushroom Soup, and then the Vietnamese Vegan Pho for my daughter. Yum!


108 Trina Southe March 19, 2012 at 5:42 PM

I am so excited about your recipes. The chicken noodle is especially enticing! I would have never thought you could do a vegan chicken noodle soup and it looks just like the original!!! This would really help my family to eat healthier, as they love chicken noodle soup!!! I am also intrigued by the garlic cauliflower soup. It just sounds so different and yummy to boot! Thanks for all of the wonderful recipes you do!!!! Trina


109 norman m wll March 19, 2012 at 5:41 PM

hi, my first choice would be kale white bean soup as i like both of these. being 75 and living alone i eat many soups. your mexican black bean corn soup would be my second choice , as i don’t know much about how to season, especially black beans. help! thanks norman


110 garyp March 19, 2012 at 5:39 PM

I can see why it would be hard to pick a favorite, all my favorites are there as well! My two picks are the Moroccan Chickpea and the Indian Dal soups. I tend towards the exotic. Keep up the great work. All the photos are mouth-watering.


111 Kamalla Garnier March 19, 2012 at 5:39 PM

I’d love to be able to try the Indian Dal Soup & the Gourmet Cream of Mushroom Soup, because they look so delicious but their conventional counterparts are so oily. I’d love to be able to know how to make them in a low-fat healthy version that tastes great that I can enjoy & also share with my family. THANKS!!! πŸ™‚


112 Marina March 19, 2012 at 5:35 PM

Hello Veronica!

First thing first, all of these soups look ABS amazing!
Thanks to Kevin and AnnMarie Gianni, I was introduced to your husband’s website which I couldn’t ‘put down’ (so to speak). Almost immediately, I ordered “Raw Food Controversies” via Kindle (hard copy would take forever to reach me considering that I’m in Eastern Europe) and read it w/in a couple of days. Never before have I thought of going on 80/10/10 and ever since I’ve incorporated it, my health and my mood have soared.
But finding great recipes (w/ ingredients that I can purchase around here) has been a bit of challenge. Since I L.O.V.E. every recipe that features mushrooms and chickpeas, it was really hard to make my top 2 but they are ‘gourmet cream of mushrooms soup’ & ‘Moroccan chickpea soup’. Usually, creamy soups of any kind usually feature tons of nuts, so I’m super curious how you came up w/ low fat recipe. And one of the countries that I’d abs love to visit in my lifetime is Morocco, hence the soup would be a great introduction to such a vibrant culture and cuisine but w/ much healthier approach.
It’d be forever grateful if you pick me as a winner cause I could make these recipes not only for myself but for my meat-and-potatoes-is-the-perfect-diet friends, coworkers, etc. who always give me strange looks and overwhelm me w/ questions regarding my meals (which has only made me eat either before everyone or after everyone’s finished) and show them that my eating approach can feature delicious soups, too.

Best regards,


113 Marlene Leverington March 19, 2012 at 5:31 PM

OMG———–all the recipes look so good. I want to try them all. I might start with Cream of broccoli and White bean kale. Thanks for having the contest.
Have a wonderful blessed day………………….


114 Sharon March 19, 2012 at 5:28 PM

I am looking forward to the mushroom recipes. I have not been able to create a good mushroom soup on my own even though I’m a pretty decent cook. So that would be Potato Mushroom Leek and Gourmet Cream of Mushroom. They all look amazing! I am doing an organic farming apprenticeship at the moment up in Pemberton and am always looking for local recipe inspiration for our customers. Last year we grew 80 different kinds of food and herbs. Maybe you could create a “local” recipe for us!


115 Emma Hawes March 19, 2012 at 5:15 PM

They all look super yum but I can’t wait to try “Just-Like “Chicken” Noodle Soup” and “Tuscan Roasted Tomato Chickpea Soup” πŸ™‚


116 Erin March 19, 2012 at 5:10 PM

Oh my, they all look delicious! I would definitely want to try the Mexican Black Bean Corn Soup, and the Moroccan Chickpea soup!


117 Lisa S March 19, 2012 at 4:55 PM

These look delicious! I cannot wait to try the curried carrot and leak soup! I LOVE carrots but I’ve never been able to make a decent carrot soup and since all of your recipes that I’ve ever tried have turned out BEAUTIFULLY I have very high hopes for this recipe!


118 Cynthia Colby March 19, 2012 at 4:53 PM

For me it would be the Vegetable Bean Barley soup. The colours are so enticing I find myself looking around on my desk for a spoon! The mix of vegetables look succulent and they seem to be bursting with flavour. I LOVE barley – grew up with it – and yearn for that soft yet firmish texture when you chomp down on those little nodules. And the beans – oh the beans! Tender and firmly mushy and flavourful. When I think of all of those flavours and textures combining with a lovely broth, I want to stick my spoon right into my screen and eat it right off your website! I am definitely a soup person. I can’t WAIT to get a copy of your book.
How well do these soups freeze, as I like to make a huge potful then freeze single servings for convenience?


119 Veronica March 19, 2012 at 6:07 PM

Hi Cynthia, I would say all of them except the noodle ones would freeze really well. My mom is currently remaking all of these soups for herself for lunch and freezes portions for leftovers so she has a variety to choose from whenever she wants a healthy lunch.

Just defrost in the fridge and reheat or microwave and it will be fine. Also if you’re making a batch JUST to freeze you could undercook the veggies a little so they are more al dente and then they won’t be overcooked when you reheat.


120 Gary salazar March 19, 2012 at 4:49 PM

White bean kale soup
Cream of broccoli


121 Sue March 19, 2012 at 4:48 PM

I love soup and could eat it every day. Yours look really yummy


122 Gary salazar March 19, 2012 at 4:47 PM

Cream of broccoli
White bean kale


123 Janabeth Taylor March 19, 2012 at 4:45 PM

Veronica your creamy corn chowder is one of our favorite “comfort” foods…..nothing, absolutely nothing is as good as this chowder on any day of the week. My husband, Herb requests it weekly so I have to keep it made up. It freezes and reheats well.

I am on a special diet, and this soup fits the bill, you get the “creamy” goodness without the fat!

Thank you for sharing your recipie with me.



124 Isabelle March 19, 2012 at 4:38 PM

OMG!! The Split Pea Carrot Yam Soup looks DIVINE. I can almost TASTE it!
I hope you’ll say, like Charlie Sheen, that I’m the ”WINNER”! πŸ˜‰
Soups + humor = WINNING (!!!) team!!


125 Theresa Gaines March 19, 2012 at 4:29 PM

I can’t wait for the Split Pea Carrot Yam Soup. I like all of what seem to be in it and it sounds so warm and that is what I like. Soup is one of my things and I can fix and freeze just for me. Also Greek Fasolada (White Bean) Soup because I like the taste of Greek food and would love all of the Comfort Soups To keep me warm when I’m so cold with the snow outside, so hurry them on to me.


126 Tyra March 19, 2012 at 4:29 PM

O.k. the beautiful stunning photo of your recipe e-book drew me in right away. Made me want to open it up and see whats inside.
At first I though just another soup recipe book but nope I was wrong. You’ve truly done your homework and all I can say is wow!!! Thank you!
I love making soups but always have to change the recipe to make it more healthier or flavourful but you have done that for us. Yes I love soups!!
My favourites that really got me excited is the Thai Pumpkin soup, Vietnamese Pho soup and Roasted butternut squash soup. But man that curried carrot leek soup looks yummy too.


127 Cathleen Trimmer March 19, 2012 at 4:17 PM

Low fat cream of broccoli!? Well I have to try that! And the vegetable Chinese soups sounds just yummy! Simply divine! Thank you!


128 RON DRAKE March 19, 2012 at 4:14 PM

They all look so delicious! Can’t wait to try that Cream of Mushroom Soup!


129 Joyce March 19, 2012 at 4:07 PM

Yummy The Thai Pumpkin soup and the Moroccan Garbanzo ones look exquisite Actually they all do


130 Jennifer March 19, 2012 at 4:05 PM

I would have to say the cream of broccoli and the potato chowder soup because those were two of my favorites before I went vegan and I MISS them!!! πŸ™‚ My family would love those too I think!


131 Debra March 19, 2012 at 3:05 PM

So hard to choose…however, your “Gourmet Cream of Mushroom Soup” and “Just Like “Chicken” Noodle Soup, are two soups I was raised on some forty years ago in my pre-vegan days! I would think they would be two soups I could serve to non-suspecting, non-vegan friends who would be none the wiser? πŸ™‚
P.S.- The presentation of your dishes, the photography…is superb!


132 Michele March 19, 2012 at 4:50 AM

That Tuscan roasted tomato soup sounds great. I have several friends I am trying to convert over to a plant-based diet and this would be a great resource for them to have low-fat vegan recipes…there are so few resources out there for low-fat….even though they are vegan recipes, they have all sorts of stuff they have to substitute out. Your recipes are so delicous, I know they could use ALL of these! πŸ™‚


133 Veronica March 19, 2012 at 5:04 AM

Thank you Michele. πŸ™‚


134 Sari March 19, 2012 at 2:59 AM

How come you don’t have Indonesian soup in the ebook? πŸ˜€ Try sayur asem, it’s my favorite soup. Some people add non-vegan broth into it, but I always omit it and it still tastes great. Anyway, I love soups but most of the online recipes I find are hard to follow, either because: I don’t know the ingredient’s translation (seriously, someone need to invent cooking dictionary / translator program. Either that, or post the picture of the ingredients), the ingredients are hard to find locally (I never find Kale here. I’ve always thought it’s translated to Kangkung, but when I google the picture it turns out it isn’t haha), or I find it pale in comparison to local rich-flavored soups. But all your soup pics are yummy looking! I’d love to try Mexican black bean corn soup (hm.. btw what is a black bean and where do I find it? lol).

I want to make tasty soups for my family, but my other problem in finding the right taste is because they’re so used to MSG. Some people I know substitute it with salt and sugar, but I’m not satisfied with it, and a bit wary because I don’t like to use too much salt or sugar. When I ask my hubby to taste the soup I make, he always says “this needs more salt”, while it tastes fine with me (maybe because vegans have different taste buds?). Um, sorry for the ramblings! πŸ˜€


135 Veronica March 19, 2012 at 3:17 AM

I’ve never had Indonesian soup before. I’ve only been to Bali and have not had much Balinese food that was vegan nor any Indonesian food. Black beans are small oval shaped beans. They are very common in North America. If you google it you will see what they look like. Sorry I can’t help you with translations.

We also don’t use mag, it is much more harmful to health than salt. If you balance food with sweet salty tangy and spicy it will taste right. You can’t just add only salt or sugar to a recipe. You have to add some of both and add something tangy like lemon lime tamarind a little vinegar etc


136 Charlene March 18, 2012 at 3:43 PM

I love soups and stews, I eat them almost every day. All these pictures are making me hungry! I would like to try the minestrone soup because it used to be my favorite soup but I can never find a vegan version. Also the chinese vegetable noodle soup because asian soups look so good but I’m always afraid there’s fish in it.


137 Vicky (Sweet and Healthy Living) March 18, 2012 at 3:04 PM

The photos look delicious! I am excited to try the Vietnamese Pho Soup and the Chinese Vegetable Noodle Soup. I have never had either of those before and am curious what ingredients make them unique!


138 Anne March 18, 2012 at 2:08 PM

I absolutely love cream of broccoli! And the Chinese vegetable noodle soup–what a gorgeous photo. Looks like a fantastic collection of recipes.


139 Shelli Tijerina March 18, 2012 at 11:22 AM

I am MOST excited about the Potato Mushroom Leak soup – who wouldn’t be? Yum – 3 of my absolute favorites! But I actually want your recipe book for my dad – who would lean more towards the Vegetable Bean Barley Soup! He started eating lowfat vegan when his cardiologist told him ‘You better do something about your problem – because we’ve done all we can.’ – and so it went! I followed suit to be supportive, and then actually fell in love with it and haven’t looked back. I like to explore in my eating and am constantly trying new things…but my dad – cooks soup almost EVERY DAY! It’s his favorite thing and your book is PEEEEEEEEEEERRRRRRRRRRRRFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFEEEEEEECCCCCTTTTTTTTT!!! EXACTLY what he needs! I’m sooo excited!


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