Mauimama recipe miso soup

Have you ever eaten out and felt angry or sad afterward for no obvious reason? It is likely that the person who prepared your food was not in a good mood.

Our thoughts and state of mind have a significant effect on our actions. No one maintains perfectly loving thoughts all the time. We have bad days, frustrating moments, and challenging phases in our lives.

One way to take responsibility for our thoughts no matter what is going on is by repeating a positive affirmation, prayer, or mantra. Some examples are, “I am fulfilled by everything that I do”, and “All is well.” Any thought that helps you feel more peaceful, grateful and loving will do the trick.

Maintaining a positive focus is especially important when we are cooking and caring for ourselves and our loved ones. Love is the magical ingredient that offers more nourishment than we can quantitatively measure. It even makes food taste better.

Try it and see when you make this miso soup!

Mauimama recipe miso soup
Hearty Miso Soba Noodle Soup
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Mix miso in 2 cups cool water and set aside. Do not boil miso as the vital enzymes of miso’s beneficial probiotic bacteria will be depleted. Chop the broccoli and carrots and sauté in pan with coconut oil over medium heat for 7 minutes. In a separate pot, bring 4 cups water to a boil. Once boiling, add noodles and eggs (if desired) and simmer for 3 minutes. Strain noodles/eggs from water, saving the water for the soup. Add shoyu and chopped zucchini to broccoli carrot sauté and cook for 5 minutes. Add chopped dandelion greens to the veggie sauté and cook 5 more minutes or until veggies are to taste. Add toasted sesame oil once sauté is complete. Combine soba noodles/eggs, leftover noodle water, miso water, and sautéed veggies. Enjoy!
Servings
4 people
Cook Time
20 minutes
Servings
4 people
Cook Time
20 minutes
Mauimama recipe miso soup
Hearty Miso Soba Noodle Soup
Print Recipe
Mix miso in 2 cups cool water and set aside. Do not boil miso as the vital enzymes of miso’s beneficial probiotic bacteria will be depleted. Chop the broccoli and carrots and sauté in pan with coconut oil over medium heat for 7 minutes. In a separate pot, bring 4 cups water to a boil. Once boiling, add noodles and eggs (if desired) and simmer for 3 minutes. Strain noodles/eggs from water, saving the water for the soup. Add shoyu and chopped zucchini to broccoli carrot sauté and cook for 5 minutes. Add chopped dandelion greens to the veggie sauté and cook 5 more minutes or until veggies are to taste. Add toasted sesame oil once sauté is complete. Combine soba noodles/eggs, leftover noodle water, miso water, and sautéed veggies. Enjoy!
Servings
4 people
Cook Time
20 minutes
Servings
4 people
Cook Time
20 minutes
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