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  1. Hannah Kendall

    Yum! This looks so good. My kind of dish!

    xox

    February 3, 2012

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  2. Joann
    Joann

    This sounds delicious! I am going grocery shopping tonight so I’m going to get the ingredients I don’t have. For the coconut milk is that the canned coconut milk or the drink that comes in the carton?

    February 3, 2012

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  3. Heidi @ Food Doodles

    Mmm, looks yummy! I actually especially like the last picture, or the one to the right in the top set just because they show off everything in the soup. All the different flavors in this sound delicious :)

    February 3, 2012

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  4. Natalie

    GORGEOUS, girl!! I love what you did with this. Especially those balsamic pearls. I’ve never heard of them and had to skim the recipe to figure out what they were! Where do you get them?

    February 3, 2012

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  5. Dana @ FoodieGoesHealthy
    Dana @ FoodieGoesHealthy

    I love the concept of your website. Your photos have beautiful colors. I visited Montreal and Quebec City last year and loved those cities, especially the farmers markets in the summer. Good luck with your journey. Your transformation is inspiring.

    February 4, 2012

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  6. Pamela
    Pamela

    Hi Sonia
    I stumbled upon your site a while ago searching for a recipe for a healthy dessert. (i cant remember exactly whAt it was). I have since tried a few of your recipes as I eat pretty much exactly the way you do.
    Yesterday I tried the pumpkin coconut shrimp soup. OMG it is absolutely delicious! So different!!!
    Your recipes are great and I love your photos. Your descriptions are so funny too. Your enthusiasm gets you psyched to try the recipe.
    Thanks!!
    Pamela

    February 5, 2012

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  7. Cara

    I distinctly remember seeing this on Natalie’s blog and falling smitten as well. Maybe I will finally get around to making it myself :)

    February 5, 2012

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  8. Joann
    Joann

    Made this tonight…it was so delicious! I had to drive all over to find the agar powder to make the balsamic vinegar pearls, but it was totally worth it. I will use those all the time!

    February 5, 2012

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  9. Joann
    Joann

    Haha – I’m envious that you didn’t have to make them! How much was the jar and how big is it? I’m wondering if it is more cost effective to buy them, because it does seem like a waste of the olive oil. It was messy at first and I did not have the right supplies. I actually bought a syringe at the natural food store where I bought the agar, but I think it got overlooked by the cashier because it wasn’t in my bag or on my receipt. So I had to just use a spoon and try to dribble the vinegar into the olive oil. The earlier ones were not spherical at all…they came out flat and bigger. But I started to get a little better as I kept going. It was already late and I wanted to get the soup started so I didn’t do the whole batch of vinegar. If I had the syringe I probably would have. I’d like to find something like they used in the video but a syringe would definitely have made it easier. Some of the later ones turned out spherical and I think next time I will do a better job. I also have white balsamic vinegar and may make some white ones next time too. It is such a neat idea and tasted fabulous in the soup. Thanks again for being such an inspiration!

    February 6, 2012

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  10. Rose
    Rose

    Sonia – tried this soup last night and it was DELICIOUS!!!! Love the addition of coconut water to make it a perfect consistency. My husband says this is a keeper and we will be making it often. He had it for lunch today again and he said it was even better then last night. THANK YOU!

    February 7, 2012

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  11. Joann
    Joann

    I am trying some more today. I was at Target last night and bought a chefmate flavor injector. It was only $1.99 and looks kind of similar to what they use in the video. It’s really for meat and has a little metal attachment that goes on the end which I will just leave off. I’ll let you know how it goes. Also, weirdest thing…my white balsamic vinegar turned dark so I won’t be doing white until I get some more. I’ll let you know if it is easier for me the second time around.

    February 7, 2012

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