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November 09, 2012

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Maija Haavisto

Sounds like something I have to try! I'm not a big fan of peanut butter at all, but I like it in many savoury dishes. And this would be very fitting for my current diet, which unfortunately has to be fairly low carb and high fat.

You don't have an immersion blender? I can't even imagine pureeing soups with a normal blender.

Finnish celiac society considers soy sauce to be gluten-free, by the way. The wheat protein is destroyed in the fermentation process and several studies have found all analyzed soy sauces to contain far lower amounts of gluten traces than are allowed in products labeled gluten-free.

Andrea - Chocolate and Beyond

Hi Maija - thanks so much for taking the time to comment! Interesting to hear that Finnish CS consider soy sauces to be gluten-free, it would be helpful if that was the case in the UK too.

I don't have an immersion blender yet, can you believe? My sister is buying me one for Christmas though :) I wanted my next self-bought gadget to be an ice-cream maker!

I LOVE peanut butter, probably too much. I use it so often in so many dishes, sweet and savoury.

Thanks again for stopping by :)

Charlotte

Cauliflower, coconut and peanuts great combination! I'll have to make a batch of that next week for my lunches.

Thank you for sharing the recipe.

Andrea - Chocolate and Beyond

Charlotte thanks for your comment! PLEASE do let me know what you think after you've made this :)

Choclette8@gmail.com

Pretty much anything with coconut and peanut butter is going to be good, but I'd not have thought of using cauliflower with them. I'm a fan though and have bookmarked this recipe to try.

Charlotte

Hi Andrea,
Sorry for the delay in replying to you.
I made this soup and it was very tasty. I should have halved the recipe though as it really makes 8 good servings - I started to run out of containers to put it in!
Next time I'll halve the recipe :) and I might try using coconut cream too.
Thank you for the recipe.

Andrea - Chocolate and Beyond

Yes there is a lot here Charlotte! Did you freeze some of it? I'm glad you found it tasty though - thank you so much for coming to let me know!

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