Miso Soup with Vegetables

Miso Soup with Vegetables

Miso soup is a staple in Japan, and a major part of the macrobiotic diet, a diet that has tremendous healing abilities.

Not only is this easy enough for kids to make, it is also packed with nutrition!

You will need:

Miso soup packages (the number of servings should be on the package)

Vegetables such as:

carrots/celery/Bok choy/spinach/radish/bean sprouts/asparagus/bell pepper

1.  Bring water to a boil in a tea pot or sauce pan.  Pour hot water into bowls with miso soup mix.  Stir.

2.  Add a handful of chopped and diced vegatables, enjoy.

Note:  To make this a boxed lunch, bring your package of miso concentrate/powder with you, along with a baggie full of pre-chopped, lightly steamed (optional) vegetables.  As long as you can find hot water at lunchtime, you can make this soup easily.  And make sure you bring a bowl!

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