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This soup also comes together beautifully on the stovetop. It requires more tending but cooks up in about an hour. Saute the onion and garlic in some coconut oil or olive oil until soft, and then add the curry powder and continue to saute for about a minute, until nice and fragrant.

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Then add the rest of the ingredients, bring to a boil, turn down to a simmer, and cook until the squash is soft. Then use your immersion blender to proceed as above. When the weather starts to turn, do you crave soup too? Leave your favorite recipe, or a link to a favorite recipe, in the comments!

One other thought, from a conversation with another friend who made this: you may need to add salt to taste toward the end.

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As you know I love my Crock Pot, especially for soups. I tend to use it mostly on weekends, as our mornings are somewhat chaotic as well. I will certainly try this one—it looks great. I find your about me page really interesting and your images are really great. Just need to figure out how to follow you now.

This sounds great. I made an asewome stock but have not gotten into making soup yet. I was sorry to see that it was only about 5 cups. Soups will come but for now the stock is frozen. Pingback: October strawberries Coffee in the Woodshed. Pingback: Ten Favorite Soups home on the web.

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