Soup For The Soul (And Body): Books for National Soup Month

Nothing drives away those chilly winter blues like a hot, nutritious bowl of soup. Many soups are packed with protein, veggies, and grains, making them a great one-pot meal option; besides recipes are easily adaptable to make a healthier soup.

National Soup Month is a great time to check out a book or two from the list below and cook up some wholesome, hearty soups and broths for you and your family.

Please note: Some of the titles were on order at the time this post was being written.

Better Broths & Healing Tonics : 75 Bone Broth And Vegetarian Broth-Based Recipes For Everyone by Kara N. Fitzgerald

Bowls & Broths : Build A Bowl Of Flavor From Scratch, With Dumplings, Noodles And More by Pippa Middlehurst

The Complete Soup Cookbook : Over 200 Satisfying Recipes For Every Appetite

Japanese Soups : 66 Nourishing Broths, Stews And Hotpots by Keiko Iwasaki

101 Greatest Soups On The Planet : Every Savory Soup, Stew, Chili And Chowder You Could Ever Crave by Erin Renouf Mylroie

Soup, Broth, Bread by Rachel Allen

Soup Club : 80 Cozy Recipes For Creative Plant -Based Soups And Stews To Share by Caroline Wright

Soups : Over 100 Internationally Inspired Soups And Stews by Derek Bissonnette

Ultimate Soup Maker : More Than 100 Simple, Nutritious Recipes by Joy Skipper

You can also find plenty of soup recipes from magazines and ebooks on Libby

Archana Chiplunkar, Adult Services and Acquisitions Librarian

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