Black Bean Soup Recipe

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  1. Jean says:

    The photo looks likes there are peppers in the Black Bean Soup.
    I do not see peppers in the recipe ingredients.
    If there are peppers … How many?

    • You can add peppers or leave them out, both ways turn out great! I sometimes like to mix the recipes up and add more vegetables. If you would like to add peppers, I used 1 medium pepper cut into thin slices. Enjoy!

  2. FRANCES BROADRICK says:

    LOVE DR.AXE AND WHAT HE REPRESENTS
    HE GIVES US LOTS OF GOOD RECIPES AND
    TIPS FOR HEALTH.

  3. Marie Bauer says:

    Yumbo!

  4. Frances says:

    I love all your recipes, but would like to see a list of the nutritional value reflecting calories, carbs, fiber, and etc.
    Thank you

  5. calvin says:

    I’ve seen some of your recipes on youtube and some, as this one, on facebook. Do you have a cookbook published?

  6. Jane says:

    I am a diabetic and have to count carbs and watch my portions to keep my blood sugar nos. in check. That would be a big plus to give us the carb count, because the recipes look delicious. Thanks!
    Jane

  7. Katie says:

    I love all your health information and recipes, enjoy reading about you’ll essential oils.

  8. Tammy says:

    I normally drain & rinse my cans of (organic) beans. Should this be done? Recipe does not mention it. Thanks!

  9. Elizabeth Blickenstaff says:

    How much of the seasonings to you put in the Black bean soup. It doesn’t say.

  10. Mara says:

    Why does everyone use cans? I’m making black bean soup, but I’m using dry beads.

  11. Norma Strait says:

    My church, All Saints Episcopal Church, Enterprise, FL will be having soup suppers during Lent. Would appreciate new soup recipes. Thank you with Blessings

  12. gianna says:

    Just want to thank you dr.Axe..i love all your recipes………

  13. Kathryn says:

    Mara, I also prefer to use dry beans soaked overnight in filtered water with either 1 Tb. plain Greek yogurt or 1 Tb. Lemon juice. Easier to digest and you don’t have to worry about BPA lined cans. Cheaper too! It’s in the Maker’s Diet book by Jordan Rubin and in Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon. :-) I like this recipe though. I use 2 cups dried beans. Soaked overnight and then rinsed.

  14. amanda says:

    I would think in detoxing, you should elimate mushrooms since they are a fungus. I’m going to make mine minus the mushroom. I’m sure it will be just as great.

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