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Feeling under the weather? Try this soup by @sarahsvegankitchen! When Sarah woke up with sniffles, she decided to scrap her plans and made this delicious and nutritious pot of soup!

First, she roasted heads of garlic, and while that was going, she sauteed the three things that all good soup needs: onions, celery, and carrot! She added broth, and then she made a small herb satchel with rosemary, sage, thyme, bay leaf, and a few peppercorns. By that time, the garlic was roasted, so she chopped up two heads of garlic into a paste and added that to the soup. She let it all simmer together for half an hour and then added in fresh kale, lemon juice, parsley, and some noodles.

This soup is super simple to make and great for when you have a cold! Check out these other soups you can make at home!

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