Our Favorite Raw Soups For National Gazpacho Day

Our Favorite Raw Soups For National Gazpacho Day

Despite what you may have heard, gazpacho is not a juice, smoothie, or anything else. It is simply gazpacho, which belongs to classic Spanish cuisine. Although it is typically consumed in the warmer months of summer, gazpacho can be enjoyed throughout the year. Even though gazpacho recipes have similar ingredients, there is always room for creativity and experimentation in the kitchen.

You may be wondering why on earth you would whip up a batch of gazpacho during these colder months. Consuming gazpacho somewhat regularly can be quite beneficial to your health. No matter what ingredients you choose to include, gazpacho contains beneficial nutrients like carotenoids, antioxidants, vitamins A, C, & E, fiber, and a variety of other minerals. The antioxidants and carotenoids from the brightly colored vegetables, which are typically added to gazpacho, tend to delver a lot of anti-inflammatory agents to the body.

A Quick Note: For those who have arthritis, it may be beneficial to make gazpacho recipes that are not always tomato-based. While classic gazpachos are tomato-based, too much acidity from the tomatoes can activate arthritis symptoms. Additionally, if you have allergies to nightshades (bell peppers, tomatoes, eggplants, potatoes, or paprika), make sure to make your own nightshade-free take on some of the following recipes.

An Easy Breezy Gazpacho


This is a classic cold soup that is bursting with flavor. You’ll be surprised how much you actually like this. If you feel like getting spicy, add some more red pepper flakes, which actually helps to warm you up.

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Garden Fresh Gazpacho


This is truly a garden fresh raw soup! Gazpacho is a great way to change up your raw food game. Leave it blending for a little while longer to warm up. That’s a secret trick for added warmth to have in your back pocket.

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Spicy Mango Ginger Gazpacho


Even though this soup is cold, the flavors help you feel warm. It is definitely different from what you are used to eating, but you should give it a shot because it is vibrant and will give your taste buds some intense flavors.

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