A Tasty Split Pea Soup Recipe and A Book Giveaway!

I’ve been cooking a simple and tasty split pea soup recipe for over a year, and I thought it was about time I introduced it to OpenSourceVegan.com!

Here’s The Demonstration of The Simple and
Tasty Split Pea Soup Recipe:

Here’s The Simple and Tasty
Split Pea Soup Recipe:

12 cups water
4 cups split peas
4 medium potatoes, diced
3 ribs celery, chopped
3 medium carrots, peeled and chopped
1 medium onion, chopped
4 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon garlic powder

1. Bring the water to a boil.
2. Add all of the ingredients into a pot, and reduce the temperature to medium to low heat. Stir occasionally. Cook until the split peas are tender, which should take an hour or less.
3. Please watch the split pea soup video above to get some great cooking tips.
4. Eat and enjoy!

Please let me know how your split pea soup turned out in the comment section. Please also let me know if you made any modifications to this recipe!

Additional Tip:
The easiest way to make this split soup recipe is to put it in a crockpot on high for 8 hours.

Videos Mentioned In The Simple and Tasty
Split Pea Soup Recipe Demonstration:

At the end of the split pea soup video, I talked about people who came together to donate over 20 million dollars in free health care for the city of San Antonio this year. Here are some videos that highlighted that amazing event:

San Antonio Mayor Visits Your Best Pathway to Health from NAD Adventist on Vimeo.

Your Best Pathway to Health – San Antonio, Texas 2015 v01nb from Central California Conference on Vimeo.

Book Giveaway!

OpenSourceVegan.com highly recommends the book, the Ministry of Healing, which I believe shares principles of true healthcare. I believe many of the people who did health education and practically met the needs of people in San Antonio were inspired to do so by the Christ centered book called the Ministry of Healing.

This book was written over 100 years ago, but it’s still very relevant today! I know many plant based eaters would love to read the chapter “Flesh As Food” to get a 19th century perspective on animal torture. Reading that chapter alone is worth getting the book, but after you read that chapter, you’ll realize that there are countless precious gems on every page.

OpenSourceVegan.com will mail 1 copy of the Ministry of Healing to at least the first 5 people who say that they want one. Please e-mail me at OpenSourceVegan@gmail.com if you want to be a recipient in this giveaway!