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  1. Vegan Split Pea Soup:
    Heat 1 T coconut oil on saute in a 3qt Instant Pot
    Add about 1/4 of a yellow onion, chopped and saute
    Chop one stalk celery
    Chop 4 carrots
    and add to the onions while on saute.
    Add seasonings (sage, cayenne, salt and pepper, turmeric, garlic, etc. to taste)
    Sort and rinse 2 C dried split peas (from the bulk section of a natural food store)
    You can also add chopped potatoes, cabbage or other greens, or sweet potatoes if you like.
    Fill the pot with water between the 1/2 and full mark.
    Seal and cook on high pressure for 3 minutes.
    Allow pressure to release naturally.
    If you aren't looking for a vegan soup, you can always add ham or bacon, but it's not at all necessary.

  2. I just became a new sub and I'm truly enjoying your videos! Your home is beautiful btw🌸🌸I am also interested in the instant pot I'd never known what it was ,now I am thinking I should get one can you also cook like big roasts or like chicken in them? You seem to be a good cook so maybe you'd know the variety it will cook. I'm blown away at how anything can fully cook I. Literally 3 minutes so amazing ! Thank u for sharing your life and journeys

  3. So easy, and so good! I thought I overdid the spices, but turns out I underdid them. Learning curve, I am sure…I can sure see how it is everyone’s favorite cooking appliance! Can’t wait for fall and soups and stews and all.

  4. Your soup looks great…I need to make some in my IP later today! I live in the Port Angeles area and see Hurricane Ridge from my house, so I t was fun to see it through your eyes. Keep up the good work – your channel is one of my favorites.

  5. Looked great! I could almost smell it. Denny (Denny's Plant Based Journey) did one with frozen peas the other day. This looks amazing to do the real thing! The scenery there was gorgeous! Yes, the hills are alive with the sound of muuuuusic!

  6. After watching a few videos on van'ers raving on about insant pot, I bought one and started using it on our maiden voyage in "The Fringe" (our van name) and I LOVE it!!

  7. I love soups. i make soup summer and winter!! I also add whatever vegetables I have, especially a little cabbage, which, for some reason, make the soups taste so good. Is boc choy (no idea how to spell it) a type of cBbage? If so, your soup must be very tasty! Have fun in that gorgeous place. Best wishes from Chile🌷

  8. Love this video, great views and your soup looks amazing!!! I have been following you for a short time now. Always look forward to see where you are and what you are doing. You meet such interesting people along your way. You have inspired me to do the same when I retire. Thank you and safe traveling.

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