An easy healthy breakfast, this soup will warm your insides and fill you up! Take 2 cups of water to a boil with a tablespoon of miso. Stir until the miso has dissolved. I added a tablespoon of okara (we put it in everything). Add some soft silken tofu and simmer for five more minutes. Add some chopped scallion and you’re ready for a treat.
Kimchi and rice turn this into a traditional Korean meal. I get a lot of that around here. My wife and I met in Korea 14 years ago when I was a soldier. We’ve been together ever since! I love Korean food … and it can easily be a vegan meal.