Plant Based Vegan Instant Pot Cabbage Soup for Weight Loss

This Plant Based Cabbage Soup recipe can be a big time saver when you have a busy week ahead. Just chop up the ingredients, stick them in the Instant Pot and you will have a delicious, nutritious soup waiting for you when you get home. This recipe is enough for a couple meals or one dinner and leftovers to pack for your lunch during the week. This is also a great low calorie meal if you are trying to shed a few extra pounds!

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Recipe: https://plantbasedcookingshow.com/2019/01/20/easy-cabbage-soup-in-the-instant-pot/

Original Recipe: https://plantbasedcookingshow.com/2016/04/13/two-vegan-sos-free-soups-black-bean-soup-cabbage-soup/

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29 thoughts on “Plant Based Vegan Instant Pot Cabbage Soup for Weight Loss

  • at 9:34 pm
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    So wish every kid could watch your videos…enough to plant the seed of healthy eating. We are SO at the mercy of processed foods being pushed everywhere. Our collective health is atrocious. You are helping to heal a sick population.

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    Recommend veg broth rather than just water for more flavour….

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    Please do a series of instant pot soups or how to make all your other soup recipes with the instant pot. Thanks.

  • at 9:34 pm
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    I love cabbage soup, but I add some potatoes as well for a heartier meal. Thanks for all the great recipes

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    💕💕👍🏼👍🏼💕💕

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    I did try this recipe and and found it to be very customizable. I didn't have celery and I added frozen sweet corn. It was great. FYI I purchased your cooking made easy cookbook and am enjoying that also. Thanks to you and your family for making these recipes so accessible.

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    Delicious!

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    Hi Jill, this looks delicious, what size of can are the canned tomatoes?

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    No kind of medication could get my legs to go down. They were very swollen and hurt so much. I fixed her cabbage soup for dinner. Last night I had to go pee a lot, but most of my swelling is gone. I believe Jesus told me to fix that soup. It was delicious. I didn't even miss the meat at all. I bought the salt free diced tomatoes, like she did! She has lots of wonderful recipes. Be sure and buy Mrs. Dash or Dash salt free or make your own with your spices you already have.

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    Wish I could post a photo of the soup I made after watching this video. I didn’t even look at the recipe. Now will have the soup with barley for tomorrow’s dinner. Delicious 🤤

  • at 9:34 pm
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    I’m so jealous of your kids getting to be raised on such a healthy diet. You’re setting them up for success and long healthy lives!

  • at 9:34 pm
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    Why 2 cups of water, other recipes call for vegetable broth.

  • at 9:34 pm
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    How long should I cook in a slow cooker,don’t have instant pot

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    Hi

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    This is so good and easy! Thank you for the recipe.

  • at 9:34 pm
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    Awesome intro!! Yumm recipe!! We want all of them in a book!!!

  • at 9:34 pm
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    Hello 🤗 Does this recipe work with savoy cabbage, too? Thanks!

  • at 9:34 pm
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    Just found you. Really enjoying your videos. Easy to follow. You are so calm and fun too! Thanks so much.

  • at 9:34 pm
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    Thank you for all your great videos. Can you suggest a good knife specifically for WFPB home chefs.

  • at 9:34 pm
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    Just seeing you for first time. I did not hear what you used to sauté the onion in? If there was no oil, what keeps the veggies from burning while you talk before the water is introduced?

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    I think 15 minutes was way too long. The carrots and cabbage were completely mushy.

    I would not recommend this cooking time.

  • at 9:34 pm
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    I just made this very delicious. Thanks for the idea of using different spices on different days.

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    Could you use vegetable broth instead of water in this recipe?

  • at 9:34 pm
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    CAN YOU INCLUDE ANY TYPE OF BEANS IN THIS SOUP?

  • at 9:34 pm
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    If you are Halfing this because you only have the 6 qt……does the cook time change

  • at 9:34 pm
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    This came out great!

  • at 9:34 pm
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    I would add some lentils, otherwise it‘s not really filling for long, but it still looks yummy!

  • at 9:34 pm
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    Can this be frozen, or how long would it keep in the fridge. There is only me and I live in the uk , you can’t buy the instant pot mini here so I’m going to be getting the larger one

  • at 9:34 pm
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    Damn it! How many of you bought the 6qt IP and are now regretting it! SOB! Now i'll be buying the 8qt with nothing to do with the 6!

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