Incredible Yellow Gazpacho

During my cancer kicking journey, I became aware that all health rises and falls with our ph levels. Yep, that easy.

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Video transcript and recipe below.


Elaine Gibson with Renewed Living, here with one of my easiest, favorite summer recipes.

It’s farmer’s market time, so there’s lots of wonderful produce around. Today We’re going to make today, a variation on gazpacho and I’m actually going to make a yellow gazpacho. So, I have yellow peppers, and while we’re putting this in here, let me say that, yes, everything is washed in alkaline water. We have yellow peppers and–whoops–Nevin and I visited a home of dear friends of ours, Mike and Joanne Cavallaro, the other day, and they have a fabulous garden. We got to take home wonderful heirloom tomatoes and some of them were golden yellow, and I thought this is a great time to make that fun recipe. I have some parsley. Now, this parsley is not from my garden. Parsley didn’t do so well for me this summer. I have a little bit of garlic. I’m not a very onion, garlicky [so], eater, but I do like a little bit. And I have some dill, and basil, and chives, from my garden. Yay. At least we got something. And I have some alkaline water.

Many gazpacho recipes call for using canned tomato juice and I will not use that. So, I just put a little more tomatoes and some alkaline water, some pepper. And–Let me share with you, this is a great recipe to sneak in some sea vegetables. So, I throw some kelp in here. Nobody would ever know it. So, let’s see if we have got enough water in here and using alkaline water is very important. So, this is our trusty Vitamix, which is a must, in any fully-equipped raw kitchen or any kitchen at that. So, let’s see if I can do it backwards for you. We will–here we go–I should’ have just started it lower but I was doing it backwards. This is pretty easy. Looks like we’re done, actually.

yellow gazpachoNow, when I serve it, we could put it in a bowl or a tureen where people can serve from. These are our little soup and cereal dishes. You can see this. This is so fabulous. Now, one of the things that I like to do when I am serving for company or even for Nevin and I, is to use nice coffee or tea cups. So, these were my mom’s so they’re–it’s even more special, and I just put it in here or here. I will put some fresh sprouts. I do this as often as I can. And top it with a little bit of fresh pepper.

And I know you can’t smell this through the camera. But–and I know you can’t taste it either, but I’m gonna taste it for you. Oh my gosh, it’s so good, and it’s so fabulous, and so good. I can’t for Nevin to have some.

Listen, go ahead and experiment.

Put in more–put in fresh onion if you like, put in more garlic, put in anything that you want. You can put in red peppers and red tomatoes. You could put more parsley, less parsley. But just get in there. Use your summer vegetables. This is a seasonal, fabulous, hydrating treat. So, have a healthy and grateful day. Bon appetit!

Elaine’s Tasty Tips:
  • While a Vitamix is fabulous, truthfully any good blender will work.
  • Lime is also a tasty addition.


Yellow Gazpacho
  • Yellow peppers
  • Yellow Heirloom tomatoes
  • Parsley
  • Garlic
  • Dill
  • Basil
  • Chives
  • Alkaline water
  1. Place all ingredients in blender.
  2. Blend until smooth.
  3. Top with sprouts and a little black pepper.


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In health and gratitude,

Elaine & Nevin

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