Jerusalem Artichoke Carrot Soup

I absolutely love this soup. I created it with inspiration from the lovely Jerusalem artichoke:

Jerusalem artichokes taste just like regular artichokes, but you can actually eat these raw, and they taste amazing! They have the crunch of a radish, but the taste of an artichoke - very interesting. SO, I decided to make a soup out of it!

6 large carrots (or however many you please)
2 Jerusalem Artichokes (or however many you please)
Water till desired consistency (or you could add coconut water to make it a bit salty)
Spartan apples (2) (or however many you please)
Pinch onion (1 tbsp)
Fresh thyme (1 tsp)

Put in blender/vitamix, blend on high, and serve!


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