Milk Soup That Stopped/Paused A War
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In the midst of too much news about conflicts among nations, it is time to look for some good news! Fortunately, online information is at my disposal and I found a video “How This Soup Stopped a War” that provided me with momentary respite, share below:
Kappeler Milchsuppe is a Swiss milk soup with quite a history. Its origin goes all the way back to 1529. Legend has it that this soup was created by hungry infantrymen. They were on opposite sides of a conflict between Catholics and Protestants, but they put down their weapons and pooled their milk and bread to make and share soup. That soup is now credited with bringing peace to the region and honored with a memorial on a battlefield. Now, that’s an impressive soup. It’s still served in Switzerland to this day. Let’s grab a bowl and wish all nations with conflicts will be able to find their own version of the milk soup.
Below, you will find several versions of Milk Soups:
- Vegetable Milk Soup Recipe-Simple One..
- Changua Recipe-How To Make Colombian Milk Soup-Sys
- Quick Sweet potato and coconut milk soup
- Rice And Milk Soup
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