Vegetarian Pho

Happyolks | Vegetarian Pho

I wanted a perfect ending. I’ve learned, the hard way, that some poems don’t rhyme, and some stories don’t have a clear beginning, middle and end. Life is about not knowing, leaning into change, taking the moment and making the best of it without knowing what’s going to happen next. Delicious Ambiguity. 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      – Gilda Radner

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Vegetarian Pho 

Barely adapted from newly released Green Kitchen Travels by by David Frenkiel and Luise VindahlThese two are some of the kindest, most genuine folks I’ve come to know in blog-land. Green Kitchen Travels is everything I want in a cookbook, and everything the world needs more of: sincerity, originality, and spunk. 

  • 2 large onions, peeled and halved
  • nub of fresh ginger, peeled and sliced
  • 4 cinnamon sticks
  • 4 star anise
  • 4 cloves
  • 4 cardamom pods
  • 1 tbsp coriander seeds
  • 4 large carrots, peeled and chopped
  • 1 fennel bulb, quartered, stalks removed
  • 1 tsp minced garlic
  • 1 tbsp shoyu or soy sauce
  • 8 cups vegetable stock
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  • 1 head of bok choy, quartered
  • fresh thai basil
  • fresh mint
  • 2 cups beansprouts
  • handful of limes, quartered
  • 1 lb brown rice noodles
  • shaved sweet onion slices

 

Heat oven to 450.’ Place onions and ginger slices onto a baking tray and roast in the oven for 10 minutes until the edges are starting to brown. Place spices in a heavy-pot and dry roast until aromatic, stirring to prevent from burning. Add vegetable stock, shoyu, carrots, fennel, and roasted onions and ginger. Bring to a boil and reduce heat. Cover and simmer for 30 minutes. Strain soup base through a fine mesh strainer to remove vegetables and debris, then return strained broth to the pot and reheat. Cook noodles according to packet instructions. Prepare serving bowl(s) with cooked noodles, bok choy, beansprouts, onion, fresh herbs, and lime wedges. When ready to serve, pour over hot broth and serve immediately.

Happyolks | Vegetarian Pho

**The publisher is letting me give away a copy to one (1) Happyolks reader. Leave a comment with an active email address and I’ll notify a winner by next Tuesday.

  1. Valeria

    Delicious ambiguity – so scary, yet an important lesson to learn. This pho is exactly what I would need right now, feeling so under the weather, with a heavy rain hitting the window pane. x

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  2. molly yeh

    this is absolutely gorgeous! it is perfect pho weather today. making it from scratch has always kind of daunted me, but this looks like something i could handle.

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  3. Analiese

    Gorgeous! I love the idea of making pho from scratch. What a cozy fall project for these deliciously ambiguous days. :)

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  4. Hillary

    I first fell in love with Pho from a little restaurant down the street from my parents. On a cold day or when I’m feeling a cold coming on Levi and I will often hop in the car and make the drive. Now I’ll be able to make pho at home! Can’t wait! The pictures are beautiful as always! Makes me want to travel and go have pho in a local soup shop in Vietnam! On my bucket list!

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  5. Meg

    Dear Lord this looks amazing!!! Totally made my tummy growl and now I wish I had a big bowl for breakfast. Thanks for sharing:)

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  6. myriam

    Pho has always seemed like a bright, sunny, sub-tropical dish to me, so I love the moodiness of these photos. They make me imagine all the scents of pho in my own gently-lit kitchen.

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  7. Trista

    Delish, & even better that it’s gluten free. I’ve always wanted to give this a go..but do not have it in my area!
    Thank you for …the inspiration, & recipe! xx

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  8. katrina

    Absolutely gorgeous. I love pho so much…definitely need that book!!

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  9. gabrielle

    This looks delicious!

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  10. holly

    ooh ooh, i have been dying to get my hands on david + luise’s book! this vegetarian pho might just be the first thing i make.

    p.s. that gilda radnor quote is one of my favorites 😉

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  11. laetitia

    nothing better than such a comforting soup on a sunny autumnal day…

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  12. Karina

    Thanks! Looks tasty and perfect for a rainy day.

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  13. katie

    the book looks beautiful! and so does your pho :)

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  14. Lauren

    I write down almost all the quotes you post- they always come at the right time for me. Reminds me we’re all doing this thing together.

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  15. Sara

    Thanks for another heartfelt post. I love to read Green Kitchen Stories too.

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  16. leonie wise

    my ultimate comfort food – a big bowl of pho or ramen. i forget sometimes, that it is possible for these to be simple & relatively quick to make from scratch. always so tasty and worth the effort.

    i didnt know of the book, or the authors, so thanks for the introduction..

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  17. Kristen

    Pho is delicious, definitely trying this out soon.

    As for a possible new cook book?!

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  18. Kate King

    perfection in the form of one of my favorite soups. i’m going to have to give this one a whirl since you can’t go wrong with one of Green Kitchen Stories recipes. 😉
    thanks for sharing!

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  19. Nina

    Such beautiful pictures, they make me want to dig into a bowl of this soup right now :)

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  20. Kelsey

    Beautiful, as always. Congrats on the the big life changes. <3

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  21. Jess

    I can’t wait to make this. So beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

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  22. kelsey

    this looks so warm and comforting! thanks for sharing :)

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  23. Kaitlyn

    Perfect for October — wonderful to think about Pho up here in Michigan!

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  24. Annie

    Lovely photos. I’m so happy it’s soup season!

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  25. Beth

    This looks delicious! and sincerity, originality and spunk are definitely things the world could use more of. thanks for sharing.

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  26. alessia

    Wow it’s like I can almost taste it! great photos – great recipe from the Green Kitchen stories folks :)

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  27. Andrea

    I love pho and this recipe looks delicious.

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  28. Joanna

    I agree about Green Kitchen Stories. I always feel better about pretty much everything when I visit their site.

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  29. Amy

    I have been admiring your blog for a long time now… I am always inspired and encouraged by your words. Keep writing, and thank you! :)

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  30. Nicole

    A hot bowl of noodles hits the spot for me any day of the year! I’ve never had vegetarian pho but I would love to try it.

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  31. Adriana Gallo

    the depth of those greens are just lovely!

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  32. Rachel

    Your blog is where I go for inspiration in the kitchen and in writing. Thanks for the space you create here. So lovely.

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  33. Melissa

    the light in these pictures is really nice.

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  34. Rachel

    Yum! When you love ethnic food and live in the middle of nowhere, homemade versions are highly necessary. Will make this week. Beautiful photos and words, as usual.

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  35. Tricia

    This looks amazing and actually very achievable with out a bagillion ingredients!

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  36. Sam

    This looks amazing! Perfect for the cold weather that is coming…

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  37. Kristin

    I think the taste for “delicious ambiguity” is an acquired one. I’m still working on it. :) This pho looks lovely – thank you for sharing it.

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  38. Jesse

    A rainy-day classic. Beautiful photos–I’ve been meaning to pick up a copy of Green Kitchen Travels!

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  39. kristie -birchandwild

    The world need Green Kitchen Stories, but it also needs a cookbook from you! Any plans for that in the future?

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  40. Mary @ Fit and Fed

    Love the quote, I could use more tolerance of ‘delicious ambiguity.’ Poems that don’t rhyme can be quite beautiful! Green Kitchen Stories is one of my favorite food blogs, I’m sure their latest book is fantastic, hope I win!

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  41. Adele

    The quotes/songs/excerpts you post always seem to find me at the perfect time. Many, many thank yous.

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  42. Ayesha B.

    My son loves Pho. Can’t wait to make this for him.

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  43. Jess

    This is great! I love Pho but find it hard to order because of the broth being made with bones.

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  44. Cynthia

    I miss your juju girl. Badly.

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  45. Keelin

    lovely post, I can’t wait to make this pho on the weekend!

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  46. Danielle

    Making pho at home always seems so daunting. This recipe seems so much more manageable. Can’t wait to try.

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  47. Meredith

    Thank you for giving me a vegan option for one of my most missed dishes!

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  48. Mika Lai

    Beautiful pho! I love it, and rarely find good vegetarian versions. Thank you for a much-needed dose of serenity in this crazy world.

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  49. Liv

    Love all the asisan-inspired food you’ve been making!

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  50. Chantelle @ naked cuisine

    Pho Sho (couldn’t help it) this looks scrumptious!

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  51. Dulcistella

    still in time? I really love Green Kitchen Stories…

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  52. maria mesias

    love the pho! those photos are making my mouth water!!!

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  53. Sini

    I’ve totally loved Green Kitchen Travels and this pho has been on my mind for the last two weeks. Your version looks stunning and so very comforting!
    Actually, I’m making the moussaka tonight! Excited to have a bite.

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  54. Megan

    can’t wait to get myself up to Argyle (Chicago’s Vietnamese neighborhood) to get some goodies for this!

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  55. Amanda W.

    It can be hard to find vegetarian Pho, and this one looks delicious! I’ve had a travel bug lately and have been trying to cure it vicariously through travel blogs and trying new recipes until I have the time and resources for a real trip. I’ve been wanting to check out Green Kitchen Travels in particular since I love David and Luise’s blog and your post makes me want to cook through their cookbook even more!

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  56. Amy k

    yum.

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  57. Maggie

    Thank you for sharing this! It will be the perfect antidote for a rainy fall afternoon!

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  58. Renee H.

    I can relate to leaning in to the unknown. Our life is somewhat nomadic and we are faced with the unknown on a daily basis… and it is invigorating.

    Thank you for sharing this recipe and cookbook with us. I have had my eye on the book for a while now and it’s nice to get a sample of what’s inside.

    I have never had Pho because, traditionally, it is based on a meat stock of some sort. I have never come across a vegetarian option in a restaurant before, nor have I made one.

    This looks like ultimate comfort food and I will certainly be giving it a go!

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  59. Kate

    I am so excited by this recipe – I’ve always loved Vietnamese food, but surprisingly, have never tried pho. I hope to give it a go asap!

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  60. Laurel T

    Just what the doctor ordered! Delicious comfort food…I have been looking for a vegetarian interpretation of pho and this looks to be a sure winner! Can’t wait to try it… I will be sure to check out the cookbook link; looks to be a great holiday gift!

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  61. Leslie

    I absolutely love pho, beef, chicken, and vegetarian. I can’t wait to give this recipe a try right as the weather is changing.

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  62. Jessica

    I second that the world needs a cookbook from you!

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  63. Lacey

    Yum. Looks delicious. I will definitely be trying this. Thank you.

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  64. Katie @ Produce On Parade

    This is fabulous! I was just dining out at a Vietnamese place this weekend and sober over the fact that I knew pho broth was made with ox bone. Alas, here a vegetarian version! :) Love GKS as well!

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  65. Chloe

    mmmmmmm such a beautiful bowl food.

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  66. Rebecca

    Love this quote, thanks for sharing. :)

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  67. Anna

    Pho, my all time favourite.

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  68. Abby

    This looks so healthy, delicious and warm, and not full of any mysterious ingredients that you have to deal with when ordering Pho in a restaurant. Grazie!

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  69. heather

    We’re huge pho fans, and have made several versions at home. The caramelizing of the onion is clutch, and it definitely needs those base aromatics like cinnamon stick and star anise. We haven’t used fennel yet, though, and I’m excited to see how that plays into it! Thanks for the idea. Cheers!

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  70. Ksenia @ At the Immigrant's Table

    The soup looks beautiful – the perfect bowl on a cold winter day. I am fairly certain this will enter the rotation. Thanks!

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  71. Nicole

    Love both the quote and the recipe. Soup season is upon us, so thank you!

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  72. edie

    “When you open yourself to the continually changing, impermanent, dynamic nature of your own being and of reality, you increase your capacity to love and care about other people and your capacity to not be afraid. You’re able to keep your eyes open, your heart open, and your mind open. And you notice when you get caught up in prejudice, bias, and aggression. You develop an enthusiasm for no longer watering those negative seeds, from now until the day you die. And, you begin to think of your life as offering endless opportunities to start to do things differently.”
    ― Pema Chödrön, Practicing Peace in Times of War

    you’ve been a nourishing part of my growth this last year, kels – i’m so glad our paths crossed here in denver. a big hug and a big thank you for everything. happy moving! go get ’em.

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  74. Massimo

    Hi! I’d really like their blog, and I would be super happy to get a copy of their book! Thanks!

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  75. Jenny

    This is EVERYTHING I want right now on this rainy day in new york. I love the way you build a deep flavor base with roasted aromatics and continue building from there. The sprouts, fresh herbs and lime are the perfect finish. Thanks so much for this :)

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  76. Julia

    I regularly have to go to Singapore for business, and everytime on my first night I go to this little unfancy and unknown foodcourt just around the corner of my hotel to eat the best Pho in the world. It is even better than every one I had in Vietnam.
    It’s a tradition I need in order to really arrive in Asia, and the owners now already know me and greet me by name, which is just simply awesome in that megacity. They still don’t want to share their recipe with me, though.

    Love your blog, even though you bring me to tears eveny second time around with your talent to describe feelings, fears and life.

    Greetings from Germany.

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  77. Stephanie K

    I had pho for the first time two weeks ago and feel in love with it. I’ve been contemplating whether I should buy a copy of Green Kitchen Travels, and your review is definitely swaying me towards a “yes.” This looks perfect for the cold weather we’re soon to get in Denver. Thanks for the recipe!

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  78. Sarah

    The pho looks beautiful, and a welcome addition for the upcoming cold weather.

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  79. Tova

    Delicious ambiguity!
    Perhaps it’s time we get comfortable with ambiguity, with unsteadiness. It’s part of the path…a critical place.

    Love this blog. And green kitchen stories!

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  80. jaime : the briny

    this pho is gorgeous. i’ve been hearing nothing less than great things about their book.

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  81. Terry Covington

    On the day I found out my job will be changing and I will be taking a large pay cut, the Gilda Radner quotation was perfect, and so is the inspiration to cook something healthy from scratch. Thank you!

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  82. Kristi

    Pho is so soul and belly warming! I have always enjoyed Green Kitchen blog, and yours has come to be a favourite of mine as well. I am not vegetarian or vegan, but I certainly appreciate a wholesome and delicious meal, meat or none. Thank you both for the inspiration…

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  83. Meg

    Your blogs are like soup for my soul.

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  85. Cristel

    I really need to make Pho at home. I often get it when eating out, so delicious!

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  86. Julie

    Yum! That looks amazing and the cookbook looks beautiful.

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  87. Katherine

    This looks so good. I think few foods are more perfect to help beat the winter blues (or a cold) than a big, steaming bowl of pho!

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  88. Rebekah

    I would LOVE a copy!

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  89. Chelsea

    Wow, it sounds (and looks!) like Green Kitchen Travels is the cookbook for me! Your photos and adaptation of this recipe are as beautiful as they look delicious~ stunning! I’m glad to see such genuine recipes being circulated, and inter culturally so. Thank you for sharing!!

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  90. Mari

    Thank you both for the recipe and the link to Green Kitchen — I ended up making this dish right away and spent a good while browsing the rest of their recipes on their blog. Delicious!

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  91. Christina

    Green Kitchen Stories is one of my favorite blogs. I would love to win a copy!

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  92. Erika

    !!!! I always feel left a little wanting when I visit a pho place with friends since I always order the one vegetarian option on the menu and watch my friends slurp their broth while remembering the tastiness I used to enjoy. This version looks deliciously full of vegetarian umami flavor–I’m so excited to try this and other recipes from their gorgeous book! Your photos are like poetry!

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  93. Julia

    I absolutely love Louise’s and David’s work – blog, photography, youtube videos and their books look like something I just need to have on my shelf. And now because of this post I’ll be dreaming about vegetarian pho. I have always been a little bit jealous of meat eaters and their full of flavours pho but now, as soon as I get the ingridients I will make this beautiful dish! Perfect for cozy autumn evenings – imagine eating a bowl of delicious soup under a warm blanket… Ooooh yes :)

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  95. Molly

    I’ve been eyeing pho for a long time , longing for a vegetarian version. This looks great! Thank you for sharing!

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  96. Heather

    I looove pho. My hometown in Canada is strangely known for its Vietnamese food – there are great places to grab pho everywhere so I’m spoiled. It’s super cheap too, which is a bonus. I would love to try making at home though!

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  98. Gillian

    I’ve been looking for a vegetarian pho for a while, and this looks amazing. I’ll have to try it soon.

    Cheers!

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  99. Emily

    That looks amazing! I’ve been wanting to make pho for some time but it always intimidates me, this looks totally doable!

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  100. shell

    Pho is my number one comfort food

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  101. Bhiravi

    This looks so good! I have been searching for a good vegetarian pho recipe for what feels like forever. As a vegetarian, I can hardly ever eat pho when I go out with friends. The few restaurants that make vegetarian versions rarely do it well. To be able to make it at home, well, that would be amazing.

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  102. Sarah

    I’ve been feeling under the weather lately and craving all the best soups I can find– this sounds perfect! Thank you for sharing exactly what I was looking for, and in such beautiful pictures and words.

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  103. Gilda

    Recipes like this keep me still excited by cooking at the age of 85. Thanks for your help.

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  104. Millie | Add A little

    Looks amazing!! I loved the first Green Kitchen Stories cookbook so can only imagine how good this will be!!

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  105. Erin

    Good vegetarian Pho is so hard to come by – this looks absolutely divine!!

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  106. Christi

    May I please be added to your blog list?
    thanks
    Christi

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  107. Jan

    What lovely pictures, and the pho sounds yummy.

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  108. Elizabeth

    Looks great! Love pho and Green Kitchen Stories!

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  109. Melissa cox

    This looks delicious and easy to make! Perfect for a cold winter night

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  110. Emilye lin

    Can’t wait to make this for my vegetarian mum

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  112. Traci

    Thank you for the Gilda Radner quote. Learning to live with ambiguity and embracing uncertainty is one of the hardest parts of being a “grown up.” Whatever that word means.

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  113. Clymela Box

    I love this and the have found out how to get the flavor of Pho-I didn’t realize the amount of spices necessary to get the subtle flavors that I love and could not identify over the years-I grew up with other spices.
    Thank you so much for the work you share with us. I am always looking forward to not only a new recipe but also a quiet loving cultural geography. Oh if only our teachers could have had us prepare food from the region we were discussing!
    Thank you again.

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  114. Andrea

    This looks amazing! Food + travel sounds like it makes for an amazing cookbook!

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  115. joyce

    Love pho and love that this pho is vegeterian. Thanks!

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  116. Jane

    Oh yeah, would definitely dig a copy of this cookbook! We’ve got an adorable Asian girl in our youth group and she’s always telling me Pho is her favorite food. She keeps saying her mom is going to invite us over for a bowl soon, but now maybe we’ll have them for a pot instead 😉

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  117. tiffany

    what a fantastic giveaway – this soup looks DELISH!

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  118. Sarra

    Amazing photos as always, and the recipe looks awesome. Since I am currently on a fast i would love to start solids with an amzing new cookbook, especially since i have been a huge fan of GKS since forever!!

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  119. anne

    thank you for posting this recipe. we made it last night and it made a welcome change from our usual rotation of soups. i never had the courage to try a vegetarian pho on my own, but this one was very approachable, and even open to further interpretation. a really nice place to start. p.s. food52 brought me to your site and i am so pleased to find it!

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  120. felicia | Dish by Dish

    Hey Kels, yes, the world needs so much more sincerity, originality and spunk! This pho looks so comforting – wishing I was back in Asia. Missing these noodle soups that are so common in my homeland, Singapore.. thanks for the trip down memory lane :)

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  121. Chelsea

    Green Kitchen Stories is one of my daily stops. Along with Happyolks! I purchased their first cookbook and was in love not just with the recipes, but with the stories, the photos, and the concept behind their food. I feel that your blog, and you, bring forth many of those same things I love. Beautiful photos that make me salivate, amazing & poignant quotes that make me read great works of literature and poetry, and beautiful, hand-wrought recipes that encourage me to expand my culinary experimentation and bring good food into the world.

    Thank you for sharing your life and food with the people of the world! I know I appreciate it :)

    Can’t wait to try the pho.

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  122. Flora

    Definitely trying this one out tomorrow, looks amazing! :) Just what I was looking for. Thank you for the recipe!

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  123. Erica

    I love their Instagram account and have been wanting a copy of that cookbook! The pho looks great and you photographed it beautifully! cheers!

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  124. Kasey

    As always, you share words I need to hear. I love the idea of a vegetarian pho. Cannot wait to try.

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  125. Colleen

    This looks amazing! Thanks!!

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  126. teva

    This is just the recipe I have been looking for, I could eat pho everyday. Thank you so much for sharing this and introducing what sounds like a great cookbook.

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  127. annie tucker

    I’ve been looking for a pho recipe! this looks amazing, will have to try!!

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  128. Lou

    What kind of veg broth do you use when you don’t have time to make your own? Pho is one of my favorite dishes, but I make it infrequently because all store-bought broth is insipid and homemade isn’t convenient most days.

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    Looks yummy! Can’t wait to try it.

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  132. Beth

    couldn’t be more excited for this book – I’m sure the photos are stunning!

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  133. Cynthia Phinney

    i’ve had wonderful vegetarian pho at Pho Viet Anh when visiting Seattle. The idea of being able to make it at home is wonderful. Not coming from the culture that originated the dish, I could not have begun to guess the flavors that made up the broth. But looking at these ingredients, I think oh yes. This could very well be it!

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  134. Caroline

    I’ve been wanting to make my own pho for such a long time. I love this recipe! Gorgeous!

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  135. Kimberly

    Our family LOVES pho but often find that the recipes include “pork, beef and the like……”My mother has a restricted diet but — little salt via shoyu AND I cannot wait to try ! Thank you for posting.

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  136. Purely Elizabeth

    I love pho but this looks better than any pho I have had! I love the use of some many fresh ingredients. I will definitely have to try to make this sometime since I am always trying new healthy recipes.

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  137. Kathryne

    Gorgeous, Kelsey. I was drawn to that pho, too. Can’t stop flipping through that cookbook, it’s just stunning. Can’t wait to see you soon and congrats on your move! I hope it’s going well. You belong in the mountains. :)

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  138. julia

    thank you, as always, for the inspiration, kelsey. this pho looks simple and comforting – a welcome fall meal.

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  139. Bec

    Yumm! I would love to make this, and serve it up ‘steam-boat’ style in a giant bowl, sharing with my partner. shared meals are the best :)

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  140. Clea

    The ultimate comfort food – delicious! Thank you for the great-looking recipe!

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  141. Claire

    Stunning shots of this amazing dish! I’ve been missing pho since going vegetarian. Can’t wait to try this.

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  143. Le Vo Quynh Nhu

    Please list me on your subscription list, thank you :)

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  144. Julie

    Love Pho. This looks delish, I am going to try it. Thanks!

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  145. Janice

    This looks SO good! Thank you for sharing this recipe. My family will be so happy to try out a new recipe (:

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  146. Nicole

    I really love your pictures! I creates a great visual how the meal is going to look like

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  147. Allison L

    This look delicious! Definitely on my To-Make list!

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  148. madelaine

    thanks for sharing! your pictures and writing are gorgeous and inspiring.

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  149. Austin

    Hey Kels,

    This looks delicious! Saw all the awesome things happening in your life lately. Sending you love & well wishes!!!

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  150. Sarah

    This looks like the perfect thing for a fall day.

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  151. Roy Hansen

    Can’t wait to give this a shot this week. We’ve picked up all the ingredients necessary to make this and are eager to get it put together! Thank you for submitting this!

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  152. Christina

    The pho look amazing and I can’t wait to try it! We’ve had a series of grey days and pho is one of my favorite dishes to warm up.

    Do you have any suggestions of what to do with the “debris” from the broth? Could it be added to a different dish?

    The cookbook looks wonderful as well.

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  153. Emma

    I made your recipe and it was amazing – a definite crowd pleaser for a food lunch coop I have going. So happy you shared this – I’ve tried several of your recipes and they do not disappoint :)

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  154. Susan H

    Oh my goodness.. Mouth is watering. Will be trying this out over the weekend.

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  156. caitlin

    this pho looks outstanding!

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  157. Amaryllis

    Beautiful! I so wish I has a bowl of this right now!

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  158. kimi

    not a vegan, but this is yum!

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  159. Sasha Swerdloff

    Wonderful! I love the richness of the broth and the simplicity of this recipe. So perfectly nourishing for a winter day. Your photos are always inspiring and luminous. Thank you!

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