29 Tasty Dairy-Free Soups That'll Soothe Your Soul

Whether you’re dairy-free, lactose intolerant, or just looking to try something new.

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Ramen Noodle Soup

Ramen Noodle Soup

A classic staple turned vegan. Get the recipe here.

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Italian Wedding Soup

Italian Wedding Soup

For fancy occasions (like a wedding) or not. Get the recipe here.

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Vegetable “Bone” Broth

Vegetable "Bone" Broth

Who says you can't get the health benefits of “real” bone broth from vegetables?
The mushrooms, veggies, and spices give this broth a nutritious boost. Get the recipe here.

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Creamy Arugula Soup

Creamy Arugula Soup

If you like the peppery flavor of arugula, you'll love this soup. Get the recipe here.

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Slow Cooker Black Bean Soup

Slow Cooker Black Bean Soup

This super-frugal recipe calls for dry, uncooked black beans and will cost you less than $5 to purchase all of the ingredients. Get the recipe here.

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Butternut Squash Soup

Butternut Squash Soup

A classic soup, veganized. Get the recipe here.

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Celery Root Soup

Celery Root Soup

If you've never cooked with celeriac before, get on it! The taste is one in a million (but a bit strong if you're not a fan of celery — fair warning!). Get the recipe here.

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Lemon Lentil Soup

Lemon Lentil Soup

Tangy and savory. Get the recipe here.

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Rosemary White Bean Soup

Rosemary White Bean Soup

This tasty soup is the ultimate comfort food. Get the recipe here.

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Golden Lentil and Spinach Soup

Golden Lentil and Spinach Soup

Feel free to choose the vegetables you want for this one. Get the recipe here.

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19 Servers Who Failed So Hard They Won

Ouch.

Let’s be clear: SERVERS WORK HARD AND ARE BASICALLY SUPERHEROES. But even superheroes fail — and it’s hilarious.

Let's be clear: SERVERS WORK HARD AND ARE BASICALLY SUPERHEROES. But even superheroes fail — and it's hilarious.

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This server, who got a bad customer evaluation:

This server, who got a bad customer evaluation:

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This server, who dropped her tray:

This server, who dropped her tray:

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And this server, who dropped her tray AND her money:

And this server, who dropped her tray AND her money:

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This server’s interesting spelling of the word “squash”

This server's interesting spelling of the word "squash"

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And this server has an interesting way of spelling “birthday”:

And this server has an interesting way of spelling "birthday":

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This server delivered this to a table:

This server delivered this to a table:

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This server dropped espresso packets in the potatoes:

This server dropped espresso packets in the potatoes:

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This server handed the chef this ticket and expected them to understand it:

This server handed the chef this ticket and expected them to understand it:

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This server dropped sugar and left a looooooong trail of it:

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This server, who seems to have fallen while trying to wash dishes:

This server, who seems to have fallen while trying to wash dishes:

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This server dropped her table’s to-go box just five minutes before closing:

This server dropped her table's to-go box just five minutes before closing:

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This server dropped a whole bucket of ice:

This server dropped a whole bucket of ice:

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And this server broke a planter:

And this server broke a planter:

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This server should stay away from sharp objects:

This server should stay away from sharp objects:

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This server charged customers $2.29 for “sluts” (???):

This server charged customers $2.29 for "sluts" (???):

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This server dropped a shitload of ketchup:

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And this server dropped a shitload of silverware:

And this server dropped a shitload of silverware:

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This served accidentally divided the bill into 20, instead of two.

This served accidentally divided the bill into 20, instead of two.

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And last but not least, server who failed and is unfazed:

And last but not least, server who failed and is unfazed:

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Gordon Ramsay Got A Haircut, Now Looks Like The Last Guy Who Ghosted Me

*increases brightness on iPhone*

This week, Gordon Ramsay is preparing for the grand opening of his first-ever Hell’s Kitchen-themed restaurant at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas.

This week, Gordon Ramsay is preparing for the grand opening of his first-ever Hell’s Kitchen-themed restaurant at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas.

Its formal grand opening is on January 26. You can make reservations here.

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To ready himself for all the photo opps to come, Ramsay also got a haircut.

To ready himself for all the photo opps to come, Ramsay also got a haircut.

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🚨 ISSA FADE, Y’ALL: 🚨

🚨 ISSA FADE, Y'ALL: 🚨

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Is it me or are the sides a little… aggressive??? ¯_(ツ)_/¯

Is it me or are the sides a little... aggressive??? ¯_(ツ)_/¯

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Here he is, legit looking like the last guy who ghosted me:

Here he is, legit looking like the last guy who ghosted me:

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Here he is again, with dozens of employees he recruited with a single “u up” text.

Here he is again, with dozens of employees he recruited with a single "u up" text.

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(But BTW, Gordon has actually been married to Tana Ramsay for 21 years, and is probably just going through an awkward hair phase.)

(But BTW, Gordon has actually been married to Tana Ramsay for 21 years, and is probably just going through an awkward hair phase.)

The aggressive fade should grow out in time for the actual opening.

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23 Dishes That Help Some People Feel Less Homesick

The power of food!

Spam musubi makes some feel closer to Hawaii.

“I was born in Hawaii but moved to Seattle when I was three. Ever since, I've always loved to eat classic Hawaiian food like spam musubi, saimin, and Portuguese sausage.” —aerynb2

Instagram: @mishxcindy

Others like to eat anything their mom makes, even if it’s a ~mysterious~ recipe.

“My mother can cook three meals. Beef stew, baked ziti, and chicken surprise. You don’t want to know what’s in the chicken surprise, but not knowing is what makes it feel like home.” —luken4b6dbefbe

Instagram: @tomatoes_tomahtos

Baklava reminds some people of their grandmothers.

“Whenever I miss home, I eat baklava. My family is Greek, and every Christmas my Yiayia (grandmother) would always make baklava.” —ItsOliBoi

Instagram: @santorini

With every bite, Guatemalan rellenitos can make some feel like they’re back in the Central American country.

With every bite, Guatemalan rellenitos can make some feel like they're back in the Central American country.

“It's a fried ball of plantains filled with sweet, black, refried beans. It can be topped with sugar or cream.” —meganrothwell

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Tea and biscuits are among the things that make Londoners feel nostalgic.

“I moved from London to Los Angeles, and every time I'm feeling homesick, I either have sausages with mash, peas and gravy, or I have a cup of tea and a couple chocolate digestives.” —nikkije

Instagram: @maiprettylittlething_n_squares

Chicken soup with glass noodles brings some Filipinos back to the Philippines.

“My papa makes this chicken soup with glass noodles that I love so much. I would pour the broth on top of a pile of rice and just devour it. I have made it myself, it's simple enough, but there's something special when he makes it. When I go home to the Philippines I always ask him to cook for me.” —dynb

Instagram: @danskie_eats

People from Rochester, NY, would agree that nothing tastes like home like a garbage plate does.

“Garbage plates! I live in Rochester, NY, and garbage plates are the perfect regional food.” —emilyl4cdaf24ea

Instagram: @eatslaylove

Some recipes can make you feel closer to people that are no longer around.

“My grandmother's potato soup. It has been my favorite since I was a kid, and when I got older I started making it with her. She is the reason I developed my passion for cooking. So now, whenever I want to feel close to her, I make some of her soup, and I'm right back in her house!” —kaylaph

Instagram: @onceuponachef

Mom snacks > any other snacks.

“Chex Mix! My mom makes it for every occasion. I don't know why hers is so much better than anyone else's, since she just uses the recipe off the cereal box, but it is. When I moved 300 miles away, she gifted me a huge green tupperware bowl, and the recipe card cut off the box so I could make it just like hers. Now that I live 1,300 miles away, it's the one thing that most reminds me of home.” —mpiquette1983

Instagram: @sparethyme_pics

Some chain restaurants are responsible for making people feel less homesick.

“I’ve been going to Panera since it first started as St. Louis Bread Company in the '90s. When I moved across the country, from St. Louis to Boston, Panera was my go to place when I was feeling homesick! Even the smell brought me back home.” —jodiecoxs

Instagram: @panerabread

Like Skyline Chili’s spaghetti covered in cheese and chili.

“Skyline Chili! Nothing tastes like Northern Kentucky like a big bowl of spaghetti covered in chili and cheese. I keep a stock of Skyline at all times in Minnesota, and have introduced my friends up here to Skyline too.” —kempermckenzie

Instagram: @officialskylinechili

Crab cakes are the stuff people Marylanders dream about.

“I currently live in Germany and my only plan when going home for the holidays involves stuffing my face with as many crab cakes as I possibly can.” —stephaniemcox

Instagram: @kitchencraycafe

Sometimes, your family’s salsa recipe can make a tiny New York apartment feel like Phoenix, Arizona.

“I’m originally from Arizona, but moved to NYC eight years ago. Whenever I need a pick me up, I make our family salsa. It requires ingredients that my mom sends me from Phoenix, because I can’t find them here (even in Queens).” —amyd41

Instagram: @brimckoy

Kansas City BBQ is a wonderful thing, unless you’re far from home, of course.

“I'm from just outside Kansas City, but lived in London for a long time. I missed a lot of foods, but worst of all was good peanut butter, hot tamales, and BBQ. The peanut butter and hot tamales issue was easily solved by my parents sending me care packages, but the BBQ was next to impossible. When I actually found a proper Kansas City-style BBQ place in London, I nearly cried. The owner was even from my hometown!” —fredzesty

Instagram: @all

Rougail Saucisse is a special dish for the people of Reunion Island.

“I live in Toulouse, France, now and I miss it so bad. It's from Reunion Island, a French Island in the Indian Ocean. It's simple yet so good.
I've tried it in restaurant here in Toulouse, but it's not the same. It's kind of cliché, but mom's is the best!” —fredericklauret13

Instagram: @sylv1abl

Bread with a piece of quark cheese is a Polish favorite.

“Bread. I'm Polish and whenever I would travel somewhere far with very different flavours (think: China, Brazil), the thing I would miss the most was bread. Whole grained, sourdough, fresh bread. Preferably with a piece of quark cheese. Surprisingly I don't eat that combination very often, it's just a taste that is totally unavailable far away.” —asloska

Instagram: @myzorki

Australia is far, far away, but there are a couple of foods that can make you feel closer to the land down under.

“I'm from Australia and live in America (New England). Whenever I'm home, which is usually once every two years, I go wild for all the good things I can't get in New England, such as decent coffee, good fish and chips (with battered flake or King George Whiting), Twisties, Arnotts Shapes, Natural Confectionary Co. Lollies, Pascall marshmallows (the best kind), and my mum's roasts.” —l4a2f7441e

Instagram: @mercxbeaucoup

Cheese wiz sandwiches remind some people of their childhood.

“It sounds disgusting, but literally a cheese wiz sandwich. Cheese wiz on white bread. My mom loves cheese wiz and would always make me a cheese wiz sandwich if we were really out of stuff to pack for lunch. I don't think she realized how much I loved them.” —sarahdangere

Instagram: @bradandramanmakefood

Seasoning that tastes like home? If you’re from the Chesapeake Bay area, you know you always have Old Bay on deck.

“I'm from the Chesapeake Bay area and I always have Old Bay seasoning for when I get nostalgic! It goes with basically everything and it tastes like home.” —lailak472784583

Instagram: @oldbay_seasoning

Some dishes just have the power to make you feel better.

“My dad's goulash. It's a recipe I grew up with: ground beef, home canned tomatoes, diced onions, and spaghetti noodles. It's super easy to make and was easy to stretch to feed a big family like the one he grew up in. When I moved half way across the country after college, I'd make a pot to remind me of home. It's still my go-to if I'm sick and want to feel better instantly.” —a4e923f2c7

Instagram: @stephzhao

Nothing says “I’m home,” like tater tots and American candy.

“I’m from the US but I live in Ireland. Surprisingly it’s the only potato snack in existence they didn’t have until very recently. We found 'hash brown balls' once or twice in the past few years. They also just started serving them at Eddie Rockets (which is an Irish Johnny Rockets). Sometimes I’ll also buy myself something severely overpriced from the American candy shop.” —erinwilson1996

Instagram: @foodieproblemz

Choclate can cure many things, especially when found in brigadeiros.

“I am from Brazil and I live in the U.S. Every time I miss my family and friends, I make brigadeiros! It’s chocolate so it helps even more!” —lulisc

Instagram: @dentrodafesta

And some people really miss their hometown’s food — but that’s about the only thing they miss from home.

“Some good ol' Texas BBQ. I don't miss the racism, but I do miss the food.” —cbentley0814

Instagram: @instagramtexas

Some responses have been lightly edited and condensed for clarity.

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