If you have the book this info would start at about page 18. But since you are asking for the recipe I am lead to believe you don't have the book. If you follow the recipe given below and you haven't eaten in almost 30 days you are going to think this soup is the best you have ever tasted! LOL! Also here is some very necessary information taken from the book you will need to know:
HOW TO BREAK THE Lemonade Diet
Coming off the Lemonade Diet
properly is highly important—please follow the directions very carefully. After living in a semi-tropical and tropical climate for many years, I find that people have increasingly turned to a raw fruit, nut, and vegetable diet. Following is the schedule for people who normally follow such a natural vegetarian diet:
FIRST AND SECOND DAY AFTER DIET:
Several 8 ox. Glasses of fresh orange juice as desired during the day.
The orange juice prepares the digestive system to properly digest and
assimilate regular food. Drink it slowly. If there has been any
digestive difficulty prior to or during the change over, extra water
may be taken with the orange juice.
Orange juice in the morning. Raw fruit for lunch. Fruit or raw
vegetable salad at night. You are now ready to eat normally. For
those who have characteristically lived the unnatural way of meat,
milk, refined and devitalized food, it may be best to change over as
follows, gradually adopting the raw fruit, nut, and vegetable diet:
Several 8 oz.
Glasses of fresh orange juice as desired during the day.
Drink it slowly.
Drink several 8 oz.
Glasses of orange juice during the day—with extra
water, if needed. Some time during the afternoon, prepare a vegetable
soup (no canned soup) as follows:
RECIPE FOR VEGETABLE SOUP
Use several kinds of vegetables, perhaps one or two kinds of legumes, potatoes, celery, carrots, green vegetable tops, onion, etc. Dehydrated vegetables or vegetable soup powders may be added for extra flavor. Okra or okra powder, chili, curry, cayenne (red pepper), tomatoes, green peppers, and zucchini squash may be included to good advantage. Brown rice may be used, but no meat or meat stock. Other spices may be added (delicately) for flavor. Use salt delicately as a limited amount of salt is necessary. Learn to enjoy the natural flavor of the vegetables. The less cooking the better.
Have this soup for the evening meal using the broth mostly, although some of the vegetables may be eaten. Rye wafers may be eaten sparingly with the soup, but no bread or crackers.
Drink orange juice in the morning. At noon have some more soup: enough may be made the night before and put in the refrigerator. For the evening meal eat whatever is desired in the from of vegetables, salads, or fruit. No meat, fish, or eggs; no bread, pastries, tea coffee, or milk. Milk is highly mucus-forming and tends to develop toxins throughout the body.
(Milk, being a predigested food, has been known to cause various complications in the stomach and colon, such as cramps and convulsions. The calcium in milk is difficult to assimilate and may cause toxins in the form of rheumatic fever, arthritis, neuritis, and bursitis. The resulting lack of proper digestion and assimilation of the calcium allows it to go into the blood stream in a free form and it is deposited in the tissues, cells, and joints where it can cause intense pain and suffering.)
Normal eating may be resumed, but best health will be retained if the morning meal consists of our type of lemonade or fruit juice: and, of course, if a strictly fruit, vegetable, seed and berry diet is followed. If, after eating is resumed, distress or gas occurs, it is suggested that the Lemonade Diet
be continued for several more days until the system is ready for food.