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Buddha Bowl - Ultimate Bowl For Noodles, Soup or Rice

Buddha Bowl - Ultimate Bowl For Noodles, Soup or Rice

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The temperatures are getting cooler now as we head into the fall and winter months and that must mean soup season is starting soon. Who doesn't love soup, right? Well, I found the ultimate bowl that is not only great for hearty winter soups, but also for noodles, rice, ice cream, cereal and even coffee or hot cocoa. This incredible multi-function bowl is called the Buddha Bowl and it's designed to rest naturally in the palm of your hand. When you combine soothing colors (olive, pacific, aubergine, black bean, and tofu), a comfortable shape, mmmm, soup and dishwasher safe ceramic, you truly will be in a tranquil moment of zen.

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