Soups appropriate for Real Food, Ancestral, Grain-Free, Weston Price, SCD, GAPS, Paleo, Primal and diets

Recipe: Instant Pot Chicken Feet Broth (Paleo, SCD, GAPS, AIP) post image

I went to make some Ginger Squash Soup because I had an abundance of cooked squash, but I realized I did not have any chicken broth left... Instant Pot to the rescue! I usually brew chicken broth overnight in the crock pot after I make… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Ginger Winter Squash Soup (Paleo, AIP, SCD, GAPS) post image

I'm loving the fact that it has gotten much easier and cheaper to source organic winter squash. Winter squash is number 22 (continuing after the dirty dozen) from EWG, therefore I try to buy as much organic squash as I can if it is reasonable… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Kohlrabi Soup (Paleo, GAPS, AIP)

Recipe: Kohlrabi Soup (Paleo, GAPS, AIP) post image

Have you seen kohlrabi in the market? It is a root vegetable that looks like a cross between a martian and a turnip. I was able to source organic kohlrabi at the Farmer's Market this weekend and thought I would put it in soup! Kohlrabi… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Creamy Paleo White Velvet Soup (SCD, GAPS) post image

While we are told to avoid eating things that are white because they do not have much nutrition – this mainly refers to white sugar, white four and white salt. I certainly avoid those whites, but there are many other white edibles that are totally… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Parsnip Soup (Paleo, SCD, GAPS, AIP) post image

While it is still kind of hot for you to be thinking of soup, fall is right around the corner and I am looking forward to warding off a chilly day with a deeply nourishing and satisfying soup. Now is the time to take advantage… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Ever Changing Soup (Paleo, SCD, GAPS) post image

This time of year is a very busy time in  the garden. Even if you have just a small vegetable garden you are starting to get a lot of produce. If you are in a CSA, you are getting a lot of produce. What to… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Spring Soup (Paleo, SCD, GAPS, AIP) post image

I guess I can tentatively say that spring is finally here. I see many of my plants coming back after a long hard winter. Exciting! I was even more excited when I saw that my parsley and chives were already in nice bunches! Perfect for… Click to Continue →

Nourishing Broth: Book Review and Recipe! post image

As we age, the body's production of collagen slows down - which is why making sure you get plenty of collagen in your diet is the best anti-aging strategy you can have. You can take expensive supplements for this, but the cheapest and the best… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Chicken Feet Broth

Recipe: Chicken Feet Broth post image

Chicken feet broth is made by simply adding chicken feet to filtered water with onion, celery and carrots. This makes a nutrient dense, collagen and gelatin rich broth that can be eaten as is, or used as the basis for wonderful soups and gravies. My… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Sorrel Greens Soup (Paleo, GAPS, SCD) post image

With the cooler weather coming in I wanted to use up all the greens still growing in my garden. I had planted a small patch of sorrel in the spring and I have gotten several bunches from it. There is was, growing back again and… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Watercress Soup From Beyond Broth

Recipe: Watercress Soup From Beyond Broth post image

Homemade broth and soups are among the most nutrient dense foods to eat. Using the bones (and meat) from pasture raised animals raises it up to the best possible quality. Making homemade stocks and basic is very simple and then making tasty soups from that… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Chilled Avocado Cucumber Soup post image

No one in my house wants to drink hot soup in summer. But I want us to get the benefits of drinking my fantastic chicken broth that is loaded with collagen and gelatin. The solution is to make some cold summer soups! This Avocado Cucumber… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Asian Spiced Daikon Mushroom Soup post image

Raphanus sativus or daikon radish is a winter root vegetable. The word daikon literally means large root. Daikon is a large white carrot shaped root that you may have seen in the market and wondered about. Daikon has a slightly sharp taste and a crisp… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Roasted Asparagus Soup (Paleo Pals) post image

My Paleo Pal this month is Maggie, who blogs at m=1. She sent me a bunch of beautiful asparagus. This month I sent her leeks. Check out what she did with them! Generally, I simply blanch asparagus quickly for 5 minutes then run them under… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Nutrient Dense Starch-Free Gravy — SCD, GAPS post image

At this time of year, savory meats and poultry are on the menu. Before I went grain-free it was easy to make a gravy from a commercial mix. Of course, it had none of the nutrient benefits of a real bone broth and it was… Click to Continue →