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 stock or broth makes it irresistible! I can drink this […]
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 Soup fits the bill! It is light and refreshing and […]
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 cold water and serve cold. But since it is cold […]
On SCD and GAPS the challenge is to make a thick, nutrient dense starch-free gravy which tastes good, without additives.
With the cooler nights and shorter days, comes the last harvest of my tomatoes. I had so many all at once I decided to make tomato soup. Though it was never a favorite of mine, I set out to create a version that did not taste like Campbell’s — and I did. I think you […]
Egg drop soup – literally meaning – egg flower soup, has become my breakfast during the Detox Challenge and I am loving it! This Paleo Egg Drop Soup is fine for GAPS Intro Stage 2 if you leave out the seasoning and scallion and by Stage 3, you are good to go with the full […]