Recipe Review: Onion Gravy

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I bought Elaine Gottschall's Breaking the Vicious Cycle: Intestinal Health Through Diet because it specifically discusses healing ulcerative colitis and it seems like another resource to learn about this healing way of eating.  I was surprised to see all the recipes contained in it.

I am on Intro, Day One of Stage Two.  And Onion Gravy is okay for intro!

Hubby made a roast in the crockpot today, with an onion, carrots, celery and garlic cloves [affiliate link].  The recipe is very simple, and I think a nice substitution for gravy.

Basically you just take one cup of stock with one cup of cooked onion and blend it up.  I put the whole cooked onion into my blender, then added about half cup of the stock.  I like the little bits and dribs and drabs in the stock so I didn't want to thoroughly blend it all up. You might want to blend the whole cup of stock.

Anyway, that's it.  It was moderately thick, and seemed to separate a bit on my plate after a few minutes.  But all in all, I think a good substitute for gravy.

Let me know if you try it.

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