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Leek & Beet Top Soup – Good Hot or Cold

Leek & Beet Top Soup

It’s June here where I live, and it’s hot out. Thankfully we have a wonderful air conditioning unit which keeps it nice and cool inside our home.  My mom has been with us going on 10 months and today she told me she was thankful for her cool room.  But I digress… even … click here to continue reading Leek & Beet Top Soup – Good Hot or Cold

Recipe: Delicious Crock Pot Spaghetti Sauce “Soup”

Spaghetti Sauce Soup Recipe

UPDATE: Beginning Tuesday January 21st, I have a new e-book available. It’s on sale for just $3.97 (regular price $9.97) until February 4th, 2014 and this recipe is included. It’s a Community Cookbook. There are 52 winter soup recipes and 24 are GAPS Legal as written (more easily modified). Check my sales page to … click here to continue reading Recipe: Delicious Crock Pot Spaghetti Sauce “Soup”

Yellow Crookneck Squash and Pea Soup

Yellow Crookneck Squash and Pea Soup

One of my coworkers shared the ingredients for a soup she likes to make during the summer. The recipe was given to her by a friend many decades ago.

It is meant to be served cold and I got curious, wondering if there was a proper term for cold soup.  We’ve all heard … click here to continue reading Yellow Crookneck Squash and Pea Soup

Get Started On GAPS With This Easy Pot of Soup

Easy Delicious Pot of Soup

Dr. Natasha outlines the GAPS nutritional protocol on her website and gives a recipe for Introduction Soup, I’m going to convert that recipe into standard recipe format to make it easier to get started.

Please note there is a difference between meat stock and bone broth. Many people coming to GAPS assume they … click here to continue reading Get Started On GAPS With This Easy Pot of Soup

Recipe: Cod Fish and Mushroom Soup

Cod Fish and Mushroom Soup

This soup is suitable for Introduction, Stage One.

Cod Fish and Mushroom Soup

1/2 cup scallions (or onions) finely chopped 8 ounces baby portabella mushrooms, sliced thin 1 cup clear broth 2 cups meat stock (stock which includes the “soft bits” blended well or you can just use clear broth) 1 pound boneless … click here to continue reading Recipe: Cod Fish and Mushroom Soup

Recipe: Mushroom Onion Gravy Gluten Free Dairy Free

Mushroom Onion Gravy

One of the things that worried me, and worries many people is the question of how to make gravy on GAPS.  No typical thickeners are allowed.  The more usual ones: cornstarch or flour are on the no-no list, but the unusual items like agar agar, arrowroot, and potato starch are, too!

Does a GAPSter just … click here to continue reading Recipe: Mushroom Onion Gravy Gluten Free Dairy Free

Recipe: My Husband's Best Chili

My Husband's Best Chili

My Husband’s Best Chili

2 pounds small white beans, dried 3 pounds round beef 2 large onions, coarsely chopped 1/2 green bell pepper, chopped fine 6 stalks of celery, sliced 1 yellow hot pepper, sliced 3 – 14.5 ounce diced tomatoes 1 -8 ounce can tomato sauce 4 cups … click here to continue reading Recipe: My Husband’s Best Chili

Recipe: Chicken Soup Dh's Version

My hubby makes some killer chicken stock. He makes some great soups, too. Here is one recipe of his:

4 cups chicken stock 1 half previously cooked chicken breast, diced 2 carrots, sliced 1/2 cup celery 1/2 cup onion 1/2 chopped zucchini squash (optional) 1 cup chopped cabbage 3 cloves garlic, … click here to continue reading Recipe: Chicken Soup Dh’s Version