Soups

Making SoupSoups are quick, easy and very nutritious – especially in the winter when your body is craving warming foods.  A good friend of mine wrote an entire book just on soup recipes and you will see the link below.  Bone broths are the best bases to use for your soups  but I do not recommend the store bought kind – they often are not made from grassfed cows so the nutrients are very different for the beef and they never taste as good.  I recommend making your own  from beef (grassfed cows), chicken, turkey bones, etc.   If you are like me, and sometimes run low on time – I also keep some in my freezer from the farm as a backup.

I have included a link to the farm below.  There is a membership fee and several pickup points.  I pick up in Deptford, NJ.

Published by Jennifer Miner

Jennifer is a Holistic Health Practitioner. She uses a muscle testing technique to bioenergetically assess the bodies needs to create a designed clinical nutrition program for nutrients and detoxification. She is a wife, mother, philanthropist and a chapter leader for Weston A. Price who has a passion for health and wellness. Before her experience with nutrition, Jennifer struggled with several health issues, was on many daily medications and was facing hormone therapy at the age of 35. Since having a nutrition program that was designed specifically for her and detoxifying her body, she has been free of all drugs (prescription and over-the-counter) with no imbalances at all. It was truly a life change she feels blessed to passionately share with others.

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