I’m going to show you how to make delicious, nutritious soups, drinks and snacks. You won’t be bored or bummed out that there is no lunch in the list!
Here are some tips that will help you. First make sure you have a large onion, 2 large carrots, 4 stalks of celery, and 4 carrots. Cut up the tomatoes and other vegetables that you are going to use. Throw them all into a large pot with 6 cups of filtered water. Add a bit of salt to taste. Let this stuff simmer for at least 6-8 hours. (I like 7 or 8) After it’s simmering for a while, you can pickle the vegetables by setting them in a glass jar. After it’s been in the fridge for a couple of days you can make a clean must (mashed potatoes is my favorite). When you pickle something, you will end up with salad-like texture. That’s how I like it.
Green veggie soup is a great recipe to use for all the family. It takes only 15 minutes to make and everyone loves it.
Ingredients: – 2 c. green beans – 2 c. Broccoli – 1 c. Broccoli – 1 c. Carrot – 2 c. celery – 1 c. potato
Insulin Resistance Friendly Recipe: – 2 c. fresh green beans – 1 c. fresh asparagus – 1 c. yellow bell pepper – 1 c. orange – 1 c. Cucumber – 2 cabbage
If you have a juicer, then you can have asparagus as a side dish instead of rice. Carrots are so popular and easy to grow. Try growing them in your yard once a week. They grow quickly once you remove the weeds. Remove as much as you can use, then it’s ready to go. Chop up the vegetables, hand mix them, and then add them to your juicer. That’s it! You’d be amazed at how good some of that stuff tastes.
Once you get a juicer you can experiment with many different flavors. I’m sure you can come up with many different drinks and even recipes that use these vegetables.
Ounce for ounce, fresh vegetables contain more vitamins than the juice in a 16-ounce glass of juice. Fresh vegetables also contain the fiber that helps prevent constipation. If you’re trying to lose weight, juicing is a great option. Fresh vegetables are hard to pass up when assisting in the cleansing of the colon. All of the fiber found in vegetables is great for digestion. It does not separate the body fibers from the juice as other fruits do. This allows for the absorption of other more important nutrients.