It's a rainy soup kind of day!
A typical recipe for one of my vegetable soups, although it varies on what's growing and what I can get local etc...
4 cups of broth of your choice. I try and use a bone broth either chicken, grass fed beef, or venison.
Approx. 3 cups of filtered water
Various seasonal vegetables sliced & chopped. I always try to include cruciferous veges like cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, Brussels sprouts etc...
As many fresh herbs/dried herbs the better. In my opinion the more the merrier. Today I had all the spices I had left from the farmers market sage, tarragon, basil, rosemary, thyme, Bay leaf. Use one ore more. All herbs are so good for you and add incredible nutrition & taste.
Add a good sea salt or Himalayan pink salt. Typically about 1 teaspoon.
A couple cloves of chopped Garlic. (I always try to include garlic & onions in my soup for the nutrition)
pretty much add coconut oil to everything. In a big pot of soup like this about 1 tablespoon. It helps with taste and helps fat soluble vitamins actually absorb amongst other things.
I added sunflower petals to this pot as well! Ps I typically add the kale leaves half way through but it does fine the whole time as well. Crock pot on high for 4 hours. Viola!