Comfort food is not only 'good for the soul' - this recipe is a great source of Omega 3 fatty acids - glutamine from the bone broth good source of vitamins and minerals.
Take this recipe to the next level by using bone broth. It is often available at health food stores or butcher shops – if you’d like to make it yourself – see recipe https://glendabritton.com/recipe/bone-broth/
Freeze leftovers for up to 3 months. Before serving, defrost stew in the refrigerator for 24 hours and then gently reheat on the stove over medium-low heat until hot.
Serve with a loaf of all-natural sourdough bread!
Avoid Pad Thai take-out and enjoy this version which is much healthier - with better fats and well-sourced protein. Load it up with vegetables or serve with a big salad to make this family favourite even more nutritious!
The benefits of saffron as an antidepressant are well-documented. According to research saffron may also help prevent snacking by curbing your appetite.
This beautiful salad is simple to make, super delicious & nutritious. Make a big batch as it keeps in the fridge for a few days.
You can change up the veggies to whatever you have in the fridge, ie. broccoli, cauliflower, celery, zucchini spirals...
NOTE: I used a raw beet in the salad pictured here - that's why it's pink!
One of the best ways of staying healthy is to look after the good bacteria in your gut by eating fermented foods. Like most fermented foods from alcohol to sauerkraut, tempeh is an acquired taste. Give it a try! - Serve this recipe alongside your favourite saucy asian vegetable dish.
Chicken liver is one of the healthiest foods on the planet. Great source of iron and certain B Vitamins including Vitamin B12. Making it a great choice for boosting energy. It's also a good source of Vitamin A which helps with wound healing and eye health. It also contains CoQ10 a powerful antioxidant.
Bone broth can be frozen and used later instead of water to make grains, soups and stews. Keeps in the freezer for up to 6 months.
I like to cook the broth all day for one day then place in a cool spot (garage/bucket of ice/refrigerator) over night then cook it for another day.