This hearty soup is a perfect meal for seafood lovers. You can choose the type of seafood you prefer so feel free to use mussels or scallops instead of the prawns or squid. You can make the stock using organic vegetable broth powder if you like.
A good chicken soup is deliciously nourishing and good for the soul. It's one of my favourite things to have on a cold day. I usually make a large pot of soup and then freeze portion sizes so it can be popped in the fridge to defrost overnight ready to heat up when I'm tired after the day and just want to be nurtured. Team it with a slice or two of keto bread or a seeded bread, if you're extra hungry. It's a family favourite.
I was inspired to develop this recipe after my partner and I started a low carb diet, and also when a patient shared a recipe for a keto mug muffin. I didn't fancy having to mix up the muffin ingredients every day so I worked on the recipe to create a good loaf that can be kept in the fridge. It's gluten free, dairy free and keto friendly. Be sure to use fresh ingredients and store the leftover LSA and almond meal in the fridge to keep them fresh.
Seeds offer all manner of health benefits including essential fatty acids and soluble fibre. Linseeds (flaxseed) are also a good source of inulin, a type of fibre that feeds beneficial gut bacteria. Menopause symptoms may be reduced by eating daily linseeds due to important phytoestrogen compounds they contain. These crackers are an excellent health food for everyone and can be topped with goats' cheese, my ABC Nut Spread as I have here, cashew cheese, tapenade or dips. Or simply enjoy them as they are.
This is a lovely spread that far surpasses the unhealthy version of hazelnut chocolate spread in the supermarkets. You can use raw unsalted macadamia nuts or more roasted hazelnuts instead of almonds if you like. This recipe is made to my taste and you might like to make it sweeter or more chocolatey. I love to have this on a slice of gluten free sourdough toast with my protein + berry smoothie at brekky.
I was making this soup and thinking that Jewish people have known the nourishing and nurturing benefits of a good bone broth for centuries. You may or may not have heard of late how good bone broths are for you, especially for gut disorders. A great cookbook to look at for further broths (stocks) is Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon. This is my recipe for you to try. (Just a little note on bone broths - if you have histamine intolerance then bone broth won't be suitable for you.)