Bieler's broth recipe

silky bieler’s broth

Warm, rich and silky smooth, this is total comfort food! I had one bowl … went back for seconds … then had a reeeeeally hard time saving the third bowl for my father. (Aw, come on, do I *have* to?)

Tweaked ever so slightly, from a recipe from Food Is Your Best Medicine by Dr. Henry G Bieler, it’s said that this soup increases alkalinity, promotes detoxification and supplies much needed vitamins and minerals.

Nourishing and warming and pretty, pretty green! One’a those things that feel good because it tastes great plus you know that you’re doing something loving and supportive for your beautiful body.

It doesn’t get much better than that now, does it?

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Silky Bieler’s Broth Recipe
(slightly modified for an extra hint of yum!)

  • 2 zucchinis, medium, chopped
  • 2 stalks celery, chopped finely
  • 1 cup green beans, chopped, ends removed
  • fresh parsley leaves, small handful, chopped, stalks removed
  • 1 clove garlic (Chop if you like. I just leave it whole and allow the blender to do whatever it will.)
  • 1 tsp ghee, grass fed
  • 1/2 tsp kosher salt

Got an immersion blender? Do this: 

Steam zucchini, celery and beans over 2 cups filtered water til soft, about 15 minutes. With immersion blender, puree steamed veggies and water with parsley, garlic, ghee and salt until smooth. Serve hot.

Despise immersion blenders? Do this instead:

Steam zucchini, celery and beans over 2 cups filtered water til soft, about 15 minutes. Set aside entire pot (including water) to cool. When room temperature or just slightly warm, pour water into blender or food processor along with parsley, garlic, ghee and salt, blending til well combined. Add steamed veggies and blend til mostly smooth with miniscule chunks. Heat to serve.

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Special thanks to Kat, for introducing me to this magical thing!

Bieler's broth recipe

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