The Healing Broth – Recipe of the Month

This recipe is by Nina. She is a magician in the kitchen! More of her recipes: Nina’s Healthy Kitchen

Liquid Magic Healing Broth 

I’m sure this healing power drink can help you in so many ways.
Amazing, gut healing, skin glowing & super booster broth. Let me ask you:

*Have you ever felt like your gut needed healing?
*Do you sometimes feel bloated, constipated, or other sensations in your intestines that are making your tummy uncomfortable?
*Have you ever felt like your skin is not reaching its full potential?
*Do you get cravings for things you know are not good fuel for your body?

Well, this healing broth can do wonders for you! Add a cup of this in your daily diet. Either you drink it by itself, or you add it in a soup, etc.

This is liquid magic!
What makes this broth so amazing?
There are several ways of making broth. The traditional way is to use animal bones.
There are however so many more ways these days to make broth which will get you all the amazing effects without the need to kill any animal. And I must say – I`m a fan of this!

The key ingredients and combination in this broth which makes this so amazing are:

– Coconut oil
– Shitake mushrooms
– Wakame seaweed

Ingredients (pr. 3-liter water):

1 tbs coconut oil
1 red onion
1 chili
1 inch ginger
1 cup leafy greens; cabbage, etc.
1 litre chopped veggies (use what you have)
Carrot
Red cabbage
Fennel
Leeks
Celery
1⁄2 cup of shitake mushrooms
30 gram wakame seaweed
1 tbsp pepper corns
2 tbsp turmeric
1 bunch fresh coriander
2 bay leaves

How To Make The Broth

1. Prepare your veggies: wash them, cut away anything that looks harsh, but leave the skin, roots, and leaves. Cut everything in chunks.

2. Use ice-cold water to make the veggies keep their form. You don’t want the veggies dissolving so much that it affects the clarity of the broth. So, put the water in the fridge before using it.

3. Add the water to a large casserole with a lid.

4. Add all the ingredients while the water is cold.

5. Bring it to a boil, then lower the heat and let it simmer on low heat for about 3- 4 hours.

6. When done, let it cool down, drain the broth from the veggies. Put it in small containers and place it in the freezer. It can also be stored in the fridge for about 1 week in an airtight glass.

I hope this will be a healthy key for you as well. Enjoy.

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