Healthy Soup Recipes – How To Cook & Choose Organic Ingredients


Healthy Soup Recipes

Soup is a patrician food of choice for a number of reasons. The first is that soup is a liquid food, meaning you get hydration and nutrition at the same time. The second is that it’s full of nutrition and can help with a plethora of health conditions. This guide focuses on the healthy soup recipes that you can cook with your own hands. Not all soup is good for your health, because many pre-fab soups that you can buy at the supermarket are only “tasty” and contain zero nutritious value and vitamins/minerals.

Healthy Soup Recipes
Healthy Soup Recipes

These recipes will help you decrease the symptoms of cold or flu and they can also serve as preventive foods, therefore you don’t get sick in the first place. Soups are easy to consume in all seasons – you can eat healthy soup to stay warm in the winter and hydrated in the summer. If you don’t want to rely on canned soups, take a look at some of the soup recipes below:

What Do You Need And How To Cook Healthy Soup?

Chicken Soup

The most popular premium choice for healthy soup is chicken soup. To start with, you’re going to need chicken. Chickens are available at butchers or supermarkets where they sell them cooked or frozen – usually, you can pick up a frozen chick for a few dollars. Then pick up a few bits of celery, carrots, and onions – these are the most essential ingredients. You can’t make a good tasting soup without carrots and celery, and the onions add extra flavor.

Healthy chicken soup
Chicken Soup

Now, take out a big soup put that will fit your chicken, place it inside and fill the pot with cold water. Clean up the celery, and chop it up in small bits that you’ll later stir. Do the same with carrots by chopping them up in small pieces, and take an onion or two and do the same. Now, throw them in the pot along with the chicken and cook it on a stove until the meat feels like it’s falling off the bones. You’ll then have a full chicken soup ready for serving.

Why Make Healthy Soup Recipes And Not Buy Canned Soup?

Organic, Home-Cooked Soup

The problem with canned soup is that it doesn’t contain HEALTHY, FRESH ingredients – you’re purchasing factory-processed ingredients that were soaked in high-fructose corn syrup. Those are not terrible for your health but they aren’t ideal either – what you want is to purchase organic ingredients, that you chop up and mix for maximum health benefits.

It’s not over-killing to cook your own soup recipes and find/chop up ingredients – on the contrary, it only takes a few minutes to prepare healthy soup ingredients. The main reason you should avoid canned/supermarket soups is that the canning process and fake-ingredients are loaded with additives and preservatives that take away from the nutritious contents. The soup should be cooked fresh when you have ingredients.

How To Home Brew Healthy Soup Recipes?

Start by visiting the farmers market to shop for ingredients – you only need to purchase a few lbs of key ingredients, and these will last you the entire week hence you can cook healthy soup daily. You’ll find that the key ingredients don’t cost a lot (unless you decide to combine them with meat) and the ingredients you’ll find at the farmer’s market are going to contain the most essential nutrients you need – such as amino acids, proteins, minerals, and vitamins. Making soup is an enjoyable feat in itself because you’re not relying on canned/fast food version of the soup, but picking out ingredients and preparing them yourself.

What Other Healthy Soup Recipes Are There?

Broccoli Soup recipe
Broccoli & Carrots

Broccoli & Carrots

Chicken soup is the hardest recipe to prepare – this is why you should start with chicken soup because everything looks easy by comparison. Most healthy soups are made of the same ingredients mostly greens vegetables. This soup is full of nutritious benefits because of fresh ingredients. All ingredients are boiled in water which gives you an extra “recharged” and refreshing feeling. This is perfect for both summer and winter. Once you get in the hang of cooking healthy soup recipes, you’ll save a lot of money on restaurants and you’ll feel better because your culinary skills improve.

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