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Comfort foods!!!

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Posted by Tiffany on 5 years ago

I'm new to this and I think most of all I am craving something warm! I have seen tea but I don't like tea very much! I live in Pennsylvania and I'm freezing! :) I was wondering if there is a juice concoction out there that I can make like a fresh soup? Like one that would taste good heated up in the stove! Please and thanks!!

This topic contains 11 replies, has 1 voices, and was last updated by WendyR 5 years ago.

Replies To Comfort foods!!!

  • Brian

    5 years ago

    Tiffany click on the recipes tab at the top of the page. There is a soup section.

  • Tiffany

    5 years ago

    is soup okay to do? Will I still have weight loss is if I eat soup? Thanks!!

  • Tiffany

    5 years ago

    okay, i take that back... Obviously I won't gain weight eating a healthy soup. However, I looked at the first page of te recipes and I only saw the one soup that was reboot friendly... Any others? Is there a catagory for reboot friendly soups? I really don't want to mess this up! :) I'm going into day four and doing great!

  • chrisrook

    5 years ago

    When I was cold the other night, I made vegetable broth and poured myself a glass. I make it ahead of time, then reheat in the kettle so that it pours nicely.

  • Tiffany

    5 years ago

    how do you make vegetable broth? If you don't mind

  • chrisrook

    5 years ago

    you take your pulp and let it simmer in water for at least 20 minutes. Add salt and pepper to taste. It is by far the easiest thing to do with left over pulp.

  • TenaciousT

    5 years ago

    Here's what I do.

    Save all of your pulp for a days worth of juicing. At the end of the day before you go to bed, put all of the pulp in a crock pot. Fill the crock pot with water until its about one or two inches below the top of the crock pot. Turn the crock pot on high overnight.

    In the morning, turn the crock pot down to low and add more water until it is back to one or two inches below the top. Add 1 to 2 tablespoons olive oil. Add freshly chopped herbs (oregano, parsley, basil, whatever spices you like) and season with salt an pepper to taste. Cook all day on low.

    Use a strainer and cheesecloth to separate the juice from the pulp. Store in an airtight container and freeze any portions you won't use within a few days in the freezer (I use ice cube trays to freeze into easy to use sizes).

  • TenaciousT

    5 years ago

    Hi Tiffany, I saw your other post on stewed tomatoes and thought I'd post here on both options. You can make an awesome tomato basil juice and just warm it up on the stove before drinking it (warm gently and don't use the microwave because you don't want to kill the good enzymes).

    Try the following:

    1 cucumber or zucchini

    2 carrots

    2 to 4 tomatoes (depends on the size or how big of a drink you want to make. I would suggest starting out with 2 Roma tomatoes and see how it tastes)

    2 basil leaves

    1 small shallot

    1/2 garlic clove

    1 tsp olive oil

    Run everything but the olive oil through the juicer and see how it tastes. Pour into pot on the stove, add olive oil and warm gently.

    You can add small amounts of salt/pepper if you want as well.

    This should be similar to a tomato basil soup.

  • Tiffany

    5 years ago

    that sounds amazing!! Thank you!! I will try tonight and update you!

  • lizbit614

    5 years ago

    How was it Tiffany ? I may try it tonight - thank you Tenacious !

    Did you find anymore good warm reboot juice in your quest ?

  • WendyR

    5 years ago

    Tip: Don't over heat or cook the veggie remains. Like fish stock, a veggie broth/stock that is over cooked will turn bitter. 20 minutes is all it takes. Especially if it contains Kale or others of the cabbage family. Think of the smell of over boiled cabbage or cauli, YUCK

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