Alkalising Soup Recipe

Alkaline Diet

There has recently been so much interest in the PH impact from the food we consume that it generated just enough material for everyone on the Internet. Happy reading!

The only important thing we need to remember is that to achieve a good balanced system in our body we need to eat  good food. Of course, you could eat and drink bi-carb soda if you have to, but it is not going to work if you consume sugar and fatty fried starch. The real benefit of the alkaline diet is in eating healthy, there is nothing new really.

Consider this soup below as a medicine, as it contains all the most alkalising products :-).

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Alkalising Soup

Ingredients:
Filtered water
Himalayan salt
1 small sweet potato (white)
500g green cabbage
3 stalks celery
100g green beans
5 brussel sprouts
1 small fennel
3  baby beet greens (greens only)
1 small broccoli
1 small leek
1 bunch asparagus
150g spinach
1 green capsicum
1 small bunch parsley
1 whole small garlic or 5 cloves
2 tablespoons lemon juice
Cold-pressed flaxeed oil

Cooking:

1. Peel and dice the sweet potato and cook it in 1l of filtered water, season with Himalayan salt.
2. Add diced green cabbage and bring it to boil then simmer on the lowest flame. Add all the remaining ingredients (leave lemon juice and flaxeed oil out for later) in the order they are listed above, just dice, add and mix each new ingredient. If needed add a little more water.
3. Once all in the pot, cover with the lid and towel and as soon as the soup starts to boil switch off the stove and leave the pot covered until it cools down. Add the lemon juice and flaxeed oil and using an electrical blender process the soup. Salt to taste if necessary. The soup should be very thick and seasoned well. This way it is easier to store in the fridge or even the freezer. When served add a little more water to get the consistency you prefer.

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2 thoughts on “Alkalising Soup Recipe

  1. Just had this soup for lunch and it was so filling and delicious – the perfect meal for a cold Winter day.

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