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  1. Last night I played around with some recipes I found online and whipped together my own compliant Thai Coconut chicken Soup. So good and fast and easy (and had leftovers), figured I'd share. My partner isn't doing W30, so I put some rice noodles in his bowl first and just ladled soup over it to soften them. 1 red pepper, cut into strips 1 container mushrooms, sliced 1 onion sliced into half moons (could also add shredded carrots, snap peas in too for more veg and would be good) 6 cups broth 1.5 cans coconut milk 2 tbsp grated ginger 2-4 split lemongrass stalks .25 cup compliant fish sauce 3 tsp (or more/less to your taste) compliant thai red curry paste 1-2 limes of lime juice 2-4 chix breasts cut into cubes (we used 4 split breasts) - but can use shrimp too. 3 scallions, sliced Lightly saute pepper, mushrooms and onions in a tbsp or so of EVOO/coconut oil over medium heat. When they've softened a bit but aren't limp, Add in broth, coconut milk, grated ginger, lemongrass, and fish sauce. Let cook together a few minutes, then add curry paste. Bring to boil and then return to a simmer for about 10 minutes. If using chicken, add in chicken chunks and cook for another 5-10 to cook through, then juice 1 lime into the soup. Taste, add salt or more curry paste if desired. Ladle into bowls (avoiding lemongrass - I leave it in the pot to continue to flavor soup for leftovers, but you could pull it out when you're ready to serve) and top with scallions - I put another bowl of cut limes on the table. So easy!
  2. Bellmaestra

    Pumpkin Curry Soup

    I made a Pumpkin Curry Soup today that was really tasty. I used a small pie pumpkin, and the texture was so lovely; it was much nicer than butternut squash and/or sweet potato. Cut a small "pie" pumpkin in half, scoop out the seeds and fibers, put cut side down on a sheet pan, and roast at 375F for about an hour. Let cool and scoop out flesh. In a large saucepan, saute an onion in ghee, and add some curry, cumin, garlic, cayenne pepper, salt, and other spices you like, such as cinnamon. Add about 3-4 cups of homemade chicken stock, the pumpkin, and a can (or tera-pack) of coconut milk, and mash together. Add some browned ground beef if you like, or you could add some chicken, or use veggie stock and leave out the protein for a vegan dish. Heat and serve When I make butternut or sweet potato soup, I usually whirl in the blender, but this was so silky and heavenly, mashing it was enough, And canned pumpkin (NOT pie filling) could substitute for the fresh pumpkin. Stephanie
  3. I'm restarting my whole30. sometimes work is so crazy, I just want to grab a can of soup from my desk & heat it up, especially those days when I didn't get to cook & bring nice leftovers in. But I'm having a lot of trouble trying to find a soup that is Whole 30 (for this month) or Paleo (when I finish this Whole30) compliant. I live in Houston, so have a lot of supermarket choices or can order from Amazon. thanks!
  4. Getting ready to start the program with my husband and daughter. I don't have much of an appetite in the morning and don't like eggs so was very disappointed to read my green smoothie is not recommended. I am underweight so don't care about losing weight. My smoothie is mostly baby kale & spinach greens with W30 approved coconut milk and about a half cup of frozen fruit mix (peaches, strawberries, etc..). with flax & chia for omega3 and fiber. I've always felt it is a nutritious way to start the day since I'm not hungry enough for a meal. In reading through the recipes on this website, whole30.com, I ran across the 'Green Goddess Soup' which is basically pureed veges. Here is the last instruction: PUREE soup with an immersion blender or in a blender or food processor until frothy and smooth. I don't understand how this is approved yet a green smoothie is not.
  5. WildChildGoneGood

    Split Pea Soup - Can I make it?

    I tried to search this forum before asking... but is homemade split pea soup Whole 30 compliant? I know sugar snap and snow peas are okay - I've already done a round of W30 (in June), but am ready to start another round. I love split pea soup and I know I can make it with compliant chicken broth (that I make myself), so really the peas are the question. Where does this land in the W30 can I have it category? Thanks! Beki
  6. Go figure, I have a cold. It was pretty bad yesterday (day 2) and I kept waking up in the middle of the night to cough my heart out. My whole life I usually get a cold in the springtime, but this one is especially hard because I cannot just go and cook up a can of Chicken Noodle Soup. Today's email let me know that it is common to get sick in the first week, but that does not make life any easier. Does anyone have any advice during this time? What kind of cold remedies worked for you (Whole 30 approved)? Thank you!
  7. shoshwh

    Pressure Canning Bone Broth

    Does anyone know if it works to pressure can bone broth? From a food saftey perspective I know it is fine, but the question is will the broth lose its healing properties if it is cooked at 240 for up to 90 minutes. Specifically, I am wondering if the gelatin will degrade enough to no longer be beneficial and if the broth will end up tasting thin, Thanks!
  8. Tessina

    couple questions

    I have been using a George Forman grill to cook my patties, should I instead be frying it in olive oil? I'm working ot make my body burn fat, but I've been stupidly draining off the fat I am supposed to be eating haven't I? Also.. soup.. due to budget constraints I dropped to 1lb of Ground beef in my soup, should I add olive oil to my soups? And currently consists of GB, half a green cabbage (red cabbage too expensive >.<), 4 to 5 small/med russet potatoes diced, 1 can of petite diced tomatoes - no salt added, and spices. While it filled up my crockpot I feel something is missing that it isn't balanced. Am I just over thinking things?
  9. DurhamDoesPaleo

    Zucchini Soup - Hot or Cold

    I've made this Grant Achatz zucchini soup three times, and had to visit it one more time to verify it's Whole30/Paleo appropriate... and it is! Just replace the butter with clarified butter or ghee. I'm so excited to use the last of my farmers' market zucchini on this recipe one last time. I love it hot, even in the summer, but every once in a while, cold hits the spot. I keep the batch in the fridge and portion it out so I can decide whether I want it hot or cold. I hope you enjoy it! http://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/silky-zucchini-soup
  10. kb0426

    Cauliflower Soup

    I adore Melissa Joulwan's Golden Cauliflower Soup. The challenge, however, is that I don't always have beef broth on hand. I won't buy any in the store; I have become a snob. Here is her recipe in case you are interested. http://www.theclothesmakethegirl.com/2012/10/24/golden-cauliflower-soup/ So, when I recently came across this recipe that uses very few ingredients and just plain water, I had to give it a try. http://food52.com/recipes/15247-paul-bertolli-s-cauliflower-soup?from_related=1&related_src_type=recipe I am so glad I did! All you need is olive oil (go for coconut if you prefer), onion, cauliflower, salt and pepper and time to make it. I plan on bubbling up another batch this weekend, and will likely make it a double. It is SO good and simple! Enjoy!
  11. Clare Dunn

    Soups

    I am feeling in need of some warming winter goodness, but my mind has gone blank on recipes! Please can you spam me with your best soup ideas! I have a crock pot & a normal food processor but nothing fancy like a Vitamix. Thanks.
  12. I just got diagnosed with a nasty sinus infection and I'm one of those people who tackles too much at once so I don't have a lot of time to cook. But my doctor highly recommended that I eat soup and also gave me a very strong antibiotic. By the time I get home from work I only have about an hour before I have to be out the door for play practice, so I'm wondering if there is a SOUP that I could pick up on my way home that is Whole 30 friendly? My original plan was going to be to cook a chicken breast, add it to chicken broth with carrots, onions and parsley--but like I said, I'm concerned about time making it. So... any suggestions on this would be super helpful. Girl wants to get better fast. Thanks ahead of time!
  13. Simone

    Soup for breakfast?

    Okay, I understand the smoothie-point, but how about soup? Can I have a homemade chunky vegetable soup as a sensible meal or not?
  14. So easy its dumb. I put all the ingredients in the slow cooker last night and turned it on low for 9 hours. Woke up to some DELISH soup for breakfast! Put the following in a crockpot: - 3 large or 4 small chicken breasts (mine were frozen) - 1 cup chicken broth - can of full fat coconut milk - can of diced tomatoes with juices (I used fire roasted and added a half lb of home roasted roma tomatoes I had) - one or two cloves of garlic - 2 tablespoons of italian seasoning - 1 tablespoon dried basil - other spices as you wish, I added some cayenne and red pepper flakes cause I like spicy! In the morning shred the chicken with two forks and then EAT UP