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The KETO Soup Bowl

The KETO Soup Bowl

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50 delicious fat-burning, health-boosting bowls of soup, chowder, hodgepodge, gumbo, stew, and gazpacho

CARRIE BROWN

from the Ketovangelist Kitchen


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Book Details
 Price
 2.50
 Pages
 225 p
 File Size 
 7,885 KB
 File Type
 PDF format
 ISBN
 -
 Copyright©   
 2017 Carrie Brown

THE START OF A SOUP KITCHEN
For a girl who’s more at home in the kitchen than just about anywhere else on
earth; a girl regularly decked out in a chocolate and creamed spinach splattered
apron; a girl who has been cooking – ok, well at least sifting flour and grating
cheese – since she was 3 years old, I feel a little silly sharing this, but I believe in
honesty, so here goes: the thought of making soups from scratch scared me for
years. There. I typed it out loud. I realize this is a strange admission in the
opening paragraph of a soup book, but it will all make sense in a paragraph or
two. At least, that’s the plan.
For my first 12 years or so on earth, whenever we ate soup at home it was
invariably out of a packet – a dry powder mixed up with water and duly heated
on the stove top until piping hot. I loved it when we had soup. I especially loved
the tomato and chicken soups that we slurped – oh if only we had been allowed
to slurp! – down. The thicker, creamier soup offerings were always welcome in
my belly. I didn’t care for the clear vegetable soups much, with their thin, pale,
golden liquid and rehydrated confetti of vegetable pieces bobbing around on top,
although I always ate them. In our house you ate everything that was ever put in
front of you. Those were the rules.
Having grown up thinking that soup was produced by mixing a special powder
and water together, I suppose it is no great surprise that my young mind could
not fathom how it was even possible to create soup from real food. I concluded
that soup production from things that used to be alive and kicking had to be a
terribly complicated business. I just couldn’t imagine how vegetables could be
teased into something thick, comforting, or tasty if it didn’t involve a magic
powder. The 12-year-old Carrie concluded, therefore, that there must be a spot
of wizardry required in soup-making, because packet soup is definitely wizardry.
And if you were going to make soup without the aid of packet wizardry, it must
mean that you were really clever.

WHERE TO FIND ME
www.CarrieBrown.com : delicious recipes for optimal nutrition, wellness, &
fat-loss, with tips & tricks for living a super healthy, sane life, as well as travel
& things to make you think.
FACEBOOK (personal) : www.facebook.com/flamingavocado

INSTAGRAM
@carrieontrippin : day-to-day moments captured with my iPhone
@biggirlcamera : road trips, landscapes, flowers, fences, barns, & whatever
else grabs my attention captured with my Big Girl Camera @lifeinthesanelane :
food, recipes, inspiration, and sane living tips @mistermchenry : The world
according to Mr. McHenry
MEDIUM : www.medium.com/@CarrieBrownBlog : random musings on
life, the Universe, & everything. Possibly rantier, more sensitive, & more
controversial.


Table of Contents

The Start of a Soup Kitchen ................................ ............ 1
Soups Are Magical ................................ ................................ 3
Ingredients ................................ .............................................. 7
Equipment ................................ ............................................ 13
Soup How To ................................ ....................................... 17
Servings Sizes and Macro Calculations ..................... 21
Recipes: Main Course Soups .......................................... 23
Recipes: BYO (Build Your Own) Soups ...................... 75
Biscuits................................ ................................................ 103
Konjac Flour: What, Why, How ................................ 107
Ketovangelist Resources ............................................... 108
Where to Find Me .......................................................... 109
Carrie Brown ................................ ................................... 110
Index ................................ .................................................... 111

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