Chicken Soup

Comforting Chicken Soup (Paleo, Whole30, AIP)

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There is something so comforting about Chicken Soup. It’s a complete meal in a bowl, soothing to a sore tummy, cozy on a rainy day and very easy to digest.

Traditionally eaten at dinner or lunch, it also makes for a great breakfast, when you’re transitioning away from eating sugary cereals or other processed breakfast foods, because it’s simplicity and mellowness make it easy to tolerate.

AIP Chicken Soup by SoleFire Wellness

The way I like to make mine, does take some time (prepare it over an afternoon that you’ll be at home and able to attend to it). This long, slow cook process, means that it is full of minerals, collagen and more amino acids with all their anti-inflammatory benefits and gut healing properties.

Emily’s Dietary Scorecard

Gluten Free Dairy Free Nut Free No Sugar (added)
Grain Free Egg Free Delicious Low Sugars (all forms)
Paleo Nightshade Free Whole30 Low FODMAP

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  • Reply Tracey Lamb July 26, 2020 at 3:25 pm

    Hi, just wondering if Herbamare is actually low fodmap?

    • Reply Emily Pruitt July 26, 2020 at 4:26 pm

      Hi Tracey, Herbamare does contain some herbs/veggies that aren’t low FODMAP, so it depends on a few factors. One being whether the person following low FODMAP is in a strict restriction phase, or in a reintroduction phase.
      Also, considering the Herbamare in this recipe is greatly diluted per serve (by the amount of water, it being a soup) then it could be tolerated fine for some people following the low fodmap diet. It really just depends on individual level of sensitivity. You can always just replace Herbamare in any of my recipes with fine sea salt if preferred or needed.
      This is one of my favorite recipes, let me know how you go!

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