When it comes to my lunch every week, I like it simple and easy. Thankfully what I’ve come up with is delicious and good for you too! I pair up my romaine salad with an easy-to-make soup that costs very little money and makes enough for the whole week. What you need to find to make this soup is the package of chicken parts that’s put together after all the “good meat” has been taken out. You’ll probably have to go to a co-op or a butcher to find it, but you can pick up a bunch and put them in the freezer if it’s not a convenient trip. And the best part is they usually cost under $4! What more could you want?!
- 1 package of chicken parts
- 2 chicken feet (optional)
- 2 carrots
- 1 celery stalk
- 1 tablespoon turmeric
- 2 tablespoons gray sea salt
- 2 bay leaves
- 10 cups of water
Strain out the liquid into a very large bowl and let sit.
When cool enough to handle, divvy up the vegetables (I like to puree them first to make a thick soup) into 7 pint-size jars.
Pick out the chicken and distribute evenly into the jars.
Add broth and store in the refrigerator.
Elimination Diet safe: Yes!