It’s time for cozy meals by the fire in our home and I’m guessing if that’s the case in Central Texas, it is where you’re at too. One of the most-oft featured meal on our table is soup. I usually make it more like a stew, allowing much of the bone broth to cook down into chunky vegetables, meat, and rice or potatoes. One pot? Yes, please! The only problem with this perfect scenario is that I also like to serve enzymes with a meal. Bone broth is incredibly nourishing, to be sure, but layering that with some enzymes throws it over the top. In order to keep that one pot meal simple, I don’t really want to get out the bowl, cutting board, and chef’s knife and besides, the more ubiquitous salad ingredients are not in season through the winter. Instead, I turn to ferments to jazz up our simple soups and stews. It’s like convenience food for a nourishing meal… and there are plenty of ways we keep it interesting.
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