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Blueangel

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Does anyone make soup using just water and no stock ?
Would it turn out right? I can't tolerate many foods now so daren't try any stock.

I'm thinking of using sweet potatoes as I'm okay with them.
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Hi Blueangel
Here are a couple of links that may help.

Make bone broths and you wont need any added cubes etc..They take a long time but can be made in slow cookers. and then freeze some for later use.

This one
https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2014/dec/26/bone-broth-chicken-soup-recipe

and this one Moderator Susan posted earlier( with sweet potato)

To get your strength up, try simple chicken soup and also if you make a Sunday roast, make some bone broth from the chicken carcase. I've attached a recipe to help you. You can drink it, add it to soups or stews or make a soup out of it yourself. Try not to eat anything too acidic, some meats for example such as pork are very acidic. Try turkey and chicken and beef but use stewing beef so you can tenderise it in a stew. With such lovely weather you could have a big salad with a roasted sweet potato and chicken. Try porridge (gluten free) with some flaxseed on top and a little honey or stevia sugar.

http://recipes.mercola.com/bone-broth-recipe.aspx


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Hi Kate
I'm looking for a recipe that doesn't have any kind of meat.
The thought of bone broth makes me feel queasy.

Does anyone know if you can make soup using only potato and water ?
I don't want to add anything else has on a very restricted diet.
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Hi Blueangel
So sorry to make you feel queasy...Doh!!

Of course you can just make it with plain water, make a small amount and see how you react.
and try it with the sweet potato first,(as you say you can eat them)
It will obviously be very bland , but trial and error for yourself is the best solution.

Does Fish give you the same reaction?

Take care

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