Fall is a great time for delicious soups and stews that can be enjoyed as the weather gets cooler. Now is the perfect time to dig into the fall recipes that will keep you warm and satisfied on the cool nights ahead.
A hearty vegetable soup is a satisfying and nutritious yeast free recipe for the Candida Diet cleanse.
While some yeast free meals can leave you feeling empty, I always enjoy the way this vegetable soup satisfies my cravings and warms me up.
Loaded Vegetable Soup
– *Beef soup bone (check the meat freezer section or use carcass from a roast)
– 1 onion
– 2 Tbsp olive oil
– 3-4 qt water
– 1/8 c brown rice, uncooked
– 1/8 c barley
– 2 carrots, peeled and thinly sliced
– 1 turnip, peeled and cubed
– 1 beet, peeled and cubed
– ¼ cabbage, coarsely sliced
– 2-3 red potatoes, peeled and cubed
– 1 large fresh tomato, chopped
– 2 green onions or fresh chives, chopped
– 2 Tbsp fresh parsley, chopped
– 1 tsp of garlic powder
– 1 tsp onion powder
– salt and pepper to taste
Heat olive oil in a large pot and brown soup bones on all sides. Add onion and sauté. Add water (or ¾ full in pot), bring to boil and let simmer for at least 4 hours (until soup-bone meat is tender). Take out soup-bone meat. Strain for pure broth. Let meat cool, cut in small pieces and return to pot. Add rice, barley, carrots, turnip, beet, cabbage and potatoes. Cook for 1 hr (or more). Then add tomato, green onions or fresh chives and seasonings. Cook until all veggies are tender.
*For vegetarian simply leave out the beef soup bone.
People who like the recipe above also like this – Candida Diet Recipe – Chicken with Asian Vegetables.
For more delicious yeast free meal ideas check out The Candida Diet Cookbook.
Many of these ingredients I am not supposed to eat, eg., the potatoes, barley, and beets. I also tend to react to rice, so even though I love it, I have had to cut that out. I know I can add other veggies instead, tho.
Do you know where I can get yeast free bagels?
Wanda – yeast free bagels are tough however as I was looking around for you I did run across a nice blog that had a recipe that you can use to make your own. You can find it here: http://www.blog.gfreemadeeasy.com/2010/09/yeast-free-mini-bagels/ The other site I frequently recommend is http://www.frenchmeadow.com/ as they have a good selection of yeast free breads / bagels. Hope that helps! ~Whitney
This veggie soup recipe is excellent. Not only will it be warming but also very filling. I have experienced real hunger through being on such a restricted diet ………… but there, we can’t have everything. My health is so much better since I started the yeast free diet back in June of this year.
Thank you for the thoughtful note Pearl! I am so happy to hear the yeast free diet has helped you! ~Whitney
Love your recipes>>>
Thank you Elaine – you are so sweet! ~Whitney
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