Non-Dairy, Cream of Cauli & Carrots, Detox Friendly, Anti-Inflammatory Soup


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Want to make your food be medicine?  THIS is it!

This combo is about as healthy as it gets!!!

  • A blend of fresh grated ginger and  fresh grated turmeric make it anti-inflammatory.
  • The cauliflower is of the cruciferous vegetable family and as such, it supports phase 2 of liver detoxification pathways.  If you pay any attention to your health, you probably know that we now live in a toxic soup of a world.  We can make daily choices to reduce our exposure – but it’s also important to “head em up and move em out”  via the liver.
  • If you use your own home made healing healthy broth, you are doing your GI tract a favor.  Broth “heals and seals” the gut.

And, besides being your medicine, it tastes DELICIOUS!   Sweet thanks to the carrots and Savory thanks to the spices!

Recipe Ingredients:

2-3 T   Tropical Traditions Gold Label Coconut Oil
2 small onions, chopped
1″ piece grated ginger
1″ piece grated turmeric (or 1-2 tsp dried turmeric powder)1/2 tsp ground cumin

5-8 carrots chopped  (reserve at least 1/2 – see directions)
1 large cauliflower (reserve at least 1/2 – see directions)
1 quart veggie broth
1 can coconut milk
Salt to taste

Recipe Directions:

1.  In a large soup pot, heat the oil and add the onions and saute.  Add salt, ground turmeric root, ground ginger root, and cumin.  Saute until soft.  (PS – kitchen stores have a special little ceramic grated that works well for these roots.)

2.  To your soup pot, add your broth, coconut milk, half the chopped carrots and half the chopped cauliflower.  Cook until the veggies are tender and then puree either in a blender or with an immersion hand blender.  ** If you do the blender, be careful.  Hot soup in a blender can blow the top off.  I use a hand blender but if I was putting it in my Vita-mix, I’d cool it a bit and then still put a towel over the lid so that if it does blow the top off, it doesn’t go everywhere.  And start the blender on low, low, low!

3.  After your soup is pureed to your satisfaction, add the rest of the cauli and carrots and cook until they are tender.

You can garnish with fresh herbs if you want – parsley or cilantro would both be good.

cream of cauli bowl

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 About Tracy Konoske, MS, RDN

meet_tracyTracy Konoske is an eclectic clinician and uses a blend of natural, integrative, functional, and personalized medicine to help her patients feel their best.  Tracy understands that there are 4 drivers of chronic disease:  Toxins, Infections, Stress, and Diet.  And it's often a combination of all 4 that lead to a chronic health condition, and thus it takes a treatment plan addressing each of the 4 to resolve and reclaim good health.  Tracy has recovered from 2 "perfect storm" situations which had drastic effects on her health and led to multiple mystery illnesses and diagnosis including Lyme.

By reducing the burden of these triggers, Tracy is successfully resolving:

  • Fatigue (anemia's, adrenals, thyroid-related, chronic fatigue syndrome, ME-CFS)
  • Auto Immune Conditions (Hashimoto's, Lupus, MS, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Celiac)
  • Mental Health Conditions (anxiety, depression, OCD, ADD/ADHD)
  • Cognitive Dysfunction (trouble concentrating, forgetfulness, symptoms of early Alzheimer's)
  • Digestive Disorders (low hydrochloric acid, "leaky gut", Candida Albicans, Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth SIBO, IBS, Crohn's Disease, Ulcerative Colitis)
  • Migraines and chronic headaches
If you've one or more of the above-mentioned conditions, or have been told you have Lyme or chronic Lyme,  there's a good chance you are in the right place.If you have a history of chronic sore throats, tonsillitis or tonsillectomy, mononucleosis, glandular fever, shingles, and/or cold sores, there's a good chance you are in the right place.

There are no coincidences.  All good things come from God.