Can you ever go wrong with soup?
Soups are a great way to keep hydrated in cold months, immune boosters that help warm the body and stave off colds, and you’re sure all the vitamins and minerals will not go to waste as they are all in the broth.
Arrowroot is a common vegetable here, also known as taro root. It’s one of the things I miss about home too as we are lucky enough to get them right from our shamba. The arrowroots here taste just as good and I have several great recipes lined up using them I can’t wait to share with you guys.
Arrowroots are good for you. They have isoflavones which help in alleviating menopausal symptoms, helps in absorption of calcium and food for the skin too; great anti aging properties, among other benefits.
Celery also had antioxidants, is full of vitamins and minerals and helps reduce inflammation due to its alkaline nature and supports proper digestion. Aren’t those good enough reasons to include them in your diet?
Let’s get started on our soup. This serves 5 full bowls of the hearty soup.
You can have this soup on its own or with some buns on the side. Works well either way. This arrowroot soup is delicious, healthy, filling and warming.
Try it for breakfast on a cold morning, as a filling lunch option or light dinner. Either way, you’re bound to enjoy it!
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