Fresh made vegetable mineral
broth is a great food resource to provide your body of electrolyte
minerals while cleansing, especially if your cleansing
during cold weather. This recipe was taken from
"Cleanse and Purify Thyself" from Dr. Richard Anderson.
How to Make a Vegetable Broth:
3 quarts of filtered water
3 medium to large potatoes
cut in cubes with peel 'n all
2-3 stalks of cut celery
1-2 large leaves of any greens such as
collard, mustard, kale, etc or 1 turnip or half-bunch of parsley.
Even carrot or bet tops will do. Whatever is green.
You can even add kelp if you want high
concentrates of a wide variety of minerals.
stainless steel pot and bring it
to a light boil with the lid on. Simmer for 15 minutes. Remove from
the heat and after it has cooled a bit, strain and throw out the
chunks, keeping only the broth. Refrigerate. Drink 2/3 cups a day.
You can also add miso to it if you
need a more salty taste and want to replenish the good bacteria on
your digestive track. Make sure that you don't cook the miso but add
it to your cup once the broth is done to preserve its probiotics.
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