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From the Pollan family "Mostly Plants" cookbook.View the Recipe
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Remember that series of books called Chicken Soup for the Soul?
The named worked because it implied chicken soup is sooo good for your body and that the stories were going to do the same thing for your soul. But, funny enough, chicken soup itself is also so good for the soul.
It warms you up from the inside out and makes you feel safe, happy, and cozy. When you’re sick, each spoonful tastes like soothing relief and healing.
In other words, if you’re making this chicken soup on a freezing cold winter day, can you bring us a bowl?
WHY WE LOVE THIS RECIPE
Classic chicken soup is like an immune system-strengthener in a bowl, and we’ve added kale and sweet potatoes for even more antioxidant power. The many benefits of ingredients in this recipe? It’s bad for your breath, but garlic is linked to cancer prevention. Everyone’s favorite dark leafy green (kale!) is an excellent source of fiber, folate, and micronutrients like carotenoids. And sweet potatoes have more of eye-healthy beta-carotene than any other fruit or vegetable.
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