Butternut soup (GAPS)

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With GAPS, the philosophy is based around trying one food at a time, checking to see if the body likes it or not.  I chose butternut as my vege for my first bone broth soup.  This cheap as chips vege turns out a sweet, beautifully coloured, silky smooth soup.  I could devour a whole lot of this!  And once the bone broth is made, the soup is SOOO easy.

 

Butternut bone broth soup

Chop one butternut into cubes.  Put into a pot.  Pour over enough bone broth to just cover the butternut.  I added a continental stockpot liquid stock, however if you were doing 100% GAPS you would only add himalayan or celtic salt to taste.  Bring to the boil, then simmer until butternut is tender.  Cool.

Blend until silky smooth.

This soup is sweet and nourishing.

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