Mary’s Garlic Soup to Help You Beat Cold or Flu

 

Garlic is a magic food. Garlic is a natural antibiotic. Garlic has been known to be antibacterial, antiviral, and anti fungal. It is full of antioxidants and in a nutshell or in a garlic clove is anti-disease. I love garlic and wanted to share my recipe for Garlic Soup. Click here to learn more about garlic.

I don't know where I got the original recipe for Garlic Soup, but I have been making it for years every time I feel like I am getting a cold or flu symptoms.

MARY'S GARLIC SOUP

Start with Chicken or Vegetable Broth (You can use any clear soup or make your own with boullion cubes). Bring to a boil.

Add Several cloves of fresh garlic cut up. (I add as many as 10 cloves to about 4 cups of broth) Use as much as you can stand and don't over cook the garlic.

Simmer the soup with the garlic for a minute or two. (Another variation is to sautee the garlic in the pan before adding the broth. This makes the garlic more tolerable if you don't like it raw.) I eat garlic raw so I cook as little as possible.

Remove from heat and add:

1 tsp of Apple Cider Vinegar (I use Bragg's Apple Cider Vinegar with the 'Mother") for each serving.

Sprinkle with Cayenne pepper. (According to taste-a dash can create quite a tang so add according to what you can tolerate).

Other helpful spices are Turmeric and Cumin which both have healing properties.

Another variation is to add a beaten egg to the boiling broth like egg drop soup.

If you want to make a more hearty soup, go ahead and add some cooked chicken, turkey or sauteed vegetables. Onions are always good for healing.

Be sure to chew the garlic pieces when you eat the soup.

Enjoy! And Be Well!

 

 

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