Curling up with a bowl of soothing broth to console an aggravating sore throat is a time-tested home remedy. But what if leaving the house or hospital isn’t an option? Inevitably, friends, and family members, will come down with an illness, an injury, or an unfortunate prognosis.
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An anti-inflammatory diet loaded with plant-based soups can help control uncontrolled inflammation and the disease that can result.
The holiday season is upon us! And that means gift giving season is already here—oh my! Do you have all of your gifts bought yet?
There are plenty of other options for showing someone you care without resorting to tacky greeting cards. A simple handwritten note is always a nice touch, and you can get creative by adding a personal message or drawing a picture.
There’s nothing better than the taste of a homecooked meal when you’re feeling under the weather. Across all cultures and all ages, soup has always been the favorite ‘sick meal’
When you’re feeling sick, the last thing you want to do is cook. But that doesn’t mean you have to go without a comforting meal. There are many easy to make comfort foods and drinks to eat and drink while sick. Also, there are comfort foods that you can purchase pre-made that taste home-cooked.
Thanksgiving without a turkey may seem unconventional. This holiday season if you are bringing food or hosting yourself then we have some delicious plant-based recipes using 18 Chestnuts for you
Cilantro, dill, and just the right amount of horseradish create a flavor that is distinctive without being overpowering.
Gathering together to eat soup with loved ones on a chilly fall evening? We’re not sure there’s anything that sounds better.
All parts of the fennel bulb are not only edible, but provide powerful health benefits.