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‘Tis the season for healthy comfort foods and you could say that we are thrilled! One of our favorite winter comfort foods is soup. Not only a way to warm up our bodies during the winter chill, soup is also an incredible food that can provide tons of nutrients and vitamins that’s especially needed during the colder months. Plus, it’s really easy to make! One of our go-to soup recipes is actually a simple vegetable soup that’s packed with spinach, celery, carrots, bone broth and more – making it the ultimate winter soup recipe. You can also add beans and pasta to make this dish more of a meal, or eat as is for a hearty dose of veggies. Read on to check out our recipe that we are going to be slurping up all winter long.
Vegetable Soup Recipe
1 carton of chicken bone broth or veggie broth
1 can of whole organic tomatoes
2 parsnips, cut up
stalk of celery, cut up
2 carrots, cut up
1 squash, cut up
1/2 onion, cut up
1 clove of garlic, minced
1 head of broccoli, cut up
1 head of spinach, cut up
1 can of chickpeas, washed and drained
1 package of whole wheat pasta, optional
dash of basil flakes
dash of dill flakes
dash of tumeric
salt and pepper
Pour the broth into a large pot and boil on a low heat. Chop up the onions, carrots, parsnips, celery, squash, and garlic and place them in the pot. Add in the tomatoes, tumeric, basil, dill and salt and pepper. Let the soup cook as you check on it periodically. Add in the spinach and broccoli and stir. If you’re adding in some pasta, boil a separate pot of water and cook the pasta as directed. Taste your soup and add more salt and pepper as needed. Enjoy!
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Did you know that nearly 50 million people in the United States face hunger? To help combat this growing issue, National gym chain, Crunch Fitness is partnering with Move For Hunger, a national non-profit organization, to host a mega Thanksgiving food drive from November 1 – 18 at locations across the country.
Members of the community are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items, such as soups, peanut butter, tuna fish, canned fruits and vegetables, pasta, rice, and beans, to participating Crunch locations in New York City, San Francisco, Miami, and Los Angeles to help provide meals for their neighbors in need. Local moving companies, Divine Moving & Storage (New York), Gentle Giant Moving Company (New York & San Francisco), White Glove Moving (New York), Alexander’s Mobility Services (San Francisco), NorthStar Moving (Los Angeles), and Crown Relocations (Miami), have generously volunteered to donate supplies and transportation for these food drives, and will bring all of the donations to the local food bank.
Through the support of community partners like Crunch Fitness and local moving companies, Move For Hunger can continue to help our neighbors struggling to find their next meal.
National Gym Chain Helps Fight Hunger This Thanksgiving
Crunch Fitness locations in New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Miami.
November 1 – 18
For more information, or to find out how you can host your own food drive, visit www.MoveForHunger.org.
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