Garlic Mushroom Beef Stew
I love garlic. I cannot say it enough, it is a great immune booster, it is a powerful antimicrobial. I literally eat it everyday, and I have taken two sick days in the past 7 years of practice. It tastes amazing in a soup. This particular soup I also added cabbage, beef, beef stock, and carrots. Lot's of flavor, and easy to make. Perfect for a QUARANTINE :) Mushrooms and root veggies stay good in the fridge for long periods of time. Garlic as well, in fact you can also get canned or dried garlic and it keeps for a long time.
Tip: Stock up on bone broth in case you want to make a large soup. Save the extra for lunch or multiple dinners in a row.
Healthy tip: Mushrooms are excellent immune boosters. They keep for a while in the fridge.
What a great time to boost immunity. I know everyone is spending more time at home right now, what a great way to research more recipes for cooking. Root vegetables stay good for a long time in the fridge. I typically use carrots, turnips, daikon, celery root. Herbs like rosemary, oregano, sage, and thyme have antimicrobial properties, as well as garlic. Use these herbs in soup to get extra immune protection against bad invaders.
Tip: Frozen chicken or fish or beef stays in the freezer good for at least 1-2 months. Keep these around when you want to use them for a meal, take them out and defrost.
Healthy Tip: Garlic is my favorite immune booster, it is a strong and powerful antimicrobial, have it daily to support your immune system!