Fritz Family Vegetable Soup

Winter Harvest -

Simple Seasonal Tips Avoid Cold & Flu Season

With cooler winter temps approaching it's time to keep your immune system healthy and vital with simple tweak to our every day diets that will help us fight off unwanted illness.

- Increase items rich in vitamin C with sweet potatoes, tomatoes, red peppers and citrus.

- Increase sources of zinc with spinach and legumes.

- Pump up your iron intake with lentils and green leafy veggies.

- Amp up your vitamin B12 to combat fatigue with fish oils.

- Swap sugary foods for sweet root veggies with delicious homemade vegetable soup.

- And of course, keeping yourself active and exercised at Sutra Studios.

Fritz Family Vegetable Soup

In large stock pot:

16 cups vegetable stock

large can tomato sauce

2 cups dried green lentils

2 cups dried pearl barley

6 large carrots chopped

6 large celery stalks chopped

2 yellow onions chopped

1 head of garlic minced

4 tbsp extra virgin olive oil

6 tbsp poultry seasoning

1 tsp cayenne red pepper

salt & pepper to taste

Simmer All Day!!

Makes 10.5 servings

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