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Kathie
Sunday, July 8, 2007, 10:49pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Hi.  I'm new to this diet.  If I'm a type B and can't eat chicken, can I at least use the chicken to make soup - giving the meat to my dog?  Is that allowed?
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Nope sorry, chicken is chicken and is probably the single worst thing for B's. Turkey makes a great substitute though, Walmart sells turkey drumsticks and I love to use them in soup. The nice thing about the BTD in my opinion is exploring the beneficials that I seldom or never ate in my pre BTD days. It is fun to try new things like rabbit, lamb, goat, kale, collards etc. áHang in there, it is a wild but fun ride. PS check out the B thread in the live right forum and introduce your self to the rest of the clan.

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I stopped eating chicken ... and stopped getting migraines. I now use lamb stock for soup because I have a roast of lamb almost every week. I don't bother making gravy, just add water (or any water from cooking vegetables), scrape out the roasting dish, pour into a container (strain if necessary), and refrigerate. With an unbroken seal of fat on the top it will keep very well. When I want stock for soup (or risotto) I just take the fat off the top and it's ready.
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egg is the only "safe" 'part' of the chicken for type Bs. The lectin in the flesh and bones does travel out into broth made from them, so it's to be avoided as well. However, I think turkey makes a much tastier stock! Give it a whirl!

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I must say that I find soup made on turkey too strong... I don┤t know why- but I don┤t like the dark meat either so.....
But I make a stock on (unroasted) vealshanks and it substitute chicken soup well.
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Hi Kathie, nice to meet you

Henriette is right, dark meat tends to make a much stronger-tasting broth and soup. If you want a soup that's lighter and more like chicken, I would suggest using vegetable broth or stock as the base, and adding in turkey breast meat. Just cut the meat into cubes and add into the hot stock. If the meat is already cooked, add it in at the end of the cooking process. For vegetables you could use the 'traditional' chicken soup ingredients--carrots, onions, a little parsley and garlic--sauteed in a light olive oil and simmered gently until cooked through. You could also add rice or spelt noodles if you like. This is good to eat when you're sick or just want something light. It pairs up with a grilled cheese sandwich very nicely Hope this helps.


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I love to make my soup stocks from loads of vegetables and big marrow-filled bones that I get from my chemical-free butcher.  After simmering, I push out the marrow and blend with the veggies.  That all goes into small containers for the freezer.  It makes a great soup base.



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Oh yeah . . . homemade stock. Yum! It's too hot to think about soup here right now, and that still sounds good Victoria! Thanks for the recipe idea I like to make roasted bone broth too. It's a delicious base for beef or lamb vegetable soup.

It's the middle of summer right now (at least here in the Northern Hemisphere!) and plenty hot, but soon enough we'll be headed into fall and cooler weather, and soups and stews will taste pretty good.


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Just like I do Victoria - yummi


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It's the middle of summer right now ...   but soon enough we'll be headed into fall and cooler weather,...


Watch your language, girlie! Do I hafta wash your mouth out with soap??!! !
It finally got warm here, let me enjoy it a few weeks, eh?



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