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  Welcome to our "favorite recipes" page
Our busy lives can make feeding our families pure Organic foods challenging. Along with pure, simple foods we appreciated pure, simple recipe ideas. Here are a few of our favorites. They might not have the details of a regular "recipe" but that's because we like to encourage people to experiment and meet their own taste expectations. Enjoy!

Chicken Stock
Place the chicken carcass in a 4 quart pot and fill about 3/4 full of water. Place onion peel, carrot peelings and celery tops in the pot.
Cook for 1 1/2 to 4 hours. Let cool for 1 hour. Strain bones, etc. through a colander. Pick any remaining meat off bones an set aside. This stock is loaded with vitamins and minerals and is one of the healthiest foods you can eat

Chicken Broth
Take chicken stock and simmer. Add garlic powder and salt to taste
, simmer for a few more minutes. Its rich, warming, wonderful flavor is wonderful for a light snack or when your feeling under the weather.

Chicken Soup
Take your chicken stock, add the carrots and onion you peeled (chopped) along with the celery (chopped). Add herbs and spices (like sage, white pepper, savory, rosemary, dill, allspice, thyme, marjoram and ginger), salt and garlic (or garlic powder) to taste. Throw in uncooked semolina pasta or brown rice. If using rice, cook until the rice is nearly done before adding veggies. Add veggies and cook until tender. Before serving add any reserved chicken meat and you've got a healthy, nutritious and delicious meal in a bowl. You'll never buy chicken soup from a supermarket again!

Chicken rice
Cook your rice (long grain brown is the most nutritious) in your chicken stock. Add salt and a little garlic to taste. Top with butter. Yumm!


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