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The flavor of this soup improves when you warm it as leftovers, and my kids love it in their packed lunches when the days turn cooler.

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While it is an alien concept to some, hot soups can make a great breakfast in cooler weather.

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In many countries, such as Thailand, savory soups for breakfast are quite common.

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In winter Mum would always put a big pot of stock on the stove on Saturday and it would bubble away for hours, then Sunday lunch was chicken soup full of root vegetables and herbs.

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The rhyme “pease porridge hot, pease porridge cold, pease porridge in the pot nine days old” suggests that people ate peas day after day.

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Today, with food media rapidly reaching its zenith (though many will insist that food blogging already peaked years ago; that it has even jumped the proverbial shark, perhaps), breakfast can only reach ridiculous new heights.

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It is well always to keep some of this stock on hand in cold weather, as by the addition of a can of tomatoes, or other ingredients, a delicious soup may be quickly made of it.

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You can, for example, start this after breakfast; bring the peas, vegetables, meat, and water to a boil, turn off the heat, and keep the soup covered on the stove top throughout the day.

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This soup is served throughout the day, but mainly for breakfast.

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This soup is substantial, especially delicious in cold weather.

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  • Tomato soup health ke liye bahut hi faaydemand hota hai jo isme baare mein nahin jante unhe main bataaye just like bhains ke aage been bajana

  • To make an authentic and good tomato soup u r supposed to boil the tomatoes and then peel the skin.. then u purée then and strain it and cook

  • Garlic Gloves chop kar ke ya thoda crush karke dale jo bhi ye banane wala hai. Kyn ki oil maim garlic blast hota hai last week my mom had an accident bymistakely one small gloves she put like that only

  • Very god recipes ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������tank yu

  • I was so confused how to make my first soup. Yourrecipes is one of the finest recipes i know. Thnks for making it simple n easy to make. God bless.

  • My husband and I are just two stages ahead of you! Hang on for state 3, you get eggs, squash pancakes, and AVOCADO! it’s the small pleasures in life!:-) Jean

  • Looking at 2:19 and 2:29 and even before at 2:08 AND LOOKING AT OTHERS SHOWN ON SCREEN, they both just look like spaghetti noodles to me. They both just look like spaghetti pasta, in my opinion!

  • My recipe is noodles, butter, salt, onion powder, pepper, maybe some garlic powder, a bit of parmesan, and a bit of Tony’s. Try it!

  • I would’ve sauteed some garlic and added salt, pepper, lemon juice, lemon zest, and chopped basil and made it as a side to accompany a protein or some other dishes.

  • One day Babish will make all his kitchen appliances and furniture from scartch.

    Then go out, grow crops and rear animals before cooking.

  • i cant believe it never occurred to me that “buttered noodles” was SPAGHETTI not like… actual noodles. UK/US language barrier strikes again lol

  • I could eat a whole pot of buttered noodles—

    My mum, when she was younger, ate so many buttered noodles that she had to go to the ER

  • Ah I love being an American with no culture and poor parents who weren’t chefs or were raised by chefs. You know what my childhood food was? Hotdogs cooked in the microwave until the exploded and started to get hard. Or ketchup sandwiches: bread ketchup bread.

  • I remember trying buttered noodles but I used Irish butter, I wasn’t very pleased. The Irish butter was a little too strong for me.

  • You should do an episode using Vermont Creamery Goat Cheese’s and Butter. We make some very good products, and with the holidays coming cheese boards will be in demand.

  • Quick tip: I did this at home but I used pink peppercorns and smoked sea salt. This gave it much more interesting flavors, plus adding those things make it totally worth it.
    (Also laminate the pasta with fresh herbs next time).

  • add parmesan to the second buttered noodles and you’ve got yourself an authentic fettuccine alfredo emulsifying the butter and cheese with pasta water makes the creaminess, no heavy cream needed (nor wanted)

  • “European butter”, or as we Europeans call it “butter” AND “noodles” or as we Europeans call it AND Americans last time I checked “PASTA!?”

  • I missed your videos I thought you stopped posting cuz you stopped showing up in my feed. I’m about to binge watch all your videos lol ��

  • These trend alerts are my favit might be a good idea to do a trend alert mid season and assess what you’ve mentioned and predicted the trends to be and also talk about the newer trends thatve popped up

  • I decided to follow this recipe on a whim, and I think I might be hooked on them now. I haven’t even tried the higher-quality version yet!

  • one of the biggest fights in my relationship is about butter noodles. I LOVE them. They are perfect, butter and pasta. Like butter bread. My husband doesn’t think so. I just think he doesn’t like being happy.

  • How I make it
    1:Put stove on Hi

    2:Put pot on stove and wait till boil

    3:Pour in Great Value shells/bowties/whatever

    4:Cook for 12 min

    5:Pour pasta into colander then pour back into pot

    6:Put pasta into bowl with scoop of some kind

    7:Put chunk of butter into pasta and salt it

    8:Mix together with fork

    9:Enjoy

  • Better butter comes from happy cows?? They are still forcibly impregnated and their babies are still taken from them and they are still killed when their milk production begins to wane.

  • Never tried it heard of buttered noodle but it looks great.
    And that little solo you did there earned you another subscriber. Keep on rocking and cooking.

  • My sister has been juicing whole Celery then she has to drink 16 ounces of it each morning on an empty stomach as it heals the gut your stomach lining. Celery has micro enzymes. There are youtube videos on it apparently.

  • I’m going back and reviewing these videos. The whole thing about switching your mindset is really interesting. When I was a child, it used to irritate me to eat. It was a major interruption in my day. Now, it’s, just about, consumes my thought processes. When I wake up, I think…”What’s for dinner?” That would be the hardest thing for me to tackle. I found a link that works for me! Yay!

  • WOW, I am going to buy the ingredients for that carrot soup. #JustinRhodes, thanks for asking Anna how she made it. Looks delicious!!

  • Is this GAP diet good for diabetics I wonder. Especially with the meds I take. Have to look into it. Hope I can will try if so. Best of luck with your journey

  • Somehow this reminds me of a time some years ago when I realised that we are very spoiled in the western countries, we can eat pineapple and strawberries year round, which is not very natural. In former times (not so long ago 50 or 60 years ago) people just could eat what grew locally and that meant sauerkraut, kale, potatoes and eggs and meat most of the time in winter. No citrus fruits (or very seldom in dried form), fruits like apples until chrismas, after winter salad season was over no greenies anymore, a very frugal diet. This gap initial phase reminds me of it. I went through one winter during which I tried just to buy lokal grown food, just to see how this feels, it was a very different experience, not that I eat a lot of “exotic” vegetables during winter anyways, but still it was different.

  • I started GAPS diet three weeks ago. I did have detox symptoms the first week. I am on stage 3 except for whole eggs. Starting GAPS in winter is a great, I love the soups.

  • I’ve had digestive problems since I was a teenager (I’m now 56) I’ve also suffered from anxiety and depression. I’m always reading to find the right help and I believe I found it. Prebiotics not Probiotics but with an e Prebiotics. I helps the digestive tract and the anxiety and depression. I want you guys to research about it and discuss it with your Doctors. I began raising chickens because of you and your great family and I hate to see you suffer. Perhaps I can teach you something since you’ve taught me all about chickens. Look into prebiotics and feel well soon. I’d also love to visit you all and your awesome farm. Get well quick
    Pamela P Edwards

  • What milk thistle do you use? I’ve looked and looked at comments so I don’t ask a question that has been asked a lot but have not seen.

  • I’m a little confused by someone saying they don’t like soup. There are so many. Kind of like saying they don’t like food. I have had some very bad soup. But I have had some delicious soup. Do you not like the process of eating with a spoon over a bowl or are you talking about taste?

  • Kelsey, this was spot on! I was just reflecting on all the trends I’ve been seeing on Insta and these are all them! I was also talking about those Chanel sandals just yesterday! I love this vid, absolutely nailed it.

  • I don’t know how you can eat enough to keep your strength up. Especially Justin, who does so much physical labor. But I am so interested in this diet and looking forward to following you two as you progress along with it. I happen to adore soups and stews. I cook them and eat them year around. They are easy, can make it so many different ways and you can put everything in one pot. Make it as hearty as you want or very light and easy on the digestive system. Great option when you are sick.

  • Glad you guys are doing what you need to get healthy! Me and Shannah keep kicking around going full paleo, we are doing little bits and pieces but we need to serious about it and just do it. We are finding places fairly “local” to get pastured chicken and pork and 100% grass fed beef, but it’s still a work in progress.

  • That soup sounds DELICIOUS! PS: have you read the Autoimmune Protocol books? Sarah Ballantine is AWESOME. She definitely leans way more Paleo than GAPS, but I really enjoy how she explains things.

  • I don’t understand-ya’ll always cooked from scratch, all good produce. I looked at food items that are on the GAPS diet. What is so different now? What are you having to do different? Have a Wonderful Day.

  • What a good hubby for doing that with you, and filming your journey for you! That’s love right there! Never thought about creamed carrot soup when I did it. What a good idea! Helps keep your carbs up too! I struggled with enough carbs, enough fiber and enough energy to make it all. So glad you have help!!! And it’s so much easier when everyone is doing it. It was hard to watch everyone else eat normal food and have to cook 2 meals. Plus soup for breakfast �� How long are you doing intro 1?

  • I hope that this helps you. I was wondering if you were gonna try the diet.
    We have been on the Gaps diet for a few years. Tried the intro with the kids 2 years ago. This was so crazy and tought.. but it did make a difference. Within a week we saw big changes with our oldest(5 years old at the time)

  • That’s nice you are both doing it together. Is Justin eating for some medical issues too or more out of support for you? I think it’s great either way.

  • Praying this heals your gut. Soup in the morning is just fine with me, especially on a cold morning. Mine would have to be beef or pork because I am allergic to all poultry.

  • Kelsey, i am growing out my bangs and it is a nightmare Styling tegen because I have wavy hair �� but it Will look cute on you i think!

  • Man u guys r committed! And Justin for eating that diet too is super impressive!! I feel for u having to go through so much! Blessings for a speedy recovery!

  • You’ve got this, and GAPS can be really powerful, so hang in there! I once cooked for 2 people who initially could only tolerate broth, and they both worked their way up through broth to pureed veggies in broth, to soup, to normal whole food choices. You can do it!

  • I checked out the GAPS diet and it looks like almost all the food are foods I am willing to eat. I love soups. The slow cooking really improves flavor.

  • I have a sensitivity to gas & diesel fumes. When I first heard you got sick during the farm tour my first thought was the old exhaust on the diesel engine bus. E. I. Environmental Illness can be caused after an overexposure to a contaminate. Best wishes.

  • re: urticaria (aka itchy rash, hives) check out ‘contact excema’ ie allergic reaction of your skin to any
    latex products ( elastic) in waistbands of your clothing
    nickel in the metal closures/embellishments of same (e.g. jeans, bras)

    Since you mentioned using the liquor from fermented sourkraut, use red cabbage or beetroot to make kimchi, as they’re ‘alkaline’ and help sensitive skins:
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-6596017/The-12-worst-foods-feed-eczema-prone-children-diet-clear-itchy-skin.html
    n.b. sulfites used to preserve dried herbs, dried fruit (raisins in cookies, breakfast cereals) promotes histamine production and therefore will make hives worse ie use grated fresh ginger if possible, not ground.

  • I can do soup for breakfast, what I had a hard time with was when I was in India, and it was hot and spicy at every meal. I never wanted a plain piece of toast with nothing on it more in my life (that was pre-gluten-free Randy).

  • I love noodles in general but I didn’t know anyone would love buttered noodles as much as I do.
    It’s such a simple recipe but so good.

  • If you guys have any concerns about the labor, quality, sustainability, etc read this on Shein’s site!:) Hope it helps explain some things
    https://m.shein.com/us/Social-responsibility-a-750.html?ref=us&rep=dir&ret=mus

  • i cannot be the only person that really wants a hair tutorial of how kelsey makes her hair look this flawless and effortless!!!!!!!

  • Does anyone know what she said? Twol print? Troll print?? I love that print so much but I never know how to find it which out the name of it ��

  • You are awesome!! I love your fashion show!! Your so talented. I didnt know that i could look good with ShEIN clothes, i mean i knew they had cute clothes but wow! I cant wait to look Sheek haha

  • Okay so I just watched a ton of influencer’s I am 100% confident to say the eighties are back with a touch of modern flair which I think is great! Fishing lure earrings which are now called statement earrings, frosty bright colors, frilly feminine blouses, high waisted slacks, Lacy sheer fabric, and layering

  • I actually loved this video. It was highly informative and inspirational. I understand where everyone is coming from with the SHEIN criticism but regardless we should appreciate the content Kelsey makes for us and the effort she puts into her videos.
    Thank you Kelsey for constantly making my wardrobe better!! X

  • Beautiful! JUST SUBSCRIBED! I love the way you styled all of the trends to still be chic and classy! Obsessed with the kitten heel looks!
    Unfortunately, even though the prices are amazing for most of the mentioned pieces they are made of very low quality materials, and are not designed to last a few washes; let alone a season or two. Fast fashion has a short life and ultimately ends up in landfills. This is very damaging to the environment. With over 1.5 million followers, I highly suggest encouraging your audience to purchase less overall In order to save and invest into higher quality pieces that will fit their body properly, and will last for years!

  • Kelsey I absolutely love your style and the videos you make! You’re such a fashion icon for me tbh and u have such a great aesthetic. Please know that a lot of brands (not only fashion) are greenwashing their products, including Shein.

  • Shein is just an asian version of princess polly and all the other overhyped insta brands but cheaper, but I havent seen any of u come for that when she promoted their stuff, practice what you preach maybe dont be hypocrites, educate yourself and not just ride on this “morals!” bandwagon ��‍♀️

  • I love how this energy for Shein is here but we don’t have the same energy for luxury brands who do the exact same thing. Here are some notes on the misconception that in order to be fashion conscious, you can’t buy anything fast fashion:
    saying that no one should buy fast fashion is classist.
    luxury/high-end (expensive) fashion doesn’t equal ethical.
    lastly, buying a lot of ethical/ethically made clothing is more damaging than buying a reasonable amount of fast fashion clothing.

  • My works are handicraft ornaments, made of natural agate and jade, made of wood, aluminum wire and gourd, which are very novel. How can I let more friends like to see them?

  • Omg I’ve been wanting to purchase from shein but I was scared for the quality ���� can you compare it to any other brand? But anyway support and lots of love ❤️ super cute outfits as always!

  • Next time you criticize make sure you don’t have fast fashion in your closet.:)) give Kelsey a break!

    If you aren’t happy with the content, don’t watch

  • Please do a shoe collection video, where you showcase all your shoes! I’m in love with your kitten heels and would like to know where you got them/get shoe inspiration

  • Why are so many people taking about sustainable fashion all of a sudden? Do not get me wrong I think it is really great, but here on this chanel it has not been a topic… If anyone knows let me know❣️

  • I love how she listened to her viewers response to her videos and not just ignore it like it didn’t bother anyone or herself… This is one of the reasons why I believe that Kelsey is one the best influencers in her time…. even if she doesn’t get the number of views others get or people have surpassed her this past year, she didn’t let that change her or her style or herself as a person or content creator… Kelsey if you read this please know that we really appreciate the little things you do.. like listening to us are very much appreciated and just know that I don’t plan to stop supporting you anytime soon ❤️

  • 8:35 WHERE DID YOU GOT THIS BLACK PANTS ������ I’m searching for one EXACTLY like thattt ���� love you and support you from Belgium �� ��

  • Im not going to buy sheins clothes bc it’s a Chinese company… Their labor r so underpaid n the quality is honestly not good n most of it won’t last more than a season. I do appreciate ur next video about sustainable fashion!!! Love ur style!

  • I’m so sorry for all the comments you’ve been getting. It is important to try to make ethical decisions, however, this is your job and you’re trying your best to make content for us to enjoy. That being said, I love your style, it is totally my style. Much love �� keep working hard.

  • Loved the clothes and style!! I ordered from Shein a couple weeks ago and I loved it!! I got a teddy coat and was pleased with the quality for the price. It also arrived really quickly!!

  • Kelsey you need to look up fast fashion and stop fuelling it by buying from them and doing sponsors with them, the people making these clothes hardly earn anything, you should thrift instead

  • ive been looking around for different styles that are going to be popular in 2020, ive loved them all but ive noticed a trend in them all…

    2020 = beige…
    And im not gonna argue tbh

  • I can’t believe Kelseys mom is attacking her daughter. So weird that an old Christian woman wants to drag one of your fans down and you don’t do anything about it.

  • Does anybody know what you would call the black hat she shows in the video? ���� (can’t find it on the website so I’m gonna try else where)

  • with regards to the chunky sandals, try Teva… I’m obsessed, and they’re cute and modern. the black ones and white ones are really universal and go with everything ♥️

  • aha Kelsey discovering Scandinavian/Nordic style is soo cute it definitely is gorgeous and the teens and young adults look so put together it’s so different to the USA and UK lol.

  • love the pastel trend and I recreated your paris cafe at home so it would mean a lot if you check the photos on my ig at gintareglinskaite

  • Soup for breakfast is the BEST, but I’m too lazy /uncoordinated to chop garnishes in the morning. The best I can do is posole for lunch

  • The plain chunky sandals you’re thinking of are probably Birkenstocks or chacos. I’m from Boulder, Colorado and literally 95% of the population here owns a pair��

  • Hello, I was wondering if you ever has heard of a Dr. John Bergman he is on the web, teaching mostly. He has some interesting things to say.

  • Suggestion for future trend alert videos: could you please show the inspiration pictures while you describe the trend? You only show the so briefly in this video and then I always have to pause the video to properly look. It would be much nicer to listen to your description while looking at the pictures at the same time. Maybe you can do a split screen where on one side is you and on the other side of the video screen is pictures of what you are describing. Thank you!

  • Can you please do a video on your favorite Christian artists recommendations? I’m wanting more positivity music to listen to in these uncertain times. ������Thanks

  • please do more vids with like color theory / how to find ur skin undertones, how to make the most out of ur basics, maybe even a capsule wardrobe challenge? stay well ��

  • case number 386 of food stuff in popular media I’ve never encountered or heard of in real life, and clearly we have different ideas of what the word “noodle” means?

  • only the dumbasses will be gathering in groups and traveling this summer.
    just because its warmer weather, doesnt make the disease less deadly

  • I bought some chunky sandals last summer! I love them, I kinda fell like a tourist in them, but they are so comfy, they make you taller, and in Portugal it’s really hot in the summer, so sandals and necessary ahaha ��
    Love your videos ��

  • 1. Knit & cotton lounge sets
    2. All white minimal style
    3. Pops of pastels
    4. Bling even with your casual looks
    5. Chunky beach sandals
    6. Dramatic beach dresses
    7. Fringe & messy no fuss hair

  • Those chunky sandals are called tevers.. I remember my parents used to make me wear them when i was younger and I would literally cry, now I low-key want a pair�� back in the day they were more of a hippie type thing. Both my parents were skydivers and it’s what they wore while skydiving ����

  • Becca, I’m so confused aweetie(Sorry)?? But can I ask With all the fermented foods you eat, why do they say this happens? Are you eating Kefir and yogurt?

  • Ahhhh white suits your hair A QUEEN. You used to wear all black when your hair was dark red and i use to think your hair was a really dark black shade and i was wrong��

  • I kind of love it. I’ll have a look around and see if I can incorporate velvet into a daytime look. I’m thinking of some butterfly-sleeved shirt made of a thin velvet fabric