This SPINACH SOUP RECIPE thanks to @medicalmedium is super easy & delicious - with the tomato & orange base even your kids will be asking for more!
One of the amazing things about incorporating more fruits & vegetables into our diet is the way that our taste buds change. We begin to crave more & more of these fresh ingredients over time. When you find yourself yearning for leafy greens & the benefits they provide, this easy-to-make, richly flavoured soup is a great way to incorporate them into your day in an easily digestible form. With all of the minerals the spinach provides, you’ll also help curb any cravings for the foods you know don’t serve your health right now.
Spinach creates an alkaline environment in the body & provides highly absorbable micronutrients to the nervous system. It binds onto & removes the jelly-like viral waste matter in the liver that can contribute to mystery weight gain & mystery heart flutters. It’s also especially good at rejuvenating skin and turning around conditions such as eczema & psoriasis.
Celery’s rich organic sodium content has the ability to dislodge calcium deposits from the joints & holds them in solution until they can be eliminated safely from the kidneys. It is a well known natural diuretic & has ample ability to flush toxins out of the body.
Tomatoes contain their own variety of vitamin C that’s bioavailable to the lymphatic system & liver, supports the immune system to keep it strong against EBV & prohibits viruses from travelling through the body with ease.
SPINACH SOUP RECIPE |
* 1 punnet grape tomatoes
* 1 stalk celery
* 1 garlic clove
* 1 orange
* 4 cups baby spinach
* 2 basil leaves or a few sprigs of cilantro (coriander)
* Blend tomatoes, celery & garlic with juice of 1 orange til smooth. Add the spinach by the handful until completely incorporated. Add the basil & blend. Serve & enjoy immediately!
When I arrived at Port Willunga the sky was already lighting up so I raced down to the pylons where I was met by a couple of local photographers who had clearly been watching the weather too. The rain had stopped briefly so I setup my gear and found my composition.
Soon after arriving the rain began again and the other photographers retreated to shelter. I pulled out my trusty umbrella and was quickly offered assistance by a drunk local that wanted to hold it over the camera and lens for me! I humoured him but he wasn’t doing a great job to be honest.
Thankfully he lost interest fairly quickly so I took it back, cleaned my lens and got back to work.
The light and colour in the sky continued to improve over the next 20 minutes until it finally peaked amongst big brooding storms clouds.
I captured this photograph just as the light peaked, using a long exposure and timing the receding wave to draw one's eye into the photograph.
What an incredible moment in time.