fish oil

February 7, 2016 DALE Uncategorized

 

Hi folks,

Dr. Greger and Nutritionfacts.org have posted a few interesting articles on fish oil and omega-3′s recently. This topic is another interesting story of how a theory take on a life of its own, enters the public market and then views change very slowly with updated research.
Take a look!
all the best,
Dr. L
Split Pea Soup
 
A big batch of this was in my fridge this week. 
 
The author, Viki Brett-Gach says:
I usually make this in a slow cooker, which requires no babysitting at all. But you can simmer it on the stove. We typically turn this soup into a hearty Sunday dinner, adding whole grain pasta, cooked greens, or diced potatoes to our bowls. This makes a big pot of stick-to-the-ribs soup, and you’ll find there’s plenty for a few extra bowls during the week.
 

INGREDIENTS

PREPARATION

Slow Cooker Instructions

  • Combine all ingredients in a large slow cooker. Set to low if using a newer slow cooker, or high if an older one, and cook for 7-9 hours. Use an immersion blender to create an even creamier texture, if desired.

Stovetop Instructions

  • Combine all ingredients in large soup pot, and bring to a rolling boil. Cover and reduce heat, and continue simmering for around 2 hours, or until split peas are tender and soup becomes thick and creamy. Use an immersion blender to create an even creamier texture, if desired.

Tips

  • Add to each bowl your choice (or a combination) of boiled potatoes, brown rice, whole grain pasta, or cooked greens.


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