This brightly-colored, full-flavored, hearty Curried Vegetable Soup is an autoimmune protocol-friendly adaptation of a meal I used to make all the time with lots of curry powder. Mostly because I always seemed to have too much of the stuff lying around, but also because you never need an excuse to eat a healthy meal, especially when it takes hardly any effort to prepare. With six different types of veggies (seven if you count the garlic!), rounded out with a cheap cut of beef, this soup certainly fits the bill. It’s ready in just over 30 minutes and if you want to make it stretch a little further, you can add more broth for a thinner consistency. (Make it bone broth for the most health benefits.) You can also sub the zucchini for yellow squash or use a mixture of both. Also feel free to adjust the seasonings to taste or to use curry powder instead if you aren’t following the autoimmune protocol!
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