- 1 ginormous Magnalite pot
- 1 medium yellow squash (sliced thin in food processor)
- 1 medium zuccini (sliced thin in food processor)
- 3 large carrots (sliced thin in food processor)
- 3 leek TOPS - bottoms reserved for a leek soup! (washed)
- 1 baseball sized onion (sliced thin in food processor)
- 2 parsnips (sliced thin in food processor)
- 1 large head of garlic, whole
- 1 bunch of parsley STEMS
- 1/3-1/2 bag of pre-washed kale (enough to fill pot)
- 1 tsp sea salt
- 1 tsp dry rosemary
- 1 tsp dry thyme
- 1tsp ground tumeric (JUST BOUGHT THIS TODAY AND L-O-V-E IT!!!)
- Water to fill pot
Just bring to a boil then lower heat just to simmering until all veggies get tender and start to fall apart. I intend to get some large twist top freezable containers soon, but for now it is cooled and frozen in quarts in zip lock bags.
I also popped the garlic head out and squashed it with my spoon and threw it back in after it got tender, and I used some to make my quinoa tonight (recipe soon!) and added more water to return to simmer before turning it off to cool.
You may notice that there are a few "bits & pieces" added.. well that is the point of stock! Save all the veggie ends, peelings if you don't use them, stems & "inedible" parts that are still flavorful & healthy. PUt them in a large freezer bag until you have a large amount and throw it all in a pot with water & seasonings to make a broth.
You can do this with bones for animal stock and peelings/sink for seafood stock also.
I'm starting from scratch so I had a lot of whole ingredients, but I will be starting my "broth bag" in the freezer tomorrow.