Onion Soup

This recipe is a supplement to the Sacred Heart Hospital Diet.

You will need a large pot; a couple gallon pot will do.

1 head of green cabbage

25-30 green onions

2-3 green bell peppers

2-3 tomatoes

1 bunch celery

2-3 bouillon cubes

Chop all the veggies and put them into your pot. Put in just enough water to cover. Bring to a boil and turn down to gentle simmer for 15-18 minutes…no more. Even less with the lid on the pot to help soften. The last batch I made was cooked to 12 minutes, and the celery still had some crunch.

Believe me, you do not want this soup to be mushy.

I eat this as a supplement when I am dieting. Eat as much as you want.

Your body will burn up more calories digesting this soup, than the caloric value of the soup itself.

It will change your bowel habits as well because of all the roughage.

Don’t add salt to it.

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