Whiskey Chicken Soup
Peanuts, Lotus tubes, Black fungus, Shiitake mushrooms, Pasture-raised chicken
Lunch • 700g
One of the traditional Chinese rituals for new mothers is for the grandmother to make whiskey soup. Pasture raised chickens from Dewberry Farms in Lexington, TX provides an excellent source of protein! Red dates, wolf berries, Chinese herbs & mushrooms.
Dietary & Lifestyle Attributes
No Added Sugar
Peanuts, Lotus tubes, Black fungus, Jujube, Apple cider vinegar, Shiitake mushrooms, Tamari, Black peppercorns, Pasture-raised chicken, Pasture-raised chicken stock (free-range chicken bones, carrot, celery, yellow onion, bay leaf, thyme, black peppercorns), Whiskey, Pasture-raised chicken backs, Yellow onion, Bay leaf, Thyme, Celery, Carrot, Black peppercorns, Juniper berries, Apple cider vinegar, tarragon, parsley
Nutritionally designed to help moms heal after giving birth. Benefits of Ritual Meal's Whiskey Chicken Soup:
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Many of our postpartum meals and all of our vegetable stocks are made with seasonal and adapagenic mushrooms which support immune health. Shiitake mushrooms—one of our favoriates— are rich in polysaccharides like lentinans and other beta-glucans, which protect against cell damage, help your immune system, and boost white blood cell production for fighting off microbes. We source fresh from our community of local mushroom farmers.View our postpartum meals that support immune health
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Instructions for Reheating & Enjoying
1) Pour soup into pot with 1/3 cup water. 2) Bring to simmer on medium-low heat, stir occasionally. Simmer for 5 mins until hot. 4) Let cool & enjoy!
1) Pour soup into microwave-safe bowl with 1/3 cup water. 2) Heat for 3 mins. 3) Stir and heat for another 6 min. Stir & repeat until hot. 4) Let cool & enjoy!
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