Onions and garlic for immunity

It is winter time, which means it's time to boost our immunity to keep us strong and well. This is such a simple recipe, easy to prepare and always delicious.

Onions and garlic are known to be immune builders. They are full of nutrients that are known to wean a cold. The best news is that they are delicious.

I found a way to make them easily, and then they are always ready for me to grab a spoonful to accompany any meal. Try a scoop on a piece of toast with cultured veggies.

All you need to do is rough chop an onion or two, throw in lots of garlic cloves (peeled or not), a tablespoon of olive oil or coconut oil or blend a little of each. Sprinkle some salt to taste.

Put them on the stove on a very low heat and them slow cook over time. The water from the onions will release into a juicy gravy.

Enjoy this mixture as is, or along with your meal as a condiment or side dish. They will blend well with any steamed veggie, or along side meat, tofu, eggs or tempeh.

Store in the fridge and enjoy a little each day.

More immune building options: Add turmeric (fresh or ground) with lots of pepper. See my next blog post on the value of this combination.

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