Once again, I didn’t measure anything which makes this recipe quite difficult to explain. lol But it turned out really yummy so I’m going to give it a go anyways. Here’s what you do. Go to your local farmers market and buy:

1 bunch of white turnips

1 bunch of celery

1 bunch of dill

2 handfuls of crimini mushrooms

1 bunch of broccolini

1 gala apple

and then just use all of it in this recipe! 🙂

Also, if you don’t already have the following, go to the health food section of your local grocery store and buy:

Organic grass-fed Ghee (or organic grass-fed butter if you can't find ghee)

Pink Himalayan salt or Celtic sea salt (if you can't find at the grocery store,
order these on Amazon. They are worth it for a nutrient-dense salt that doesn't
sacrifice taste and, in fact; most people would agree tastes better than 
regular table salt)

Coriander Powder (I'm just obsessed with the flavor of this spice and add it to 
all my savory dishes, and sometimes even sweet ones!)

Then also buy a can of organic black beans, and some grated parmesan cheese, and vegetable broth or bouillons.

In summation:


White Turnips (from local farmers market)

1 Apple (I used a gala apple from the local farmers market)

1 can organic black beans

Broccolini (from local farmers market)

Crimini mushrooms (from local farmers market)

Parmesan cheese

Fresh dill (from local farmers market)


Pink Himalayan salt

Coriander Powder

Black Pepper

Garlic Powder

Vegetable broth (liquid or bouillons)


Wash all produce

Peel turnips, cut off tops & bottoms, cut into quarters

Slice apple

Boil turnips & apple for 40 minutes

Remove from water

Blend/mix into a puree

Add garlic powder & parmesan cheese

Transfer to pot and bring to a boil

Continue boiling as you add the rest of the ingredients (in any order)

Add water and 2 vegetable broth bouillons (or just use liquid vegetable broth)

Add ghee or butter or olive oil

Add chopped celery

Add can of black beans

Add chopped broccolini

Add sliced mushrooms

Add chopped fresh dill

Add spices and seasonings to taste

Serve and enjoy 🙂

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