The premise that Chicken Soup is an important source of healing and nourishing indeed comes from the food itself. I just finished reading The Secrets of People who Never Get Sick by Gene Stone. In it, he has a chapter about chicken soup and its benefits. There is a recipe from Cooking Jewish, by ]udy Bart Kancigor which is supposed to be the standard chicken soup formula. Sadly, the same flaws in the Chicken Soup for the Soul series have happened to the commonplace, modern food version of soup as well.
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Seems so obvious that if you take a shopping cart full of produce and steep it in hot water for a couple hours, you're going to get a lot of nutrients in a tasty soup. Why do we settle for this drivel in our mind from silly books or in our belly from silly canned goods? The moral of the story: Pay attention to what goes in your mind and body. We are what we eat, literally and figuratively.