Butternut Squash Soup from "Practical Paleo" | Diane Sanfilippo


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  1. Wow, this recipe sounds great. I think I'm going to smoke a chicken tomorrow. Can you use the bones from a cooked chicken for the stock or does it have to be raw bones?

    1. Absolutely use a cooked chicken carcass, it is the best thing to do the night after a roast chicken. Put the carcass, onions, garlic, sea salt and water in the slow cooker overnight and TADA work done in the a.m.!

  2. I finally got around to trying this recipe and absolutely loved it!!! The spices… the tang of the orange… soo so so good. Thank you!

    1. This is a pretty high-carb recipe as it stands, so I don’t think that the squeeze of OJ (probably 1/4c or so for the whole pot) would make much difference for blood sugar regulation, but leaving it out is fine. It really does add a nice level of flavor, however.

  3. Never had butternut squash before, ended up buying one at a local Amish store for like $1. I searched and found you had a recipe, and I have to say, I made this and had no idea how it would turn out but it was FANTASTICALLY DELICIOUS 🙂

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