A Spicy Stew to Heat Up Winter Nights

Moroccan spices.

Moroccan spices.

I love having a bowl of piping hot soup or stew on cold nights. It’s a simple comfort that nourishes and satisfies. The following Moroccan Stew from Moosewood Restaurant is loaded with spices and vegetables that not only make it flavorful, but also full of health and longevity benefits.
The star of this stew is turmeric, a fragrant spice from the ginger family. It’s yellow pigment, curcumin, has powerful anti-inflammatory properties and is a popular healing compound in Chinese and Indian (Ayurvedic) medicine. Curcumin is also known for its antioxidant and cancer-inhibiting effects. Plus, it has been shown to lower cholesterol and protect the brain from Alzheimer’s. So, by all means, add more than the recipe calls for if you like the taste. Enjoy!

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