Loaded with immune-boosting nutrients, a bowl of borscht is the perfect cure to a cold winter day. Serve with butter beet green toasts for a complete meal.
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What makes this borscht so nutritious? With a high concentration of lycopene, a free radical-fighting antioxidant, from the tomato paste, and loaded with immune-boosting vitamin C from the beets, this bowl of goodness will help keep you in top shape during cold and flu season. It’s also simply comforting and soothing, a perfect soup recipe for warming up chilly weeknights or if you already are sick.Print
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