SIBO Soups Cookbook

Enjoy 40 delicious, affordable and easy to make soup recipes from the SIBO Soups eCookbook. Recipes are suitable for people following a SIBO Bi Phasic Diet, Low FODMAP Diet or Gluten-Free Diet.

This electronic cookbook contains basic stock recipes, vegetarian and vegan soup recipes, chicken and poultry soup recipes, fish and seafood soup recipes and meat-based soup recipes (beef, pork, lamb).

Recipes are gluten-free, dairy-free (or dairy-free alternative), sugar-free, and grain-free (except the occasional use of rice and rice noodles). It is delivered immediately via PDF download to your email account.

Recipes Included in SIBO Soups Cookbook

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Stock recipes

  • Vegetable stock

  • Chicken stock

  • Beef stock

  • Pork stock

  • Fish stock

  • Seafood stock

Vegetarian and vegan soups

  • Roasted tomato and basil soup

  • Vibrant green soup

  • Roasted butternut squash and sage soup

  • Beetroot gazpacho

  • Tomato and chilli soup

  • Indian spiced carrot and lentil soup

  • Creamy broccoli, kale and leek soup

  • Carrot, ginger and orange soup

  • Chunky vegetable soup

  • Broccoli and pumpkin curry noodle soup

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Chicken and poultry soups

  • Vietnamese chicken pho

  • Turkey meatball and rice soup

  • Thai tom kha gai soup

  • Japanese roast duck ramen noodle soup

  • Creamy turkey and broccoli soup

  • Roasted duck and vegetable noodle soup

  • Greek avgolemono soup

  • Chicken and pumpkin soup

Fish and seafood soups

  • Seafood bouillabaisse

  • Seafood tom yum soup

  • Clam chowder

  • Fish broth soup

  • Malaysian prawn laksa soup

  • Seafood gumbo

  • Creamy seafood bisque

  • Spicy roasted red capsicum and prawn soup

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Meat based soups (Beef, Pork, Lamb)

  • Pea and ham soup

  • Beef noodle soup

  • Tomato and meatball soup

  • Icelandic lamb soup

  • Hearty beef rib soup

  • Chinese lamb and rice soup

  • Beef and winter vegetable soup

  • Chilli bacon and lentil soup

12 thoughts on “SIBO SOUPS Cookbook”

  1. Good afternoon, l did Rebecca’s course prior to Covid and l remember she knew a couple of good People who helped with Adhesion release and fascia work a person in Melbourne and one in Brisbane .
    I was wondering if l could have there numbers

  2. Hi Rebecca,

    I just wondered if your soups have a lot of lentils, pulses, potato, dairy, sugars, starches in them as I am very limited in my diet with food sensitivities. Every cookbook I think is going to be good one I carn’t eat a lot of the ingredients.Can you recommend anything. I only make sous mostly but need new inspiration.

    Thanks Shirley

    1. Rebecca Coomes

      Hi Shirley
      Thanks for your question. My recipes are based of the SIBO Bi Phasic Diet and Low FODMAP food lists. There’s no sugar or dairy. The recipes are naturally low in starch and fibre because of the diet protocols they follow. There are some lentils and potatoes used, but these are the minority of recipes and could be omitted easily.
      I hope that helps!

  3. I recently purchased this book because I have a friend who needs to follow a SIBO diet. A group of us gather once a month, and I prepare our meal. So, I am trying to find SIBO vegetarian options we would all enjoy.
    In looking through this cookbook, I was overjoyed at the variety, depth and flavor offered; recipe after recipe after recipe. I highly recommend it. You will not be disappointed.

  4. Hi Rebecca, I have purchased your previous cookbooks in the past and noticed you have the same cookbooks on your sight for different countries. , Did you change each to use the most common ingredients in each country to make the recipes easier ??
    Is your new soup cookbook universal, or will you modify it too?

    1. Hi Teresa
      The US and UK editions of the SIBO Soups eCookbook are coming this week. And yes, I modify the books so they use the ingredient names used in that region (eg. Zucchini in AU and US and courgette in the UK book). I also use the metric system in the AU and UK books and the imperial system in the US books.
      I hope that helps!

  5. These soups do not disappoint – so easy to make from simple everyday ingredients, they smell divine and taste delicious! Any ingredient you can’t tolerate or don’t have to hand can be easily swapped for another. In fact, Rebecca herself gives tips on how to make some soups lower in FODMAPS or easier to digest in early stages of SIBO treatment. I can see me making some of our favourites over and over again – yes, they taste that good! Great recipes for varying a SIBO friendly diet – much needed and really helpful!

  6. Finally a soup book for those of us who do better with warm foods. Salads don’t sit well with me and so this is a life-saver for lunches…Plus super easy to prepare and freeze for the quick lunch when there is no time. I have loved all the recipes I have tried so far. Thank you Rebecca!

  7. Living in Western Canada, we experience very long and VERY cold winters. Soup is definitely one of my staples.
    But having SIBO makes it nearly impossible to purchase store-bought soups and making my own stocks and soups seemed like a big hassle.
    However, when Rebecca put out the call for recipe testers for her new soup cookbook, I jumped at the chance!
    You see, I have ALL of Rebecca’s cookbooks and her recipes are not only mouth-wateringly delicious, they are simple and easy to make.
    In fact, without her, I don’t know if I would have been able to survive the Bi-Phasic Diet (no joke)!
    As a self-proclaimed foodie, I was mourning the loss of many of my favourite foods but Rebecca came to the rescue with SIBO-safe versions of all my comfort food faves.
    Now, I have many hearty and satisfying soups that I can add to that list and it almost makes me look forward to winter (almost). 😉
    My freezer is now stocked and I couldn’t be happier.
    Thank you again Rebecca for your creative genius in the kitchen and your continued dedication to helping out your fellow SIBO brothers and sisters.

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