Rich Bone Broth

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Broths and stocks are a delicious warm liquid drinkable not only when feeling ill, but as often as daily. This rich bone broth, is delicious liquid provides so many vital nutrients, minerals and important amino acids. It seems our world today has forgotten how easy we can help heal and improve our health by making foods from scratch; traditional, sacred foods that have been so long understood by their healing properties.

Enjoy all the qualities broths and stocks have to offer, from warmth and rejuvenation, to smooth skin, shiny hair and strong nails. Broths will help lift your spirits up and build your immune system to chase away any cold. Enjoy this mineral and nutrient dense liquid in a mug with some of your favourite spices, sea salt and garlic. Broth is a perfect way to start a chilly day.

Find my full write-up about the importance and the huge benefits of bone broths, broths and stocks and why you definitely want to make these a routine in your house hold, on my page Healing Broth, The Benefits.

ღTina

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Rich Bone Broth
Warm, rich, nutrient dense broth to chase away any cold or to simply enjoy daily for optimal health and beauty.
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
24 hr
Total Time
24 hr
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
24 hr
Total Time
24 hr
Ingredients
  1. 1 large stainless steel pot of filtered water (mine is a 10qt) or at least a 6qt crock pot
  2. 1-2 tbsp. apple cider vinegar (depending on your pot size, I use 2 tbsp. for my large pot)
  3. 1 pastured, traditionally raised chicken carcass
  4. 2 pastured, traditionally raised cow marrow bones
  5. 1 large red onion
  6. 4 organic washed carrots
  7. 4 organic washed stalks celery
  8. 1 bulb garlic peeled
  9. 1 piece ginger
  10. 1 bunch of parsley, added at the last hour.
Instructions
  1. Fill your pot up with filtered water (leaving 4 inches from the top)
  2. Set your stove to 'boil'
  3. Put in your apple cider vinegar
  4. Place in your bones and wait for the pot of water to boil
  5. Once at a rolling boil you will need to take a small slotted spoon and scoop off out the 'scum'
  6. (this is optional, though it may look quite unappetising, it isn't a necessary step)
  7. Turn your stove down to med/low - simmer
  8. Add in all your vegetable but the parsley
  9. Keep a lid on your pot and let it simmer for 12-24hrs. You may have to turn it down to low as I do on my stove. (I have a new electric stove and it gets MUCH hotter than my previous gas stove - which I dearly miss)
  10. Don't forget to check it overnight, keeping it on the lowest simmering setting possible, or like me you may lose all the broth and end up with burnt chicken bones and veggies at the bottom in the morning and a house that smells of an over did Thanksgiving turkey. This was my experience adjusting to my new stove. I now keep mine at about a 1.5
Notes
  1. You can use different vegetables like potatoes, (great for post partum mommies) zucchini, beets, squash, leeks or tomato. You can also add in greens like kale, chard, spinach, dandelion or cilantro when there is about 1-2hrs of simmering left.
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