Homemade Bone Broth
Making bone broth is not an exact science. Just use a bunch of bones in a crock-pot or a big stockpot, cover it with cold water and put it on low heat. Bones commonly used are chicken, beef, pork, and lamb.
You can add a couple tablespoons of apple cider vinegar with the cold water to help draw out the nutrients from the bones.
Do not to add any salt to it. The salt concentration can easily become too high if you’ve put some in the beginning. Only add salt in the end product you make with the stock.
Don’t forget that you can easily mix things up and use bones from different animals all in the same pot.
Why should I make Bone Broth? What are the health benefits?
- High in minerals
- Support for bones and teeth
- Adrenal gland support
- Nourishing to kidneys
- Joint support
- High in glucosamine, gelatin, and collagen
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