Tagged: Bone Broth Recipe
November 5, 2017 at 6:03 am #483
You told me how you make your bone broth but I can’t remember all of the ingredients. Any chance you could post the recipe and directions?
Thank You.November 6, 2017 at 8:21 am #484
Thanks for the reminder!!
I make bone broth on the stovetop because I do not have a crock pot large enough and the broth needs to be at a rolling boil before turning down the heat which is difficult in a crock pot. Grass fed bones are difficult to find in our area, so I do use bones from the butcher in Publix.They are stored in last door of freezer section closest to meat dept or ask ..
Fill 10 qt stock pot with
3-4 lbs of bones
1/3 to 1/2 c. Apple cider vinegar
The rest with GOOD water.
Soak for 1 hr
Then gently boil for 1 hr
3 celery stalks
Med size onion cut in half
You can certainly vary this to taste
Do not peel the vegetables
Bring back to a gentle boil and reduce to SIMMER
Tsp SEA salt
I also add 1/4 to 1/2 tsp. turmeric for inflammatory and flavor benefit and u can add any spices as you would any standard soup broth.
Then Reduce to a SIMMER (being able to see slight or rolling boil)for 72 hours. STIR A FEW TIMES PER DAY.On a heat scale from 1-10, Broth is at a 2 most of day, 1 during overnight.
Some recipes say 24 or 48 hrs, I have found 72 best for marrow to completely incorporate into broth and richer flavor.
Water is added as broth reduces. I do this once or twice during each day other than last day. I fill and leave it. Otherwise I have found the broth tastes diluted.
After approximately 72 hrs, can be a little more or less..
Allow to cool an hour
Drain or strain the bones well (I use a metal mesh strainer with a very slight rinse and shake, allow 30 minutes to drip) into another stock pot.
Remove layer of fat
Add season to taste or not
Pour into 8 1-pint mason jars
Should yield about 1 gallon
May seem like a few steps, but once you go through the process one time, its a SNAP!
When first beginning with bone broth, I drank 1 pint per day.
I also use it to cook with.Substitute for water or milk i.e., omelets..or steaming veggies or makin gravies…delish!
Let me know how it goes! I firmly believe this broth has contributed to my family’s better health and wellness.
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