Bone Broth

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Bone broth is rich with nutrients, vitamins, collagen and keratins; it makes hair, skin and nails beautiful! Delicious to drink or use in recipes!

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Prep Time

15 min

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Cook Time

24 hr

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Wait Time

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Bone Broth

Ingredients

Serves 1
1 serving Serves

Instructions

Step 1

Put bones into large stock pot. Fill with cold tap water 2-3" above the bones but leaving room at the top to avoid boil-over. Heat to rolling boil and foam (scum) starts rising to surface. Boil another few minutes. Next, dump entire contents over large colander into sink. Wash the pot thoroughly!

Put bones into large stock pot. Fill with cold tap water 2-3" above the bones but leaving room at the top to avoid boil-over. Heat to rolling boil and foam (scum) starts rising to surface. Boil another few minutes. Next, dump entire contents over large colander into sink. Wash the pot thoroughly!

Step 2

Put the bones back into the CLEANED pot (don't want any of that scum in your beautiful broth!) and add whatever veggies you are using. Fill with fresh cold tap water 2-3" above everything. Put generous splash of vinegar which assists in leaching nutrients from the bones. You won't taste it!

Put the bones back into the CLEANED pot (don't want any of that scum in your beautiful broth!) and add whatever veggies you are using. Fill with fresh cold tap water 2-3" above everything. Put generous splash of vinegar which assists in leaching nutrients from the bones. You won't taste it!

Step 3

Bring to boil & adjust heat to gentle boil (less than rolling boil, more than simmer) with lid on; continue 20min. Turn down to simmer. For chicken or other small bones, simmer 6-12hrs. For larger bones like beef or pork simmer for 12-24hrs. Strain over fine mesh to remove bone bits! Use or freeze.

Bring to boil & adjust heat to gentle boil (less than rolling boil, more than simmer) with lid on; continue 20min. Turn down to simmer. For chicken or other small bones, simmer 6-12hrs. For larger bones like beef or pork simmer for 12-24hrs. Strain over fine mesh to remove bone bits! Use or freeze.

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Bone Broth

Bone Broth

By saltnpepperhere

Bone broth is rich with nutrients, vitamins, collagen and keratins; it makes hair, skin and nails beautiful! Delicious to drink or use in recipes!

Prep Time

15 min

Cook Time

24 hr

Wait Time

--

Ingredients

Serves 1

Instructions

Put bones into large stock pot. Fill with cold tap water 2-3" above the bones but leaving room at the top to avoid boil-over. Heat to rolling boil and foam (scum) starts rising to surface. Boil another few minutes. Next, dump entire contents over large colander into sink. Wash the pot thoroughly!

Step 1

Put bones into large stock pot. Fill with cold tap water 2-3" above the bones but leaving room at the top to avoid boil-over. Heat to rolling boil and foam (scum) starts rising to surface. Boil another few minutes. Next, dump entire contents over large colander into sink. Wash the pot thoroughly!

Put the bones back into the CLEANED pot (don't want any of that scum in your beautiful broth!) and add whatever veggies you are using. Fill with fresh cold tap water 2-3" above everything. Put generous splash of vinegar which assists in leaching nutrients from the bones. You won't taste it!

Step 2

Put the bones back into the CLEANED pot (don't want any of that scum in your beautiful broth!) and add whatever veggies you are using. Fill with fresh cold tap water 2-3" above everything. Put generous splash of vinegar which assists in leaching nutrients from the bones. You won't taste it!

Bring to boil & adjust heat to gentle boil (less than rolling boil, more than simmer) with lid on; continue 20min. Turn down to simmer. For chicken or other small bones, simmer 6-12hrs. For larger bones like beef or pork simmer for 12-24hrs. Strain over fine mesh to remove bone bits! Use or freeze.

Step 3

Bring to boil & adjust heat to gentle boil (less than rolling boil, more than simmer) with lid on; continue 20min. Turn down to simmer. For chicken or other small bones, simmer 6-12hrs. For larger bones like beef or pork simmer for 12-24hrs. Strain over fine mesh to remove bone bits! Use or freeze.

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