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I’ve been MIA from the blog taking care of some family priorities!😉
Now I’m back at it and really diving into Bone Broth this round.
Many people think of Broth or stock as the meat flavored liquid that comes in a box and you make soup with. The truth is it (kind of) is and can be So. Much. More!
It is one of THE simplest things to make from scratch too. You throw your ingredients in a pot add some good, clean, filtered water and let it simmer!! Done!
Just to give a shout out I am referencing The Bare Bones Broth Cookbook by Katherine and Ryan Harvey.
I make Bone broths a few time a year in big batches and then freeze them for when I need them. I try to reference a new and updated book when I do. I am a nerd and love the science behind things, and food science is HUGE and ever changing right now. So this is my book of choice fresh from the library! 📚
Bone broth can help support very common health conditions like digestion, asthma, diabetes, joint injuries, colic, osteoarthritis, RA, inflammation, and the list goes on. Bonus!
It is also a sustainable way to consume food. By using local suppliers and also using parts of the animal that are typically discarded we are supporting responsible and sustainable food pathways. Double Bonus!
This book goes through the many health benefits in more detail and it also has a chapter on Broth 101 to help you get the basics down if you are new to this adventure!
I am very excited too because this book explains how to use a crock pot to make the Broth over a longer period of time. To get the most nutrient value out of Bone Broth it should simmer it for at least 24 hours. This is one thing I have never done out of fear of leaving my stove on over night or while I’m away. The longest I have gone is 8-10 hours (if I was prepared enough to start early!😉). I can’t wait to try the slow cooker method!😍
Another great benefit of making Bone Broth at home is that you know what’s in it!! Many commercial broths/stocks have preservatives and MSG in them. Neither is something you want to consume.
As you know I have kids with food allergies and my own body does NOT appreciate it when I consume certain things. We eat as clean as possible while still living in a kids-go-to-school-with-a-birthday-party-every-other-day world 🌎
I do my best, as many other parents who work with food allergies and sensitivities, to keep my kids as included as possible when it comes to food. I love the idea that I have another tool in my belt to help prepare (or recover) their digestive system from something that doesn’t agree with their system. They are both becoming very active in sports and this same tool can help them train, improve and recover better than any sports pill/powder/drink out there.
The nutrition we can get just from consuming Bone Broth is crazy!
- Hyaluronic Acid
- Chondroiton Sulfate
- Amino Acids
It is definitely with the effort!!
I am getting my shopping list ready and I’ll let you know how my first ever batch of crockpot Bone Broth turns out!!