All you need to make bone broth is some bones and water. However, you want to make sure that you are using high quality bones from high quality animals. This will ensure that you get the richest and most nutritious bone broth.
After you have Roasted Chicken and remove all the meat you are ready to get started. Just like I shared 3 ways to Roast Your Chicken, their are also 3 Ways to make Chicken Bone Broth.
*I have personally used all 3 techniques for making bone broth and do it on a weekly basis. Bone broth is one of the most nourishing foods you can make from scratch. I did not like the thought of having my gas stove top on if I was not home. I found the Crock Pot technique to be much safer and would turn it on after dinner and it would be ready for dinner the next day. However, it made my husband hungry all night smelling the delicious aroma of chicken broth simmering. I have been using the Instant Pot technique for over a year and have to say that it is the BEST BONE BROTH ever. Using the other two techniques I would usually get half of my bone broth to turn into gelatin. Using the Instant Pot technique the whole pot turns into gelatin.
There are hundreds of things you can do with the broth. You can drink the broth, use it for soups, stews, casseroles, etc. I will share several of our favorite recipes here.
I like to use all that I can from nature’s sources. I actually take all the bones and vegetables and put them in my VitaMix and then feed it to my dog for nutritional/medicinal purposes. She loves it and knows it is coming weekly. Proactive Pet Care is important too.
Shawna Cale, Got-Oils? Administrator
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