“Good Broth Will Resurrect the Dead”


BONE BROTH

Bone broth is a superfood, full of minerals that our body can absorb easily & that are necessary for our bone health. It is used for healing many diseases like diabetes, tuberculosis, muscle diseases and cancer!

http://www.westonaprice.org/food-features/broth-is-beautiful

HOW TO MAKE CHICKEN STOCK:

Ingredients:

1 Whole Free Range Organic Chickens

4 Quarts Filtered Water

3-4 Celery Ends (I save mine in the freezer, until I’m ready to make a broth)

1 Onion Coarsely Chopped

2 Carrots Chopped

4-5 Garlic Cloves halved

2 Tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar

Directions: You can add other veggies if you wish 😉 make it your creation!

Use a chicken and either bake it (then strip off all the meat) or put it in a crockpot for an hour or two and let the meat fall off.  Then use the meat for a meal and throw all the bones back into the crockpot, along with the celery ends, coarsely chopped onion, garlic, carrots, and apple cider vinegar.  Let stand in crockpot for 30 minutes to an hour.  Then put the crock put on low for 1-2 days. The longer you leave it the more the bones will release.  Strain your broth into a container and chill in the refrigerator. Once it’s chilled scoop off the fat from the top of the stock. (I store it in a gallon wide mouthed glass jar.)  You’re broth is ready to drink!

Drink one cup a day to get your calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, silicon, sulfur and trace minerals.  Broth stores in the fridge for 3 days.  If you’re making this for 1-2 people you may want to freeze half until you’re ready to drink it.

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