Recipe: Basic Bone Broth 

Tasty bone broth recipe made in your slow-cooker - fast and easy


Great to eat when you have the cold or flu

Watch the video where I tell you how I make my bone broth recipe - the easy way...

Here is how to make this basic bone broth recipe:


Instructions

  • use grass-fed beef marrow bones or leftover roasted beef bones or roasted chicken carcass (free-range or pastured chicken)
  • Take any meat of the bones and add later to the finished broth or soup.
  • Place all ingredients in slow-cooker. Do not forget the vinegar.
  • Use enough water to cover bones. Do not fill slow-cooker more than ¾ full.
  • Turn to low and simmer for ~48 hrs (for beef bones) or 24 hours (for chicken bones)
  • Strain into bowl and discard the leached-out bones and vegetable scraps.
  • Can be frozen or used to make soup immediately.

Ingredients

  • beef bone/s or chicken bones as needed
  • water to cover bones
  • 2-3  Tbsp, tablespoon/s vinegar (make sure to add vinegar to leach the minerals out of the bones). You can use any kind of vinegar.

optional flavorings:

  • 2  bay leaves
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 3 carrot/s (optional, can use carrot peels)
  • 2  onions (can be onion skins and cut-offs)
  • 1 celery stalk (can use leaves and cut-offs)
  • 1 head/s or to taste garlic, fresh

Extra Tip:

Whenever you peel vegetables, take the cut-offs and peelings and freeze them for later use in your next batch of bone broth...

What about the dirt on the peelings?

I have been asked often by clients if vegetable peelings are not too dirty to be put in a soup. Here are my answers...

1. A bit of dirt don't hurt.... Unless you are very immunocompromised, a bit of dirt, even if not cooked, doesn't hurt you. Your innate immune system is meant to deal with this.

2. Usual cleaning to remove obvious dirt with water and a vegetable brush is more than enough for most people. 

3. In addition, the cooking/boiling process will kill most micro-organisms that may be harmful, so your immune system has just a few ones left to deal with...


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Dr. Christine Sauer

Dr. Christine Sauer, MD, ND is a German-trained, retired conventional as well as naturopathic physician, a Certified Brain, and Mental Health Coach and a Nutrition, Supplementation, Weight Loss and Emotional Eating Expert. Through her own journey from the successful owner of a large medical practice in Germany through the abyss of mental and physical illness to complete recovery, she discovered her unique process, combining education, life and health coaching, to help her clients to "Recover Your Sparkle", to achieve lasting peace, joy, and 5-dimensional health. Her mission is to be a beacon for love, joy, and peace in this scary world. Her hobbies are science, learning new things, cooking, gardening, and her husband and dog.
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