How To Make Bone Broth is a great educational video that shows you my bone broth recipe which is a really tasty homemade bone broth.
Homemade bone broth is a really simple to make and very inexpensive.
Bone broth has so many healing benefits and an important nutrient profile that is incredible when it comes to musculoskeletal and gut health.
This bone broth recipe can be made very easily in a short period of time. My wife and I like to make a big pot at the beginning of the week and have it available to drink daily. We typically will drink it in the morning on a fasted stomach.
If you ever wondered how to make bone broth for fasting, it is literally the same way you make it for any other purpose. You can take this broth and make chicken soup, beef stew and also make other incredible soups.
Bone broth fast benefits include supporting healthy skin, joints, muscles, bones, and body. The bone broth is loaded with glucosamine, amino acids, glycosaminoglycan, hyaluronic acid, amino acids, minerals and collagen. This is why it is important to know how to make none broth.
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[Video Transcription] How To Make Bone Broth 2018 | Super Delicious!
Hi, I’m Dr. Zyrowski and in this video my wife Ashleigh and I are going to teach you how to make bone broth.
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In this video my wife Ashleigh and I are going to teach you how to make bone broth here.
It is something we have been doing multiple videos on. It is something that has been around for thousands of years and it is very healing to the body and has so many different benefits.
Bone broth is loaded with a whole bunch of nutrients that support immune health, gut health, joint health, muscular skeleton health in every way.
We want to teach you the recipe that we use in our house and I am going to have to admit I do not make the bone broth in our house. My wife Ashleigh does, so she is going to be the one to teach you how to make bone broth. So, I am going to let you take it from here.
Alright, so step one is getting your bones.
If you are going to make chicken soup, I recommend you just get a whole chicken after you roast it and have that for dinner you can peel all the meat off and use the chicken carcus to make the soup.
If you are doing beef bone broth then you are going to want to look for some bone marrow bones. That is what I have here, I am using bone marrow bones. If you have never bought them before just go to your local butcher and he will know what you need. Just say I need some bones for soup and he’ll get you some bones.
Make sure you are choosing grass fed beef or pastured raised chickens when you can. It is going to yield a better-quality soup as far as health goes.
In addition to the bones were going to add in some vegetables.
So, I am going to quarter some onion, put that on the tray here. I have four carrots. This doesn’t have to be exact, it can be nice and chunky, you are going to strain it all out at the end anyway. If you have some fresh herbs on hand feel free to add those to the tray as well. If you are in a time crunch you can skip adding it to the tray and throw it quick into the crock pot but I like roasting my vegetables when I have time. It is really going to enhance the flavors of your bone broth.
Adding some fresh sea salt.
Now, is there a reason you went with carrots, onions and celery there? Is it…
Personal preference. These are the flavors we like in our soups so that is what we are adding today.
Sea salt and that is, garlic.
I have minced garlic here, if you have whole cloves you can peel them, crush them and add them here.
Now, I’m assuming too depending on how much bone broth you would want to make you would add more bones, add more vegetables all of that?
Correct. So um, it is I have four bone marrow bones so I used about four of each vegetable here to yield a really nice flavor. After you have done this a time or two feel free to change it up how you would like to.
I have salt, pepper and garlic on here. I am going to roast this, like I said. If you are in a time crunch skip right to the crock pot.
This just got done roasting at 425, it just came out and it smells really good. So, where are we going to go from here?
You are just going to add everything to your crock pot. The reason we’re using a crockpot is because it is going to have to cook for a while and that way you don’t have to stand next to your stove for 14-24 hours.
Dump it right into your crock pot. Make sure you add in all the drippings as well.
Then you are going to add one 1 TBSP of apple cider vinegar. The reason we put apple cider vinegar in, it helps to bring all the good nutrients out of the bones.
All the minerals, all the collagen, helps to break it down.
Then I have a couple bay leaves here, you can add parsley, thyme whatever you like as far as flavor goes. You can certainly add more salt if you would like taste.
Then you are going to add a lot of filter water. You are going to want to fill your crock pot most the way. This is an awfully large crock pot, so I am going to add about 10 cups of water.
By the way when adding the water, distilled water is typically the best to use when on a fast.
So, distilled water is going to be the most purist form of water. Especially when you are fasting you want to have that pure water and so distilled water is the way to go.
So, go ahead and add the lid to your crock pot, turn your crock pot on high for four hours. Then turn it back to low for about 20-24 hours or until you’re ready to use it. You can certainly cook it longer if needed, you won’t lose much water to evaporation.
After it is ready, you can go ahead and strain it.
I put mine in mason jars because I am going to refrigerate it to make soup later on in the week. Or you can add it right on the stove and make soup for your family.
With the bone broth there is a couple ways you can use it.
One you can use it and drink it while you are intermitting fasting. So drink it during your fasting period.
What you do is drink it while you are doing a three day fast. You probably recently saw my video where I cover the topic of a bone broth fast and the benefits of it. What you can do is take this bone broth and drink it over a three to four-day period, fasting abstaining from food but only drinking bone broth and it has a really great healing effect on the entire body.
So, that is a couple ways you can drink bone broth.
I mentioned the other thing too as someone who is athletic or needs support in their gut, their joints. You can make the habit of drinking a cup of bone broth every single day. It doesn’t have to be in correlation with a fast or anything else. It can just be something that you have midafternoon or at night. It is just a healing food and I highly recommend that you use it.
Another thing that you can do with the bone broth is you can freeze it and use it later. So, if you find yourself just needing a little bit of bone broth now, you can use some now and use some later.
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