Soup. Throw in cooked chicken & veggies.
chicken with bone broth is good?
Yes, especially home made... From chicken bones...
what ever is left on the bone, carrotts, spinach onions
Can someone post a recipe please.
there is a bone broth recipe in the files section on the left of this page
I make lots of soups with bone broth. I sauté lots of veggies in olive oil or coconut oil, add spices, add choice of cooked meat, and add bone broth.
If you have the Instapot you can also make it much faster using the pressure cooker function.
Yeah.... And I thought a beef stew, too.
It is normal soup
Yeah... Guess it was kind of a dumb question.
I made a variation of this soup yesterday. https://pin.it/qrcwlj6u3k5aj2
I make it every week - it's just chicken soup that cooks for a long time. Chicken carcass, onion, celery, carrot, apple cider vinegar and water. Cook in slow cooker for 24 hours.
I just start reading the book bone broth diet. I'm gonna try it. Cant hurt. A friend just told me about it. She is now off all her meds and lost a lot of weight. She feels wonderful.
Soup! Go to Allrecipes and search by ingredient. Type chicken broth or beef broth in the ingredient search and just find good recipes that call for broth. Chili, gumbo, jambalaya, chicken, taco, etc.
I have some going now!
How long do you cook it in the slow cooker?
For poultry bones, 24 hours. For beef bones, 48 hours.
Roast the bones, onions, carrots, and celery first. Put everything in the slow cooker, along with salt, pepper, garlic cloves, bay leaves, and herbs of choice (pictured - sage, but sometimes I use parsley, thyme, oregano, etc.). Cover everything with filtered water, bring it to a boil on high, then turn it down to low. If it's still boiling, switch it over to keep warm.
What kind of poultry bones do you use? Does it gel?
This time, I'm using a turkey carcass (frozen since Thanksgiving), but usually, I'll but the best chicken I can - either a whole organic chicken (which I'll season, roast, eat, then use for bones), or you can buy a large pack of organic wings at Costco or something for pretty cheap and just dump the whole thing in there. Some people add chicken feet for extra collagen, but I personally find that to be absolutely disgusting. The only place I've seen chicken feet is at an Asian Market, and they aren't cage-free, pastured, organic, etc. If you do it long enough, you should get a gelatin layer at the top after refrigeration.
I drink some straight from the carton/bottle. Anyone have a favorite brand? I heard kettle and fire is good.
soup make mine from moose bones buy vegatable broth
I drink a liquid collagen mix that does the same thing but daily. Helps joints tremendously. Amazing product.
What product do you use?
With some great seasonings, I do drink a cup of it before bed- it replaced a cup of tea for me.
u can get it as a poweder
It's just like Chicken broth.
Me too! I was talking about/thinking about bone broth... Beef bone... I should have said that.
I either just drink it or make soup too. (I really enjoy the flavor)