How To Make Bone Broth(Crock Pot & Instant Pot Method) and Why You Need to.

Updated: Feb 23, 2019







The bone broth craze is real and it's totally here to stay. With an entire plethora of potently sound reasons backing up this liquid gold, there's no doubt that it's natures most savory multivitamin. The health benefits of bone broth are undeniable, keeping this soothing health aide at the top for wellness food trends this year. To gain more valuable insight on the health specifics of bone broth, check out my post here.



Bone Broth found it's way into my life several years ago when I began my soul provoking health journey on the Warrior Cleanse. A life changing cleanse created for women to heal hormone imbalance, correct digestive issues, clear acne prone skin, melt stubborn belly fat and revamp energy levels enabling a women to tap into her highest potential. The Warrior Cleanse had me in awe over using bone broth in my daily life. If you are struggling with any of these corners in your life and are interested in healing your body through food, I highly recommend the Warrior Cleanse. I know it will change your health, your confidence and your life. Plus, you'll be ahead of the recipe game with these bone broth recipes.





When I drink my bone broth: I love to sip bone broth on cold mornings, after I drink my matcha tea. I also like to consume it at lunch or in the late afternoon before I cook dinner. I also sometimes have it in the evening before bed if I am craving something savory. It's great in-between meals as well, to ward off hunger and amp up energy.


How I drink my bone bone broth: I use bone broth as the base in all my soups, stews and cooking my grain dishes. If I am sipping out of my mug, I love to throw in a handful of spinach and drizzle some coconut amigos or Himalayan sea salt in. I feel like it sits on the same grounds as sipping on miso soup.


How I store my bone broth: you can store bone broth in a air tight container, I prefer mason jars, in the fridge for up to two weeks. You can freeze broth in silicone ice cub tray and store in air tight container in the freezer for up to a year. Let broth cool down slightly then store broth right away, as room temp broth can be a breeding ground for bacteria.


TIP: Higher quality bones and/or feet will yield better broth. Grass-fed and organic bones, feet and cartilage are noted to be higher in beneficial substance — more collagen, more minerals, more healthy fat. When using food as medicine, you want to use the best.



Chicken Bone Broth Recipe


Ingredients:

  • 1 whole, organic rotisserie chicken carcass giblets removed

  • 2 onions quartered

  • 2 celery stems quarted

  • 2 carrots quartered

  • 5 cloves of garlic smashed

  • 1 inch turmeric root or 1 tbsp turmeric podwer

  • 5-10 peppercorns

  • 2 bay leaves

  • 2 tbsp apple cider vinegar

  • 2 tsp high Himalayan sea salt

Directions:

Place chicken carcass and all diced veggies into stock pot. Fill up with water, enough to cover chicken completely. About 4 quarts. Add apple cider vinegar, peppercorns, bay leaves and sea salt.

Instant Pot Cook Time: Set vent to SEAL. Set manually to 120 minutes/2 full hours. Let steam naturally release for 45 minutes.

Crock Pot Cook Time: simmer chicken, liquid and vegetables for at least 18-36 hours.





Beef Bone Broth Recipe


Ingredients:

  • 5 lbs of organic beef marrow bones

  • 2 onions quartered

  • 2 celery stems quarted

  • 2 carrots quartered

  • 5 cloves of garlic smashed

  • 1 inch turmeric root or 1 tbsp turmeric podwer

  • 5-10 peppercorns

  • 2 bay leaves

  • 2 tbsp apple cider vinegar

  • 2 tsp high Himalayan sea salt

Directions:

Pre heat oven to 400 degrees on roasting setting. Pre boil bones in stock pot for 5 minutes to remove any debris. Place bones on a baking sheet with parchment paper and roast for 25-30 minutes, turning bones halfway. If you'd like a darker color to your broth, you may baste tomato paste lightly over bones while roasting. Place roasted bones and all diced veggies into stock pot. Fill up with water, just enough to cover bones. About 4-6 quarts. Add apple cider vinegar, peppercorns, bay leaves and sea salt.


Instant Pot Cook Time: Set vent to SEAL. Set manually to 120 minutes/2 full hours. Let steam naturally release for 45 minutes.

Crock Pot Cook Time: simmer bones, liquid and vegetables for at least 18-36 hours.



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