I have bought a proper chicken broth by Three Stone Hearth made of chicken carcasses, heads and feet. It is awesome, but I am trying to find some good recipes aside form just microwaving and drinking it, but all I can find is "how to make your... (more)
I'll soon start a bone broth fast proceeding into the GAPS introduction diet with hopes of healing my gut. In preperation I've experimented making a few batches of broth--some chicken and others beef--and have decided I prefer the beef broth for... (more)
I used to do broth with sheep bones in a pressurized way and eat the marrow but I feel like it may be applying too much heat to be able to break the bones to get the marrow for the marrow to remain healthy, there's not data on what else is in... (more)
I was just diagnosed with "solar purpura", also known as "actinic purpura" or (ugh) "senile purpura". This is bleeding under the skin on the forearms, especially my left forearm. It's related to damaged collagen, primarily from sun exposure... (more)
I am not sure what to make of this... I'm a newb at making bone broth (second attempt), but am quite keen to heal my digestive system with it. The thing is, I don't want it to be heaps fatty, for digestive and health reasons.Method: I simmered raw... (more)
I have a few questions regarding broth, particularly the bones, mainly - is there any reason i shouldn't be eating soft bones from broth? They must be packed full of bio-available calcium right? They are so damn tasty, rich, creamy, soft and... (more)
I made a broth out of my first knuckle bone yesterday, best tasting broth by far, defintely going to request knuckles from now on, so much marrowy fatty goodness, the only concern I have is that the marrow/fat that settled on top was really... (more)
Hi all, I'm blessed with good health with the exception of constipation. I'm trying to follow the Cure Your Constipation protocol and go with bone broth only for a week to heal my gut. I'm new at this so your suggestions are... (more)
I like to use bones from grass fed cows that have some meat on them. Ask him about the source of the dog bones, if they are from grass fed I don't see a problem. Woof.
Is there a reason it would be better to cook a broth for 24 hours in the slow cooker vs doing it for 8-12 hours, straining off the liquid, and then covering the bones with water + vinegar again?
I boil it once for a brown broth, then when all the flesh comes off the bone, I store it in the freezer for next use. For my next use, I boil the same bones and they turn the water milky white. How do I know when the bones are used up? Will... (more)
Bones can be or should be used max to max 2 times, its because we boil it in very high temperature and if we use it for 3-4 times then there is of no use.
So i've been trying a lot of different things with paleo to figure out why i've been so fatigued and fruit makes me feel hypoglycemic even though my blood sugar levels are fine. I came across the Perfect Health Diets outlook on eating more... (more)
Hi All: I started drinking home made bone broth about 6 weeks ago (made from grass fed/finished bones) and about 2 weeks ago started noticing that some of my old food allergy symptoms are really firing up. I was only drinking about 1/4 cup every... (more)
I just made a broth that simmered on the stove for quite a while. So long, in fact, that the bones are edible. Just took a bite, and tasted good. Are these useful/safe to eat? A friend said all the nutrients will have leached out into the broth.... (more)
Hello all, I've got some q's on teh finer points of broths that I figured would be easily-answered here!! Top-layer: When my broths are done and cooled, I have a thick top-layer of fat (as expected). I recall hearing that this is to be removed? ... (more)
So, I'm somewhat incompetent at making broth; while it always gels over nicely, it's never clear. I think the root of the problem is the fact that I use a crock pot because I don't really want to run my gas stove for 12 hours or more. Although I... (more)
Perfectly healthy and probably better for you. Clear broth is intentionally cleared - often with whisked egg white and crushed egg shells which remove "impurities" (for which read nutrients). I like broth / stock as it is !!!
Im going to make my first broth soon & wondering what have been your own personal benefits from bone broth? I've read a few reports from searching google and most of it all it seems to help joints which is great as im knocking on 30's door... (more)
I have some of the soup bones from the beef I bought this year. I cooked them in the crockpot and got the meat off to use in my veggie beef soup. Then I threw the bones back in the crock with water and couple tbs of vinegar to make bone broth. ... (more)
Hi everyone, I've seen a few questions asked about chewing on softened chicken bones after having used them to make stock, but mine relates to pork bones. I was straining my pork broth yesterday - it was the second broth from that batch of bones... (more)
Do any of you make bone broth in a slow cooker? If so, how do you go about it? My electric oven/hob is too unreliable to set a low heat & keep it that way for 24 hours so i thought of buying a cheapish slow cooker & using that instead,... (more)
Most people say bone broth should be cooked for a maximum of 72 hours. I've been going 6 days now. each day i drain out the liquid and refill the crock pot with fresh spring water. Although most if not all the collagen is gone, i have a hunch... (more)
You can cook the bones till they dissolve and eat it all in an ideal world and it wouldn't be a problem - the minerals and nutrients in the bones would be beneficial. However, there is a problem due to pollution/ exposure of the animal to toxins... (more)
What's your favorite source online for grass fed broth bones? What kind of bone, from what kind of animal? There's 2 places in my area that has grass fed meat (frozen), and right next to it broth bones. However it's not clear that the bones are... (more)
Made my 2nd batch chicken bone broth. I made a chicken in the crock pot with carrots, onion and red potatoes (the potatoes were for my kids before you judge me harshly). Removed everything from the crockpot and picked the chicken as clean as I... (more)
I get bored with bone broth. So I was thinking of adapting David Chang's bacon dashi, substituting most of the bacon for trotters. Does the sub optimal nature of pork extend into it's connective tissue?
Does anyone know any reason why glutamine or why bone broth would cause my hand/joints to swell or what could be taking place? I've been having this problem where my hand will swell at random times (literally my right hand fingers get bigger, my... (more)
Both would result in a rise in free glutamic acid. Try sardines for calcium and skip the supplement altogether.