You’ve made your first batch of delicious, nutritious, warming bone broth. You’ve divided it up into smaller portions, ready to be used for… um. Okay so you don’t know what to use your bone broth in. That’s okay, because I’m here to help (Georgia saves the day yet again!).
I was introduced to the idea of making bone broth by a friend who was telling me that she was hearing more and more about it recently so was looking into making it herself. She was telling me about the benefits of making and consuming bone broth, as well as the nutritional benefits of eating more meat off the bone – basically for the same reasons, those reasons being that there are a number of super beneficial minerals in bones that you miss out on when you don’t cook with bones still in.
Within no time at all she had made her first batch and sent me a photo of her before and after broth that kicked my butt into gear to make my own as well.
Check out her inspirational broth coming together in the next three photos.
Bone broth is sort of like a stock that you can use in cooking as a base for soups or when slow cooking meat to keep it juicy and delicious (with the bone in is better remember!). But here's a plot twist... bone broth can also be consumed as a drink that is a quick way to get extra vitamins, minerals and amino acids into your bod!
A bone broth advocate and amazingly inspiring woman, Melissa Ambrosini swears by bone broth and encourages everyone to get into having bone broth daily to improve gut health. I have taken her bone broth guidelines to create my own chicken based bone broth that I plan to have daily – either in my cooking or as a drink.
Follow me through the timeline of this amazing broth coming together and see my version of a home-made, organic, tasty and super healthy bone broth below!