Did you know…
Bone broth is different from standard broth and stock due to its low and slow cooking time. The longer cooking time allows for the extraction of collagen, vitamins and minerals from the bones and connective tissue. This nutritious liquid may improve gut health, digestion and joint pain.
Easy to make at home
The secret to clean and flavorful bone broth is all in the prep. Be sure to thoroughly rinse your bones and then boil them for at least 20 minutes. Give them another rinse and place them in a 450-degree oven for 15 minutes. Throw ‘em into a stock pot with fresh water, onions, garlic and black pepper and simmer on low for several hours.