Bone Broth Recipe
Bone broth is a great source of bio-available calcium – which means that it can be easily absorbed, assimilated and utilized by our body. Use this broth to make soup, stew and chili; or use it to cook beans and rice.
This is the “Gut Healing Bone Broth” recipe is from Dr. Liz Lipski, the author of many books on digestive wellness:
Bones from poultry, fish, beef, lamb, shellfish or whole chicken or whole carcass (remove
meat when cooked – about 1 hour)
8-10 cups of water
1–2 Tbsp of lemon juice or vinegar
1–2 tsp salt
½ tsp pepper
2 stalks celery
½ c. fresh Parsley chopped or 2 tbsp dried parsley
1-2 tsp sage
1-2 tsp rosemary
1-2 tsp thyme
2-3 bay leaves
2 Tbsp raw apple cider vinegar or 1 lemon
Put all ingredients into pot. Bring to boil.
Let simmer on low for several hours (4–24) or in crock pot on low.
Remove bones and skim off fat.
Uses for broth:
Use as stock for soup.
Drink as a warm beverage.
Use as the cooking liquid for vegetables and grains.
Make gravy from the fats.