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bone broth

anyone make bone broth? its supposed to have loads of health benefits, im not sure what bones to get from the butcher though?

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Without sounding obvious, depends what broth lol

If you want a beef consume' then you need to get about 1kg marrow bone from the butcher. Tell him what it's for . 

 

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30 minutes ago, Breezus said:

Without sounding obvious, depends what broth lol

If you want a beef consume' then you need to get about 1kg marrow bone from the butcher. Tell him what it's for . 

 

:yinyang:

what would lamb broth be like? i prefer lamb to beef

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Lamb bones work. Not made it myself but I may try it. Get bones from the butcher or use bones leftover from the Sunday roast. Think I'll give it a try next time I have a leg of lamb :)

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12 minutes ago, bazil brush said:

what would lamb broth be like? i prefer lamb to beef

Stock pots with a tap at the bottom are better than skimming ... IMHO

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  • Treat leaky gut syndrome
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  • Improve joint health
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  • healing compounds like collagen, proline, glycine and glutamine that have the power to transform your health.
  • Nutrition researchers Sally Fallon and Kaayla Daniel of the Weston A. Price Foundation explain that bone broths contain minerals in forms that your body can easily absorb: calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, silicon, sulphur and others. They contain chondroitin sulfate and glucosamine, the compounds sold as pricey supplements to reduce inflammation, arthritis and joint pain.

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On 03/05/2018 at 0:03 PM, Boojum said:

Lamb bones work. Not made it myself but I may try it. Get bones from the butcher or use bones leftover from the Sunday roast. Think I'll give it a try next time I have a leg of lamb :)

id bite my own cock off if someone told me it would fix my depression, im going to try bone broth instead.

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It sounds weird, but roast the bones first. Much more flavour than using raw or bones roasted "inside" meat.

We use beef bone stock to cook agnolotti and serve them like a soup, you can also make pho with it.

 

Make loads and freeze in bags then youve always got some.

I don't know if it cured depression, but it's behind some of the most "homey" comfortable food.

 

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