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Slow Cooker Homemade Bone Broth.

Slow Cooker Homemade Bone Broth.

To make this bone broth, you will need a crockpot, there is no need in purchasing an expensive one from the store.

Making your own is very simple, it has numerous benefits.

Benefits.

Great for arthritis, great for treating leaky gut, can heal the digestive tract, may help overcome food intolerance.

Bone broth is full of collagen, proline, glycine, glutamine and many other minerals, which have the power to transform your health.

This recipe tastes similar to chicken soup.

INGREDIENTS.

3 lbs grass-fed bones (chicken, beef or combination).

2 yellow onions, chopped.

3-4 whole fresh garlic cloves, peeled.

A small bunch of fresh parsley.

2-3 stalks of fresh rosemary.

6 celery stalks, chopped.

1 large red, green or yellow pepper of choice.

3-4 medium organic carrots, chopped.

Ginger root to taste.

1 tbsp sea salt.

3 tbsp raw organic apple cider vinegar.

INSTRUCTIONS.

Place all the chopped vegetables in the crockpot, add in the herbs, bones and apple cider vinegar.

Add filtered water and fill the cooker, leaving about an inch of space from the top.

Cover and cook for 24-36 hours on low and then let it cool for a few hours once it’s done.

Skim the fat off the top and strain broth. Then place the bone broth into large mason jars, fit the lids on and store in the fridge for up to 5 days.

This should become gelatinous once cool.

These can last up to 3 months if placed in one serving containers and freeze.

 

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