Enjoy everyone!! I’m so excited to try red wine venison bone broth. I love this MDA community. Not really.
The recipe does not include water amounts. I realize why my knee joint pains from long cycling disappear after a week long drinking of bone broth.
They want to wring out a few extra years, and they’re willing to abstain from everything delicious to make it happen. It turns out that full-on methionine restriction may be unnecessary if you eat enough gelatin; glycine, the primary amino acid present in gelatin, “opposes” the methionine present in muscle meat. Adding glycine to a methionine-rich diet has even been shown to mimic the life extension seen with methionine restriction. This is such a critical post, Katie! It is amazing to me how many people do not understand the very necessary role of bone broth and are afraid to try it.
Have any of you ever done this? Nice to scoop out a cup of broth already hot in the morning and when I get home from work. I make a continual bone broth with my slow cooker simmering away all day and night with both beef and chicken bones (I find that a yummy combination!). This way, I can ladle a mug of broth and drink it whenever I want to, it’s there piping hot, ready to go. I just top it up with fresh filtered water every day.
For turkey bb i used 2 big drumsticks and it jelled perfectly. My last batch of beef bone broth was a bit strange. I used marrow bones and also brisket bones – BIG MISTAKE. Brisket bones – they’re the breast bone with ribs of bone and cartilage.
Is ox bone and ivory the same?
This is my first time to make grass fed beef bone broth. I have done a lot reading in how to make it.
The chicken eats grain raised with fluoridated water and/or drinks fluoridated water and the fluoride is absorbed in their bones. If you plan to use the bones for bone broth, I’d strongly recommend finding an organically raised chicken. Does anyone else use chicken twice?
I finally found a GREAT butcher at my Whole Foods Market who had EVERY THING organic and grass fed I could ever want! I picked up pork belly and short ribs but also some beautiful grass fed Beef Marrow bones! I only got 2 lbs but wish Id gotten more. Started ANOTHER bone broth (stove top) using all the above methods and BOY does it make a HUGE difference! Cold water – Who knew?
I contacted my local DNR – Department of Natural Resources – and they said deer can be used for bone broth as long as the animal was healthy and properly processed. Roasting the bones is critical, I use 400 degrees until well cooked, then the carrots and onions get caramelized in the pan with the drippings and finally the pan gets water, is scraped and put in the broth. So the first batch of chicken stock using web recipes and an abundant amount of additional spices rendered a fantastic stock I subsequently used as a Chicken Soup base for wifies cold and to stock up the freezer. I know this is old and even the newest post to it is old but I cook the whole raw chicken in the crock pot (sometimes two whole cut into pieces so they fit) and then take the meat off the bones and use/eat or even freeze, put the bones and skin, all scraps back in the crock pot add water and veg and let that cook on low for 24-48 hrs.
I think I read on Twitter that you read you could use the bones THREE times? Can you tell me more about that? We use it constantly at our house and it would be even more economical to be able to make more from the same bones. for bone broth chicken shouldn’t be simmered for more than a day and that all meat should be removed after the first couple hours.
Feet (and skin, and cartilege) have plenty of all that. A variation on your dad’s theme would be to take the meat off the bones at that point, save it to add to the soup later, and put the rest back on with fresh water. It depends how much you like the people you’re feeding LOL! Sometimes I’ll use only stock for the liquid, it depends on how strong a taste that batch has, how strong I want that flavour in my soup to be, and how thin a soup I want. (Same goes for sautes.) Tonight’s soup was carrot ginger with fish stock, no added water; I used a whole bowl of sliced carrots and about 12 cubes of stock, added coconut milk just before blending and it made a nice thick soup with just a hint of fish taste.
Splash a little apple cider vinegar or wine over it (about 2 tablespoons should do it, but I never measure) and put in enough water to just cover everything. Clap a lid on it and leave it there while you go and enjoy your dinner. This acid soak starts breaking down the bones so the minerals can more easily dissolve into your stock.
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Make sure to use organic, grass fed beef for the best results. That would total between 300-500 calories depending on the type of bone broth. I read another book recently that talked about sipping on bone broth throughout the day whole fasting and drinking up to 6 (8oz) mugs each day. I have a question about the broth recipe. Its 2-3 lbs of beef bone to what amount of water?
Anyway, I’m really glad to read about all these benefits. Definitely checking out that seaweed. I was paleo for a few years and used to make a lot of bone broth. I just recently went vegan after some back and forth so I am very happy to see this recipe!
Obviously, everyone is different but I too can’t eat any MSG but I’m okay with meat stock and gelatine. I’ve never tried bone broth, though. Add these veggies and herbs to your stock pot which will already contain the bones (for chicken and pork stock, you will already have some water in the pot too). Once all ingredients are in, add enough water to reach the rim of the pot.