Beef Bone Broth
If you have not already made my homemade chicken broth, you should! and if you have not yet tried homemade beef bone broth, now is your chance! if you are new to bone broth, it is a heal all nutrient rich food, easy to digest and packed with magnesium, phosphorus, silicon, sulphur and trace minerals. this makes it a perfect daily food and also one for rebuilding immune systems or recovering from illness.
don’t delay, try bone broth today!!!
- 2 pounds grass fed organic beef soup bones
- 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar (to pull minerals from bones)
- 4 large carrots
- 2 onions
- soup greens (leek, dill, parsley, etc)
- 3-4 stalks celery
- bay leaf
- garlic salt
- water (enough to fill crockpot after other ingredients)
- bake beef bones at 350 for 30 minutes to pull marrow out
- place in crockpot on low, add all other vegetables/herbs and apple cider vinegar
- fill crockpot to rim with water
- let cook for 24-36 hours – if your crockpot has an automatic shut off, you will need to set crockpot timer to prevent this or turn off and reset at some point
- strain bones and veggies from broth
- refrigerate, freeze, or enjoy broth right away
- color will vary depending on veggies, time cooked, and amount of marrow in the bones
Jen H says
LOVE this broth. I use it to flavor other crock pot goodies. Then I end up using the bones of my next dish to make more broth. I have broth on hand in my fridge from beef, chicken and pork. I mixed them up and flavored beef I got from a farmers market last week and was told – ahem – that this was the BEST crockpot meal my family has ever had! Thank you, Jen!
I don’t understand about baking the bones “to pull marrow out”.