Bone Broth Questions
I currently have neither and just make it on the stove, but for every year my daily consumption of magical bone-broth is adding to my life, it is taking at least that much away from my husband's due to his anxiety that I will start a grease-fire... (more)
Hello, I was wondering if anyone has any tips on places to buy bones (of grassfed animals) for bone broth in Berlin. The biomarkt told me they don't and the ones in the butchers I know are not from grassfed animals. My German is not amazing so... (more)
Post-Thanksgiving, I've made about three big pots of stock out of my turkey bones, and the last batch also had some shrimp heads and shells in it. We try to produce as little waste as possible in our home (hence, the stock), and I'm currently... (more)
Hello! I just started making bone broth. Started with beef and it turned out wonderful! I was just wondering if anyone has ever used quail feet for chicken feet in there chicken broth? Wanted to add them for more gelatin, but don't have the... (more)
I have problems with digestion(acid reflux, ibs etc) and for the first time i tried bone broth and i saw good results. I will drink 3-4 times everyday but the taste is really bad. It's like drinking a lamb. Maybe add some lemon juice before i... (more)
I started Hydrolyzed collagen 7.8g per serving which is "1heaping tablespoon" three times a day with food for SIBO. I am also doing Low FODMAP. I have been taking it for 6 days and I have had increasing numbers of hair loss daily. It's falling... (more)
Hello everyone, Lately I've been trying to do some research into chicken and beef broth, but there seems to be very little documentation on their nutritional content. I consume a lot of this because I am more susceptible to joint problems than... (more)
I fear I am among the minority here because I hate and am bad at cooking. Recipes are not my thing. So, is there a place I can I purchase good bone broth?
I've seen a lot of talk about hydrolyzed collagen being easier to absorb or something, or that our body cannot use gelatin. Anyone have references to back this up? I way prefer the idea of homemade broth (not to mention it's helluva cheaper), but... (more)
Bone broth peeps. I've been making my own broth for a while but I'm starting to accumulate a lot of leftover stuffs. I typically add carrots, celery, and onions to a large vat of bones to make the broth. When the broth is done, there are... (more)
I have made some bone broth out of Oxtail and a Bone Marrow and it's been in the slow cooker for nearly twenty-four hours now. I am a bit uncertain of which part of it's actually good for you?! I think you are supposed to put it into the fridge,... (more)
Hey guys, I was bitten by a lone star tick a few years back and got the red meat allergen thats becoming more common in the southeastern us.?? Its not really a big deal to me since I never really enjoyed red meat. But there is one concern,... (more)
I keep a big ziplock bag in my freezer, and I stuff it with whatevef im saving for my next batch of broth - chicken and pork bones, vegetable trimmings, eggshells, etc etc.?? This method is proving to be kind of a pain in the butt. Inevitably,... (more)
I just made my first batch of bone broth. Made from the back leg of a deer that's been kept in my freezer for a month. The meat was great, cut it up and cooked it yesterday, and made my broth today. In the crockpot on low for... (more)
After falling off track with the holidays I would like to kick start getting back on track with a bone broth detox. Has anyone ever done this before? How much should I be drinking a day? Is there such a thing at too much? Thanks!
As much as you like, there's not much danger of overdosing on bone broth. :) Start with a cup or two a day, or just turn it into soup and make that one of your meals.
I've seen an extremely high number of articles, books, etc. that talk about the collagen and other beneficial organic compounds that can be found in bone broth. However, aside from an analysis that found that only a small amount of calcium gets... (more)
Hello, I have made bone broth several times and never experienced this. I roasted then boiled cow bones for about 36 hours and then left the broth cooling for 2 days... (I forgot to put it in the fridge) It still smelled ok so I used... (more)
I just got a few marrow beef bones, a big knucklebone and a pound?? and a half bag of chicken necks to make bone broth. 3 questions: Can I combine the chicken and beef or since chicken simmers for less time than beef bones, should I keep them... (more)
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Hi! I have been perusing the forums for a question that poses a similar situation to mine, but was unable to find one. So, I decided to finally post my own question to get some advice. I am curently recovering from anorexia, from which I... (more)
Peeler Farms, my friend. They are in San Antonio. Google it and you'll find information.
Brief introduction, fighting mystery illness for the past 7 years, Grain free since May 2011, sugar free since February 2012. Still am reacting to eggs, beef, and even chicken. Pretty much all cruciferious vegetables give me problems, either... (more)
Is it best to scoop out the marrow before adding this to the slow cooker when making bone broth?My concern was that during a 24-48 hour simmer, the fat will become oxidized, and I might be better off saving the marrow for use in cooking and using... (more)
I plan on making my first batch, but all recipes just say "add bones". I have a rotisserie chicken that I want to use, but it has a good amount of meat on it. Is it okay to use? Keep skin on? Dint know if adding meat would change the benefits... (more)
Adding meat will increase the nutrients in the broth. When doing beef, I boil the bones and then add stew meat in the last 8 hours. For chicken, I start with the whole chicken parts and take off the meat and skin after about 6-8 hours.