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cooking bones w/rice.

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created August 31, 2012 at 1:35 AM

I don't have the space or convenience for making bone broth. Was wondering if any minerals from bones will leak if I threw some in along with rice while cooking? I'm aware that's it's too short of time to compare it to broth but fatty ribs cooked with rice taste awesome.

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B124653b19ee9dd438710a38954ed4a3

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on September 19, 2012
at 09:27 AM

You could do this and repeat using the same bones several times, or go with smaller bones (such as chicken wings).

But how about making bone broth quickly: Making bone broth over many hours started to annoy my flat mates, and is quite time consuming. So I switched to using a pressure cooker. Bone broth in 30-60 minutes! And I often do it with a cut of meat so I get the meat and broth (lamb shanks, pork hocks, pork knuckles, ...).

Simple recipe: http://nomnompaleo.com/post/16004110328/quick-pressure-cooker-bone-broth

TIP: To save more time, to release the pressure quickly and naturally, move the pressure cooker to the sink and poor cold water on the lid. It will reduce the pressure in a minute rather than 10-15 and without blowing steam all over the place as quick releasing would.

The pressure cooker has made EVERYTHING EASIER! And, since it can also be used as a normal pot, I was able to ditch another large pot to save space since. (No space in London).

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on August 31, 2012
at 01:52 AM

you will certainly get more nutrients absorbed into the rice than you will with just water. But rice cooks in what 30 minutes? unlikely to get a lot out of that.

I have some space issues too. I make my bone broth, and then put it into ice cube trays in the freezer. Then you use the amount you need.

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