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Barbara from New Jersey

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Bone Broth Cookbook
« on: November 24, 2014, 06:04:56 AM »
Sally Fallon Morrell and Kaayla Daniels have published a new cookbook with bone broth recipes and lots of helpful hints.  Looks like a terrific Holiday gift for those people interested in this very nourishing food.  Can be bought on Amazon.  Their site is http://www.nourishingbroth.com/   Another good site for recipes is http://thenourishinggourmet.com/ which had a great recipe for an apple tart requiring very few adaptations among many other simple taste treats.


If the link for the broth book doesn't work, just type the title "Nourishing Broth" by Sally Fallon into your search space.

Lynda (Fl)

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Re: Bone Broth Cookbook
« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2014, 03:13:17 PM »
Thanks, Barbara.

BarbinNC

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Re: Bone Broth Cookbook
« Reply #2 on: November 24, 2014, 03:47:43 PM »
These look great, and are going on the book gift list for my daughter!


I might not make bone broth by their definition (haven't really checked_, but I buy my organic chickens almost weekly now, and after taking meat off the bones, slow simmer the carcass all night, with onion and skin, salt and pepper, and sometimes some carrots and celery.  I love to add parsnips or leeks too.  So delicious, my grandson loves it too.


Wanted to ask if anyone buys the Smart Organic chicken, and if so, what do you think>  I think it tastes amazing!

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Re: Bone Broth Cookbook
« Reply #3 on: November 25, 2014, 09:04:57 AM »
My 1917 Diabetic Cookbook calls for bone broth type soup twice a day, with meals.  They were heavily into soup back then.  I remember that restaurants used to serve a soup course without question and ask if you wanted salad; now you get salad and soup is extra.  It appears the change was not a salutary one; an incredibly healthy part of our diet was lost about then. My DH loves soup, looks like I need to learn a new skill. 

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Re: Bone Broth Cookbook
« Reply #4 on: December 01, 2014, 10:09:33 AM »
I have to mention that I got my "Nourish" book over the weekend, and it has lots of great recipes!  And my first crockpot of broth is simmering away.  The turkey carcass from TG, grass-fed...and very good.  It's one of those huge crockpots...8 quarts or something.  Was the only thing I trusted since I'm away all day and couldn't do it on the stove top.  Am looking forward the broth's benefits, since my eczema has broken out again in multiple places...UGH...

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Re: Bone Broth Cookbook
« Reply #5 on: December 03, 2014, 08:24:45 PM »
I've had my eye on this book, and have mentioned it to my family that this would be a good holiday gift for me.  :)

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Re: Bone Broth Cookbook
« Reply #6 on: January 07, 2015, 08:25:00 AM »
I recently just made a big batch of broth from assorted bones I have been saving in the freezer so I'm good for awhile.  I was about to throw all the bones out, once I had separated everything but was then wondering, can I reuse those bones again to make another stock?  Has anyone tried this?  Will I get as much flavor and vitamins, etc.  from them if they have already been used?  Just wondering.....

Barbara from New Jersey

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Re: Bone Broth Cookbook
« Reply #7 on: January 07, 2015, 09:35:09 AM »
Each kind of bone has a distinctive "flavor", some more than others.  Beef and veal are usually OK mixed.  Your chicken stock will taste like turkey stock if you combine them.  Fish bones are OK mixed for stock.  It is usually much better to use only one kind of animal for the stocks.  The larger the animal, the longer you cook the bones.  No, you don't want to re-use bones. All the flavor and nutrition has been cooked out of them the first time.  Make a larger batch!
Freeze all your veggie scraps and add to the broth.  You drain and discard them when your broth is cooked. There are many helpful hints online for making bone broth.

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Re: Bone Broth Cookbook
« Reply #8 on: January 07, 2015, 11:20:39 AM »
Great.  Thanks for the tip.   :)

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