03 May 11:31
I've just been reading a bit more on alkaline, anti histamine and anti inflammatory foods. Never ending information. Has anyone ever tried bone broth?
Please don't include specific medical product brand names or external links.
03 May 11:37
I’ve been making my own bone broth for 3 months following the recipe from Dr. Axe. It’s very soothing for the digestive system and really helped me. I highly recommend you make your own Jen.
03 May 11:42
Great Rita thank you I will look that up. I was just wondering because people I've asked react with 'eeewww don't drink that'. It might be just what I need. Thanks.
03 May 11:52
I think Sarah makes her own as well. I need to look that up as well...
03 May 11:59
Oh yes that looks delicious Rita! We are coming onto our winter now so I will shop for that tmrw and make it in my slowpoke.
03 May 12:03
Hahaha slowcooker that is!
03 May 12:16
He suggests cooking it for 24-48 hours. I’ve tried both and it’s definitely better after 48 hours. I keep topping off the slow cooker with water.
03 May 12:22
Yes I read that thanks. So do you leave your slowcooker on for the whole 48 hours? Sorry just never done that before.
03 May 12:39
03 May 13:21
I just made some myself and did the 48hrs as well. Going to make soup today. What other ways do you use bone broth Rita?
Your right Jen, the info is endless and so so interesting!! So much to learn!
03 May 14:57
I drink it straight and I also cook my rice in it.
03 May 15:49
great ideas! Thanks!
03 May 20:33
I got lost in translation. Even made it in cooking class. Super base for sauce as well. Or to use in a stew...
03 May 23:43
Yes great ideas Ruben.
Thank you. I'm just wanting to drink the broth for a while. Craving for nutritious and yummy tasting soups.
04 May 08:46
I'll check my courses to see where we use the broth. If I find something interesting I'll translate and post.
04 May 10:56
That's so nice of you Ruben. Thank you. Do you speak Dutch or French? If Dutch Flemish (Flaymish....hah) then no translation needed.
I'm an Amsterdam born and raised girl. But of course translate for others. Thank you!
04 May 15:49
Yes I make bone broth with chicken bones Jen. It really does feel like it is doing the body good as you drink that stuff! Well it does for me anyway 😄
04 May 23:29
That's what I think Sarah. Thanks.I will get chicken and veges. Has to wait until next week though.
05 May 09:34
I'll have to look up the recipe and give it a go
09 May 22:59
Bone broth has helped me take control for psoriasis on my body but not the scalp.
10 May 09:08
Did you do your bone broth Jen? How did it go? I'll be making some next week.
10 May 09:48
Ah no Sarah not yet. I spent all my $$ on a naturopath visit this week but I bought bones. Butcher recommended neck bones best for broth....? I do have leeks celery carrot and onions so I could start. Then I'll do chicken next week. I cant wait. I'm really craving it!
11 May 14:44
Hey Jen, when making bone broth, try and avoid leaks. When cooked for more than 6 hours leaks become bitter. You could add them more to the end of the cooking process.
11 May 15:48
Great tip Ruben!
11 May 23:35
Oh thanks Ruben I didn't know that. I'll look at the recipe again and get what I need on Monday. Thank you.
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