Recipe for Concentrated Bone Broth
Adding concentrated bone broth is a way to get the benefits of the animal source, especially the marrow, without eating the meat. The long cooking extraction creates a deep flavor along with the nourishing micronutrients found in the bone marrow. You can add the concentrated liquid to the cooking water for grains, soups, and stews.
I think of concentrated bone broth is a food medicine. You don’t need a lot at one time. Like any medicine, when you consume a steady supply you’ll get the benefit of all its rich nutrients in small doses. That way your body will aborb what it needs and and put it to good use. I often recommend trying some bone broth to vegetarians (usually women) because there is such value in consuming bone broth.
This concentrated bone broth was cooked a total of 8 times – yes, that’s right. I started in the slow cooker for 10 hours on low, then cooked down the liquid on the stove. I repeated this pattern 3 times more. On the 2nd round I added the vegetables (carrots, onion, celery). On the 3rd round I added a splash of vinegar.
After the 4th set, strain it off, divide into small containers, put one in the refrigerator and freeze the rest of your winter bone broth to last for another few months.
What you see in the picture is so concentrated that each small container will be “unpacked” for 3 meals, about a weeks’ worth.
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