It was time to make some bone broth again. So, I figured I'd make a video for you on how I do it. This way you can have my step-by-step instructions when you are ready to make yours.
I love bone broth for a million reasons- and everyone in my family drinks it, including the baby. It's an all-mighty health elixir that I recommend you consume 4 ounces of a few times each week. It will help improve digestion, boost your immune system, amp up collagen production in your skin, help you sleep better, balance your hormones and bring you back to health after a bad cold.
How I make it at home is a little different than how some of the recipes tell you to do it. I actually keep mine as a chicken soup instead of separating out the broth. It's just easier that way for my life.
Aimee- am I understanding your recipe correctly that I cook the chicken with the meat still on it rather then just the chicken bones and some bits? Wouldn’t that make chicken broth or stock? I’m confused how the good stuff gets out of the bones which all the meat still attached. Please let me know your thoughts.
Hi, Karen! You can do it either way but the meat being on the bone doesn’t block the nutrients from coming out of the bones.
Is there a way to make this in the instant pot? I could let it sit for the hour with the vinegar in the pot but then I’m not sure how long to cook for. Any advice?
There are recipes for instant pot bone broth in Aimee’s books Body Belief and The Egg Quality Diet.