FarmEats Grass Fed Beef Bone Broth
On these cold wintery times, it's nice to warm up with a cup of grass fed bone broth!
The other day, it was chillier than I thought, so I heated up a pot of bone broth and added in salt and turmeric to make a nice hot and steamy cup of grass fed beef turmeric bone broth!
We usually keep it simple, and simmer our bones for a couple of days in a large stock pot (turning the flame off over night). We know the broth is ready when the cartilage and connective tissues, meat and fats all come apart from the bone. Then we pour the broth through a strainer removing any unwanted bone or fats, into a metal container. We then pour the broth into glass Ball jars, seal them up and put them into the fridge!
After the broth cools down the leached out collagen becomes a solid gelatin in the jar. The collagens contain essential amino acids which are crucial for our health!
When we want a cup of broth or soup, we spoon out the broth into a pot and simmer it until hot. You can add in salt, spices- garlic, turmeric, ginger, fresh herbs, veggies, etc for savory flavorings.