Grass Fed Animal Bones are rich in calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus and collagen which could help:
Protect Joints. ...
Are good for the Gut. ...
Maintain Healthy Skin. ...
Support Immune System Function. .
Boost Detoxification. ...
Aid the Metabolism and Promote Anabolism.
You can use bone broth in any recipe that calls for beef broth. We also add bone broth to our dogs' dry dog food.
*Recipe adapted from "Beef Bone Broth Recipe" by Dr. Axe*
Recipe courtesy of Graze the Prairie
4 lb. beef bones with marrow ( I highly recommend roasting the bones; adding a little tomato paste before roasting adds a great flavor and color to your bone broth)
4 carrots (chopped)
4 celery stalks (chopped)
2 medium onions (peel on, sliced in half lengthwise and quartered; vegetable scraps works well also. Just save some in the freezer in a bag or container)
4 garlic cloves (peel on and smashed)
1 tsp kosher salt
1 tsp whole peppercorns (fresh ground pepper is fine if you don't have whole peppercorn)
2 bay leaves
3 sprigs fresh thyme
5-6 sprigs parsley (may use dried herbs or spices, I always add a little turmeric and ginger to my broth)
¼ cup apple cider vinegar
18-20 cups cold water (no need to measure; just make sure your bones are completely covered)
Place all ingredients in a 10 quart capacity crock-pot. Add in water.
Bring to a boil over high heat; reduce and simmer gently, skimming the fat that rises to the surface occasionally.
Simmer for 24-48 hours.
Remove from heat and allow to cool slightly.
Discard solids and strain remainder in a bowl through a colander. Let stock cool to room temperature, cover and chill.
Use within a week or freeze up to 3 months.
NOTES: You can use bone broth in any recipe that calls for beef broth.
We also add bone broth to our dogs' dry dog food.