Making MEDICINAL Bone Broth:
What you will need:
1. Beef marrow or soup bones or chicken back or chicken neck bones or lamb bones or veal bones or fish bones with head on preferred or chicken feet (I’m not adventurous enough for rooster heads yet but when using feet- chop off the tips of the toes with the nails to avoid a mess later)- pasture raised animal bones. You can also add some chicken livers during the last 2-3 hours of your broth cook time to draw out essential nutrients from livers if you are still unable to eat them!
2. Fresh ginger root and turmeric root
3. Real salt
4. Crockpot (I prefer 8 quarts or more but 6-7 will obviously work fine)
5. Distilled water
6. Quart sized SMALL MOUTH mason jars
7. Mason jar funnel is EXTREMELY handy & HIGHLY RECOMMENDED but not required
8. Fine strainer
The truth is that you can enjoy this chili all by itself as a meal, especially in a large thermos on a road trip or when you are working LONG DAYS with no time to cook.
I like to consume ALL of our animals from head to toe. Nothing should go to waste, but often these cuts are overlooked or underutilized to their fullest potential. BTW- Pork neck bones should not be used afterwards to make bone broth for humans, but dogs can benefit from it and you can also always bury those bones in the garden to use as an amazing mineral supplement. In fact, I hope you are cooking all your bones in a compost pile if not directly burying them in a garden to take advantage of all the mineral stores these regenerative animal bones provide.
LIVER IS THE PROTEIN that allows your body to burn excess fat, maintain a healthy body mass index and heal every cell in your body.
THAT FAKE POWDER IN A CAN CALLED "PROTEIN" IN YOUR PANTRY IS NOT REAL and I DON'T CARE HOW ORGANIC THAT MESS IS or WHAT HUMAN BEING VERIFIED IT.
NATURE has this all figured out. If you want to improve your hair, skin, nails, muscles, organ function & body mass index- you need to figure out how to incorporate this massively medicinal food on to your plate every week.
Here are a few delicious LIVER recipes using livers from various species.
There are 10 calories in 1 RAW Oyster from our offerings.
Calorie breakdown: 34% fat, 24% carbs, 42% protein.