Bone broth has been a culinary staple for centuries. In fact, cultures worldwide have their own version of traditional bone broth, which is made by simmering the bones from chicken, turkey, beef, fish and other animals for at least 12 to 24 hours—sometimes as long as 36 to 48 hours or more.
Truth be told, it’s this LONG simmering and boiling that makes bone broth rich in the goodness it has become famous for.
The bone broth can then be consumed as is, or can be slightly flavored with vegetables or even spiced up with ingredients such as turmeric, herbs, mushrooms and more.
How to Make Bone Broth
Bone Broth Cooking Suggestions:
- Place bones into a large stock pot and cover with water.
- Add two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar to water prior to cooking. This helps to pull out important nutrients from the bones.
- Fill stock pot with filtered water. Leave plenty of room for water to boil.
- Heat slowly. Bring to a boil and then reduce heat to simmer for at least six hours. Remove scum as it arises.
- Cook slow and at low heat. Chicken bones can cook for 24 hours. Beef bones can cook for 48 hours. A low and slow cook time is necessary in order to fully extract the nutrients in and around the bone.
- You can also add in vegetables, such as onions, garlic, carrots and celery, for added nutrient value.
After cooking, the broth will cool slightly. It’s then ready to enjoy!
The Ancient Food—Bone Broth—Goes Modern with Bone Broth Protein™
Bone Broth Protein powder begins as true traditionally made bone broth, but is then concentrated into a high-quality, tasty powder providing the benefits of real bone broth—without the time spent cooking it OR the mess and cleanup.
Plus, Bone Broth Protein is available in a variety of flavor options and is versatile in hundreds of recipes—all while providing 20 grams of bone broth-fueled protein per serving!
The truth is that Bone Broth Protein delivers the benefits of homemade bone broth (which typically takes up to 24 to 48 hours to prepare), but in much less time, and in a quick, innovative, convenient, smooth, easy-to-mix form.
Compared to homemade bone broth, Bone Broth Protein is more versatile in recipes, is much more convenient, and has the added benefit of a variety of delicious flavors and options.
In short, Bone Broth Protein is healthy “slow food” for a fast-paced lifestyle. Just scoop, blend and go!
Bone Broth Protein is Friendly for a Variety of Diets and Lifestyles
Plus, Bone Broth Protein is artisanally produced with no added salt (not a sodium-free food), colors, preservatives or artificial ingredients, is free of the 8 common allergens (milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat and soy), and is an ideal protein source for those who are sensitive to dairy, grains, eggs, beef, nuts, and legumes. Bone Broth Protein is Non-GMO, Paleo Friendly, Gluten Free, Grain Free, Dairy Free, Nut Free, Soy Free and contains No Artificial Ingredients, so it’s suitable for a variety of diets.
What About Bone Broth Protein’s Taste or Flavor?
Bone Broth Protein™ is available in several flavors—in everything from “pure” bone broth to delectable chocolate!
As far as the taste or flavor, if you want to create delicious “bare bones” bone broth, then you can use the Pure or the Turmeric flavors, add hot water (follow the directions) and enjoy! These two are also great additions to many of your favorite recipes due to their neutral flavor.
But if you want the benefits of bone broth with taste bud-tantalizing flavors, then you have other options, such as Chocolate, Vanilla, Banana Crème or Cinnamon Apple, which can be added to smoothies, desserts and more for a scrumptious, bone broth-fueled snack or part of a meal.
Additionally, the Coffee and the Greens can add a palate-pleasing, eye-opening and energizing perk to your morning!
With the Bone Broth Protein “flavor wheel” at your fingertips, you can enjoy any and all Bone Broth Protein powders and never get bored!
What Makes Bone Broth Protein So Versatile?
For many proteins, such as protein products that are made from whey or are “raw,” heat isn’t their friend, so they are recommended to be used only in “cool” recipes, such as smoothies. Why? The heat and processing can denature the proteins, diminish enzyme content and more.
However, when “the heat is on” for bone broth, that’s when it shines! How’s that possible? The heat and long cooking process of the bones are what create the nutrients found in bone broth.
That’s one reason why Bone Broth Protein is so amazingly versatile and can be used and served cold, warm or even hot—without altering its nutritional value.
In fact, Bone Broth Protein is so versatile that, in addition to smoothies, it can be added to practically any food or recipe to add a bone broth-filled protein boost!
It can be included in your favorite appetizers, breakfasts, lunches, dinners and yummy desserts! For some of my ideas and recipes for using this ancient superfood for modern-day life—Broth Protein—go to: https://store.draxe.com/blogs/recipes
So, if you’re looking for a quick, easy and delicious way to add this ancient superfood to your diet, check it out.
For years, I’ve been looking for a faster and easier way to consume this powerful superfood — especially for busy people.
And I’ve finally found one.
This is the primary way I’m consuming bone broth these days. You can go ahead and check it out here: