What is the first thing you think of eating when you have a cold or flu? Chicken broth, right? The clear, flavorful broth made from fresh chicken and vegetables restores your soul as well as your body.
"No longer just a building block for soups and sauces, bone broths are now being embraced for their innumerable health benefits, from cultivating a healthier gut to greater resistance to colds and other illnesses."Chef Canora shares directions for many different broths including beef, chicken and his signature "hearth broth" plus delicious add-ins such as roasted garlic puree. He also suggests places to obtain grass-fed bones. His recipes aren't just for bone broths, there are shellfish and seaweed broths and a frugal "end-of-the-month broth", plus suggested ingredients for broth bowls.
|Roasted beef bones|
Making bone broth does take several hours, but the actual hands-on time required is minimal. When finished, the broth is strained into jars and cooled in the refrigerator. Any fat solidifies on top and is easily removed with a spoon, leaving a healthy, flavorful broth to sip or to add to soups, stews and other dishes.
|French Onion Soup made with beef bone broth|
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