Best Bone Broth Recipe EVER (& Easiest!) + Bone Broth Benefits!!

You’ve probably heard of the Instant Pot ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

But these simple & easy to follow recipes work with any pressure cooker! All pressure cookers work on the same, simple principle: Steam pressure.

Within the sealed pot, the steam builds up therein to a very high pressure, which helps food cook much faster than other traditional methods, such as with crock pots and or ovens!

Here’s ALL you need to know about bone broth and how to make the BEST DAMN BONE BROTH OF YOUR LIFE (that’s also the EASIEST) to ensure you are giving your body what it needs to be healthy.

One of the most crucial foods for our health and well-being is bone broth (broth made by cooking meaty bones in a pot of water), and yet we’ve essentially removed it from our diet in the modern western world. Instead of nutritious and delicious, rich and beautiful bone broths and stocks, we use added and artificial flavorings made in a lab to add flavor to our packaged foods. Even if the box says “all-natural”, it’s usually not.

We’ve lost all the incredible nutritional benefits of bone broth, benefits that are scientifically backed. So let me show you how to make the best ever bone broth and tell you why you need it in your life.

If you want to delve into this topic of bone broth and its benefits a bit more, go to my blog post to learn more!

Bone Broth Recipe and Health Benefits:

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Best Bone Broth Recipe:

2 onions, chopped (if very big, use only 1)
3-4 pounds beef bones that have cartilage and some meat on them (i.e. knuckle bones, shank bones, oxtail, rib bones, femur bones)
1 tablespoon turmeric powder
1 tablespoon sea salt
1 teaspoon black pepper

1. Add all ingredients to a big pot (or pressure cooker) and add enough water to just cover the bones. Let it boil and once it boils, turn it off so you can skim any scum that may have surfaced. (This is optional but some believe it to be helpful in keeping the taste pure. Sometimes I do it and sometimes I don’t. Totally up to you.)
2. If using pressure cooker love instant pot, put it on the pressure cooker setting on high for 3 hours and allow the pressure to naturally release when it’s done.
If using a regular pot over the stove, let it simmer for 12-16 hours.
If using a slow-cooker, let it simmer for 12-16 hours.
3. Strain the cooked broth to keep the liquid gold you’ve just made.

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