Yesterday, when I shared about my Chickenpox To Do List, I mentioned making a healing bone broth. I thought I would share more about that here.
When we lived off the grid, back in California, I had to learn to learn a great deal.
We didn’t have a refrigerator.
No garbage service.
No running water.
We had to learn to utilize everything. I used to tell the children, “If you’re throwing something out you probably don’t know what you’re really suppose to be doing with it.”
In the kitchen this rule applied to the majority of our situations. As fall approached you never saw my wood stove without a stock pot full of healing bone broth on the burner; it stayed that way most of the year.
Once you have cooked your broth down, remove bones before serving.