Crockpot Bone Broth Recipe

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One of the best ways to treat a cold or symptoms of the flu is to prepare chicken broth. If you can make your own broth, then it will be a lot better than store bought products. Chicken broth that can be bought at local grocery stores contains various additives and a lot of sodium. A crockpot bone broth will be a good option for a homemade broth.

If you are familiar with making chicken stock, then a crockpot bone broth is really similar. You can use chicken bones, turkey bones, and bones from beef to make a crockpot bone broth. This will mean there is no reason to waste any material that is leftover after preparing a meal. The best thing about making any homemade broth is you can freeze it or keep in in your refrigerator.

All you need to complete this project is a basic crockpot or slow cooker. The material in your crockpot will need to be strained once your crockpot bone broth is ready. You will need to use a sieve or strainer for this part of the process. If you want to keep the broth in a refrigerator or freezer, then mason jars can to be used.

Expect to wait at least 24 hours to make a batch of crockpot bone broth. This will mean you may want to set a timer or find a crockpot that has a built in timer. The reason the broth takes so long to make is the flavors and nutrients will time to properly infuse.

Instructions to make your own crockpot bone broth are found on here…

Crockpot Bone Broth Recipe

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