How to Make Perfect Gut Healing Beef Bone Broth

How to Make Perfect Gut Healing Beef Bone Broth

Did you know that beef bone broth has many healing benefits? Bone broth contains significant amounts of collagen. Collagen increases gut health by fixing damaged intestinal linings.  

Bone broth also aides in:

  • Supporting skin health
  • Improving joint health
  • Reducing inflammation
  • Supporting a healthy immune system
  • Detoxifying the gut and intestines
  • Boosting metabolism and muscle growth
  • Improving sleep
  • Helping with weight loss
  • Boosting energy

What Can I Do With Beef Bone Broth?

Bone broth tastes great on its own as a warm drink. But, you can also:

  • Cook it with veggies, rice, soups, and beef stews
  • Braise beef in bone broth
  • Make homemade sauces
  • Add it to casseroles

It’s all in the Bones

When making homemade bone broth, we recommend using bones from pasture-raised, grass fed animals. Grass fed beef is rich in nutrients and very flavourful. At Gemstone Grass Fed Beef, we raise our cattle on a variety of nutrient dense grass and other forage making our beef….and bones the perfect choice.

The Perfect Beef Bone Broth Recipe

We’ve found a delicious and nutritious recipe that you can make at home! It’s loaded with parsnips, leeks, spices, and meaty bones. All you need is a crock-pot, and 48 hours!

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Bone Broth Tips & Tricks

  • Roast the Bones
    Place beef bones in the oven to roast 15-20 minutes at 375°.  Roasting the bones helps to lock in flavour (and it makes the kitchen smell good too!).
  • Maintain Water Levels
    The perfect water level should be just enough to cover the bones. This makes broth gelatinous and tasty. Overwatering bones will cause broth to become runny and greasy.
  • Make Your Broth Flavourful
    Bone broth tastes best with 1 tbsp of raw apple cider vinegar. This helps to pull nutrients directly from the bones. Spice it up by adding your favourite veggies and fresh herbs.
  • Slow Cook Your Beef Bone Broth
    Cook broth on low for at least 48 hours. When finished, cool broth fast by pouring it into a bowl filled with ice. This is an essential step. Leaving bone broth sitting out makes it susceptible to bacteria.
  • Store Bone Broth in a Glass Canister
    Keep your delicious bone broth fresh. We recommend storing broth in glass Tupperware or a large mason jar.

How Do I Order Beef Bones?

Ready to make this tried and true gut-healing recipe? Check out our online shop to order beef bones and have them delivered straight to your door!

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