Chicken Soup for the Sniffling Soul


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Bone Broth

Bone Broth

June 1st 2015By alezohn

Called Jewish penicillin for a good reason, broths or stocks made out of animal (either chicken, beef, duck, lamb, turkey, or fish) bones and tendons, even skin and any other “scraps” are one of the most healing foods we can eat. They are rich in gelatin and in the amino acid glycine, which help protect and restore our intestinal lining, and even make our skin glow. Paleo proponents have been discovering what bubbie has known forever, and bone broths are now some of the most popular food trends. Don’t skip the vinegar, which helps draw the minerals from the bones and supercharges the broth. As for the vegetables, I like collecting vegetable scraps, peels, stems, etc throughout the week in a container that I keep in the fridge. And that I later empty into my broth.


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