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Bone broth

There are so many delicious ways to make bone broth to suit the needs of you and your family. Consuming bone broth has many benefits. In TICM, bone broth is used because it gifts us the deepest digestible elements available, nourishing our body's bones, joints, Blood building marrow, Kidneys, reproductive system and brain. In western medicine, this correlates to the abundance of amino acids it provides and ability to heal and seal the gut lining and reduce overgrowth of harmful microbes. If you do not consume bone broth, you can make broth with seaweeds, vegetables, herbs and mushrooms to provide umami flavour. How to: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Roast 4-5 pounds of grass-fed beef bones for 30-60 minutes, turning them halfway through. Add the roasted bones to a large pot and cover with filtered water. Separately, use warm water and scrape all the bits off of the roasting pan and add that to the pot. Add in 3 carrots, 2 onions, 1/2 stalk of celery, 2-3 bay leaves and thyme. You can add whatever else you like. Boil to medium, turn down to simmer for 12-24 hours low and then, skimming off the scum that surfaces at the top. Let cool and skim off the fat at the top. You can use that for cooking later.

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