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Bone Broth 101

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The kids are going back to in-person learning. And while that might mean more free time for parents, it also means that our children's immune systems are seriously being put to the test. A great way to support the immune system and help fight off illness is with bone broth. Most of our immune system is located in the gut and bone broth's high gelatin and collagen content is a great way to support gut health. Simply put, bone broth is a wonderful source of easily digestible, bio-available nutrients. #inpersonlearning
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EASY BONE BROTH BREAKFAST SKILLET
Whether you are brunching-in or need a quick meal for a weekday morning, this easy bone broth skillet is naturally gluten-free, dairy-free, keto, paleo, and Whole30 compatible. To make you will need:
2 tbsp avocado oil
½ cup chopped onions
½ cup chopped baby bella mushrooms
1 cup diced sweet potatoes
½ cup diced bell peppers
½ cup broccoli, chopped
4 oz Bone Brewhouse bone broth (any flavour)
Salt to taste
2 poached eggs
2 pork sausages (sugar free)
Heat a cast-iron skillet on medium-high with the ghee. While it heats, chop your onions, mushrooms and potatoes. Once the oil starts to bubble carefully add the mushrooms and brown, then add the onions, and finally the potatoes. Sauté for about five minutes adding more ghee or avocado oil if necessary to get all of the veggies nice and cooked. While that is cooking chop your broccoli, keep it about the size of your thumb to ensure it gets cooked through. Add the broccoli to the skillet and stir for an additional minute. Now add the bone broth - stir gently and cover for 3 minutes to steam the broccoli. Add salt to taste. Serve with eggs and sausages! Bon appétit!
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Turn leftovers into stews. Surplus festive food makes a brilliant meal. Experiment - you really can’t go wrong! Inventing a stew from leftovers is a fun way to experiment and create your own zero-waste recipes.
1 small handful alliums (onion, leek, garlic), peeled and chopped, per person
1 tbsp chopped celery per person
1 small handful mixed leftover cooked and raw vegetables per person
Bone Brewhouse bone broth, to cover
Leftover meat (optional)
Optional serving suggestions: torn stale bread, chopped nuts, short-life yoghurt or milk, cooked beans and pulses, finely chopped herb stalks and leaves – just remember: two or three main flavours are plenty to make something taste good

Start by sweating down a base of whatever alliums you have with some chopped celery. Once it’s all cooked through, add any other cooked or raw vegetables such as roast parsnips, boiled brussels sprouts or glazed carrots, all diced into large or small chunks, depending on how you are feeling. Cover the lot with bone broth and bring to a boil, then season and simmer for 20 minutes. Stir in any saved meat pickings to warm through, then season to taste and serve. The world is your oyster here, and you really can’t go wrong. Post your stews and tag us!
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