Bone Marrow Broth - A Recipe for Health!

Bone marrow broth helps build strong, healthy cells.

Bones that have been cut so the bone marrow is easily released help provide the raw materials for strong, healthy cells and immune development. Bones from beeves or lambs that consume a diet rich in plants, house a variety of powerful nutrients that are released when simmered slowly for a few hours. Slowly simmered bones provide a broth that can be used in a variety of dishes: stews, soups, rice, etc. *

Bone broth provides the nutritional synergy to calm an overactive immune system while supplying the body with raw materials to rebuild stronger and healthier cells. Broth made from grass-fed bones is a great healing food when the body is encountering stress from bacterial or viral infections as well as digestive disorders and leaky gut syndrome. *


2 pounds marrow cut bones
1 gallon water
2 TB apple cider vinegar
1 onion
2 carrots
2 stalks celery

Optional: 1 bunch fresh parsley (or dried), 2 garlic cloves, 2 bay leaves, additional herbs & spices; basil, oregano, etc.

In large stockpot, put 1 gallon water for each 2 pounds of bones. Add vinegar and let sit 30 minutes. (This is important!) Add roughly chopped vegetables; onions, carrots, & celery. Add garlic and herbs.

Bring to a boil. Reduce to simmer. Cover and let simmer for at least 24 hours.

Remove foam from top during first few hours, and throw away. After cooking, remove pot from heat and let cool slightly. Strain to remove vegetables and bones. Season to taste with salt and pepper. What you now have is delicious, nutritious beef broth.

Use now, and/or freeze for future use.

Beef and lamb provided by BF Farms, LLC are raised on a 100% grass and plant diet. They are never given growth hormones or antibiotics and can be processed with bones cut so the marrow is released.

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Posted on July 15, 2015 .