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RE: Bone Broth - Cr33pin - 08-13-2018 09:22 AM

I've just been taking a few drinks out of these every day. It gets expensive though....
Its like $16 for two of these
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RE: Bone Broth - Lino - 08-13-2018 09:41 AM

(08-13-2018 09:22 AM)Cr33pin Wrote:  I've just been taking a few drinks out of these every day. It gets expensive though....
Its like $16 for two of these
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Are they good? 10 days ago I ordered 8 of them and a few days later they told me they are out of stock and I need to wait 6 weeks til they get them Smile, still willing to try this brand as it’s made with grass fed beef and has good reviews...but expensive indeed.


RE: Bone Broth - JekyllAndHyde - 08-14-2018 09:49 AM

(08-01-2018 05:09 PM)jbkunt2 Wrote:  Would I get a lot of the health benefits if I bought Tonktosu stock from my local ramen place and froze it?

I've been wondering about this and any alternatives to home made ramen or other bone broth.

Seems like a better alternative to purchase pre-made bone broth as a friend of mine tried to make her own home made ramen.
The entire apartment smelled like pork for days.


RE: Bone Broth - Cr33pin - 08-14-2018 11:13 AM

(08-13-2018 09:41 AM)Lino Wrote:  Are they good? 10 days ago I ordered 8 of them and a few days later they told me they are out of stock and I need to wait 6 weeks til they get them Smile, still willing to try this brand as it’s made with grass fed beef and has good reviews...but expensive indeed.

It taste great... its easy to make a tasty soup/chilli with. Mostly I just take a few drinks form the carton.


RE: Bone Broth - Suits - 08-14-2018 11:19 AM

I got a girl coming over tomorrow night. I intend to give her my bone broth.

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Hope she doesn't find it too salty for her taste.

I might also cook up some soup for her.


RE: Bone Broth - Dulceácido - 08-14-2018 12:53 PM

I cook rice in broth instead of water. Tastes great. Give it a try.


RE: Bone Broth - duedue - 09-29-2018 07:21 PM

Is beef gelatin as good as broth? I've recently been using gelatin and raw eggs instead of whey for protein shakes.


RE: Bone Broth - Hypno - 11-04-2019 06:18 AM

Came down with a cold this weeekend. Bought a rotisserie chicken, cut all the meat off and boiled the bones and skin to make a broth.

Strained the broth from the bones and added parsley, celery, onions, carrots, garlic salt and pepper. also noodles, but keep those separate until ready to eat.

cold is gone.


RE: Bone Broth - ThriceLazarus - 11-04-2019 05:16 PM

For those of you who are constantly putting the wear and tear on your bodies, bone broth can be incorporated into an incredible, medicinal soup.

You’ll need 8 cups of bone broth. I usually buy organic boxed, as clean bones are hard to come by. If you can find organic pasture raised bones the best is feet - pig’s feet, chicken feet, cow foot.

Add to this:

5-10 garlic cloves - crushed 20 min. before cooking
5” ginger - sliced into ‘coins’
5” turmeric - sliced into ‘coins’ or 4 tbsp dried and powdered
1/2 cup green tea
1/4 cup pepper corns - crushed
As much dried/fresh chili as one can tolerate

Add 2 tbsp of olive oil to a soup pot and saute all ingredients till fragrant, ~5 minutes. Add bone broth and bring to a boil, then reduce to the most gentle simmer for 1 hour. Strain and store.

This makes an excellent base for oriental soups.