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5 Ways to Use Bone Broth

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Today, I am sharing five clever ways to use bone broth. It’s a wonderfully nutritious beverage, but it’s also so much more! Bone broth is an ancient recipe superfood that should be part of every traditional foods kitchen.

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Use Bone Broth at Every Meal

It’s easy to integrate bone broth into your weekly cooking, from breakfast to dinner. Bone broth is a real food that can serve as a tasty soothing tea at breakfast in place of coffee. It’s rich in protein and especially collagen, which will give your skin, hair, nails, and joints a boost!

For lunch or dinner, you can also use bone broth as the base for a soup, such as in the following easy chicken soup recipe.

Can You Use Bone Broth in a Smoothie?

Did you know you can add bone broth to your morning smoothie? It will increase the smoothie’s nutrition. And given the mild taste of bone broth, you’ll never notice it.

I know what you’re thinking, “Mary, there is no way I’m putting bone broth in my smoothie!” But trust me, it really is delicious.

Here are the best combinations for using bone broth with smoothies:

In my video, I also talk about how you can add a frozen kelp cube from Vital Choice into that green smoothie. By doing so, you’ve further boosted the health benefits of your smoothie! Kale’s got nothing on Kelp! 😉

Other Ways to Use Bone Broth

Smoothies are just the beginning. For more ideas on how to use bone broth in your everyday cooking for every meal of the day, be sure to watch my conversational 5 ways to use bone broth video.

You’ll learn all sorts of ways to incorporate this wonderful superfood into your Traditional Foods Kitchen.

How to Make Bone Broth

If you’re new to bone broth, you can learn how to make all sorts of varieties, including beef, chicken, and fish, with my series of bone broth video playlist, made especially for beginners.

In my video playlist, I’ll show you how to make bone broth in a slow cooker, an Instant Pot, and even the old-school way on the stovetop. It’s easy to make, so get started today and take full advantage of this nutritious and delicious liquid. It’s the home cook’s secret ingredient!

Here are a few videos from my bone broth video playlist.

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