Baby Yoda Sipping Bone Broth on the Mandalorian
I’ve become quite the Star Wars fan after I was married and had our son. My husband loved the original trilogy, and our son was a big fan of the prequel movies and the Clone Wars TV series. And as you’ve seen in one of my earlier videos, our dog is named Obi-Wan or Obi for short. So we are quite the Star Wars family!
Over the Christmas holidays, we subscribed to the Disney+ channel and started watching the Mandalorian television series. The young alien that everyone calls The Child or Baby Yoda is so cute, and to my pleasant surprise, in one of the episodes, Baby Yoda is drinking bone broth!
Wow! It is so amazing that creatures in a galaxy far far away are enjoying traditional foods, especially bone broth. I would expect nothing less from these wise and wonderful aliens.
What Kind of Bone Broth Does Baby Yoda Drink?
I wonder what kind of bone broth baby Yoda drinks. There are so many terrestrial bone broths to choose from. Beef bone broth is the most popular, especially for sipping or slurping in Baby Yoda’s case, but you can also make chicken, pork, and fish bone broth on your stovetop, in your slow cooker, or in your Instant Pot.
If you choose to sip beef bone broth, I recommend warming your broth slowly on the stovetop. When the liquid comes up to your desired temperature, pour it into a mug, and add a pinch of sea salt for flavor.
On his TV show, the Mandalorian orders bone broth from an alien cafe for Baby Yoda. Today, you can certainly get bone broth from your supermarket, but it’s better if you can make it homemade. That way you can choose the best natural and organic ingredients for your broth. I show you how to make the different types of bone broths in the videos below:
If you’re making beef bone broth, I show you the best bones that you can choose from. You can get the bones from your local supermarket, farmer’s market, or US Wellness Meats. (If you get them from US Wellness Meats, be sure to use my promocode MARYNEST to save 15% off regular-priced items on your order.)
Our son had this older talking Yoda, who I’m sure drinks bone broth too. The Baby Yoda stuffed animal isn’t available yet, but if you’re like me and can’t wait to have your own Baby Yoda with bone broth cup, check out the link below so you can get on the preorder list.
I can’t wait until the next season of the Mandalorian to see his adventures with Baby Yoda again. It looks like we may have to hold on until later in the year for season two, but until then, I’ll be making and drinking a lot of bone broth, and I hope you will too.
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