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Homemade Bone Broth versus Store Bought – Which is Better and More Affordable?

Bone Broth: Homemade or Store Bought Video
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Hi Sweet Friends,

Clearly, homemade bone broth is always going to be the best option. However, does the cost of making homemade broth outweigh the benefits? This is a question I receive over and over again. So in my “Bone Broth: Homemade or Store Bought?” video, I discuss exactly how much homemade bone broth costs to make, both with commercially raised bones as well as organic grass fed bones.

Here’s a list of the ingredients in the store-bought bone broth that’s in my video:

  • Beef broth
  • Beef extract
  • Apple cider
  • Vinegar
  • Sea salt
  • Sugar
  • Onion powder
  • Tomato powder
  • Yeast extract
  • Cooked vegetables
  • Garlic powder
  • Salt
  • Corn oil
  • Potato flour
  • Black pepper
  • Olreoresin
  • Carrot powder

Do we know which bones were used to make the broth, or what olreoresin is? (Ah. Olreoresin is a natural or artificial mix of essential oils and resin. But why is it needed in bone broth?) And corn oil? Really? In bone broth? I hope they’re kidding!

When we make our bone broth at home, we know what’s in it, and I’m confident none of us are adding resin! But what does it cost to make bone broth homemade? Does it cost more than store-bought–cup for cup? Come join me in my kitchen with my “Bone Broth: Homemade or Store Bought?” video as we answer these questions and more!

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Plus, I have great news for those of you who would like to order your organic grass-fed beef bones online. The wonderful folks at US Wellness Meats have given me the MARYNEST promo code to share with my YouTube viewers and blog readers so that you can receive a 15% discount on regular-priced items!!

And US Wellness Meats sells lots more than just bones. They offer a wide selection of assorted meats and chickens too. Plus chicken feet…perfect for making Chicken Bone Broth!

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How to Make Affordable Bone Broth Using Beef Feet Video
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