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I was happy to chat with my sweet Kitchen Pioneers during last month’s live stream on September 29, 2022. Among the topics we talked about were old-fashioned homemade soups and how to make perpetual bone broth.
This live stream replay is available to Kitchen Pioneers who have joined my YouTube membership community—The Traditional Foods Kitchen Academy.
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What is Perpetual Bone Broth?
If you have been with me for a while, you’ve heard me talk about and seen me make what I call perpetual bone broth. Now, I say that a bit tongue-in-cheek, but there really is something to this concept. Perpetual bone broth is a combination of bones, water, and aromatics that are left to simmer for a long time, with some broth being ladled out every day and fresh water being added to the stockpot that continues to simmer.
Some home cooks will say they can get 12 batches of perpetual bone broth from one set of bones, with each batch being as gelatinous as the last! Alas, I have not been able to get as many batches. However, I have been able to get at least three batches of gelatinous bone broth from one set of bones. I must say that I am quite pleased with that, especially when I am using some of the more costly beef bones, such as oxtails and beef shanks!
To learn more about how to make perpetual bone broth, be sure to enjoy my perpetual bone broth video playlist, where I show you how to make your first batch of bone broth along with two updates. Here’s the first video in the series:
What’s the Difference Between Broth, Stock, and Bone Broth?
When it comes to making bone broth, do you ever get confused over the different names for this liquid that get bandied around? The terms can get confusing. I have a video that helps you learn about the differences between broth, stock, and bone broth, but here is a simple definition:
- Broth is made with meaty bones
- Stock is made with scraped bones that have little or no meat on them
- Bone Broth is made with a combination of meaty bones, scraped bones, and high-cartilage bones
This combination of bones gives bone broth its distinct flavor and gelatinous consistency.
To learn more, watch my video about broth, stock, and bone broth.
And when you’re ready to make beef stock, chicken bone broth, or beef bone broth, watch the following recipe videos.
Traditional Foods Kitchen Academy Live Stream
These live streams and live stream replays are available to members of the Traditional Foods Kitchen Academy, who we call Kitchen Pioneers. You can learn more about my optional YouTube membership community, including members-only videos and exclusive perks.
This membership community is optional. I’m still publishing my weekly detailed instructional cooking videos on my public YouTube channel that you can watch for free. (Thanks so much for being a Sweet Friend and subscriber!)
In addition to links to the latest Kitchen Academy vodcasts, this blog post lists some of the public videos that I talk about in my live stream.
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Be sure to bring your questions for me to our live streams. You can also get to know the other members in our Kitchen Pioneers community. You’ll find a lot of fellow Kitchen Pioneers who are working on sourdough starters, ferments, and more traditional foods recipes, just like you!
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