Slow Cooker Bone Broth Video

In most parts of the country, flu season is unfortunately still well underway. If you’ve been feeling sluggish or under the weather my prescription for you is to watch this Slow Cooker Bone Broth Video to get in on one of the best kept culinary secrets that's loaded with major nutritional value and restorative properties!

First, let’s get down to the basics. What exactly is bone broth? Bone broth is a broth that you make using bones from preferably organic or grass-fed animals (beef or chicken) and adding tons of vegetables and herbs like carrots, celery, onions, parsley, bay leaves and more.

Bone broth is nutrient-rich and contains just about everything your body needs. It aids in digestion, keeping joints healthy, detoxification as well as providing a myriad of vitamins and minerals that are good for your body no matter what your age.

I used to always make bone broth in a large stock pot, but with my crazy schedule I’m always running around, and so I prefer the slow cooker because I can let the cooking process go unattended for hours with no worries. In this case we’re talking almost 3 days to make the perfectly rich Slow Cooker Bone Broth. It may seem like a lot of time, but it's easy and so worth it. Not only will it make your kitchen smell like heaven, but you can add any vegetables, noodles, rice or meat you want to it. I even drink it right out of a mug sometimes since it has such a rich, heart warming flavor which I find impossible to get enough of. The best part is it’s incredibly good for you. What’s not to love?

Slow Cooker Beef Bone Broth from Weelicious

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Hi, I’m Catherine. Mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. My passion is creating simple, healthy recipes that can be enjoyed by the whole family.

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  • Mama Bear

    How is the bone broth stored? Can it be placed in canning jars? What is the shelf life of the broth? Thank you for your time.

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    • McCord

      I keep it in the fridge for up to 1 week, and in the freezer for up to 4 months! I think canning it would be okay, although I don't do canning so I don't feel I can give you the best answer on that.

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  • Patti Stern

    the written recipe does not call for garlic and states to cook it in slow cooker on high` the verbal recipe says to cook it on low and add garlic...which is it?

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