Bone Broth is incredible to nourish your digestive and immune system, reduce inflammation, treat flus and colds; this list goes on but pretty much it tastes pretty damn good too.
Father of triplets & Ecoriginals ambassador Nic Laidlaw shares his family recipe.
What you need: (in a large crockpot)
2 Tbs Apple cider vinegar
1 Tbs turmeric
1 Tbs peppercorns
1 Tsp cayenne
1 Tbs salt
Knob of ginger (sliced)
1/2 knob of garlic roughly squished and chopped (skin and all)
1/2 lemon sliced
2 organic chicken frames
Bag of organic chicken feet (they add lots of collagen)
Any onion, garlic skins or carrot, leek, fennel tops – things that would normally go in the compost. Collect them and store in the freezer instead until your ready to make the broth!
Throw in all your ingredients into the crock pot and fill up with cold filtered water. I cook on high for a couple of hours then leave on low all day and all night before straining.
Serve with a squeeze of lemon and a pinch of salt.
If you make a massive batch store some in the freezer it can be an amazing stock replacement for a yummy pumpkin soup (great to do if your trying to get used to the taste of bone broth). Enjoy!
Recipe: Nic LaidLaw, Ecoriginals Ambassador. Image: Pinterest.