Bone broth provides an abundance of vitamins and minerals. Plus ‘wiggly jiggly’ bone broth is a great source of collagen. You can learn about the benefits of bone broth in our recent article on White Oak Pastures' blog. But, not all bone broths are equal. The items you use to make your bone broth (from the source of the bones to the other ‘off-cuts’ added) will make a difference in the nutrient composition and amount of ‘jiggle’ that results. Below you’ll find our favorite recipe for creating the ultimate, great-tasting, nutrient-dense, “wiggly jiggly” bone broth.
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This is a great way to utilize all of the animal. We take leftover meat trimmings, bones, and any other scraps to make this flavor rich broth. This broth once finished can be used to add more flavor, as well as nutrition to soups and gravies, or you can add some fresh herbs and spices to make a warm, mineral rich tonic. You can substitute any poultry species for this broth or use a combination. My top three are chicken, guinea and turkey.