From the founders of Bare Bones Broth Company, 125 delicious recipes for making and cooking with the latest food trend that's taking the culinary and wellness communities by storm: bone broth. Bone broth is one of mankind's oldest foods-and healthiest, boasting one of the most complete nutritional profiles of any food on earth. The collagen, bone, skin, marrow, and fat that is extracted when animal bones simmer in water for hours (or days) are the building blocks of life, containing proteins that help to combat inflammation; boost immunity; strengthen bones; improve hair, skin, and nails; and help a host of digestive issues by promoting optimum gut health. In The Bare Bones Broth Cookbook, Kate and Ryan Harvey, founders of the artisanal broth manufacturer, Bare Bones Broth Co., show readers how simple, inexpensive, and delicious it is to make their own nutrient-rich broth at home. With foolproof directions for slow-cooking your own broth and more than 100 inventive ideas for incorporating it into everyday meals in delicious new ways, The Bare Bones Broth Cookbook includes: * 10 signature broth recipes, from beef and chicken to fish and vegetable recipes * Soups and stews such as Coconut, Beet, and Ginger Soup and a Classic Pho Broth * Eggs and breakfast, including a Bison Omelet with Yucca Root Hash and a Curried Scramble with Artichokes and Sun-Dried Tomatoes * Meat and seafood entrees, from Pan-Seared Tuna with Mushroom Risotto to Slow-Cooked Chipotle Lamb and Pinto Beans * Sides and salads, such as the Braised Collard Greens with Bacon or Yucca Root Fries * Sauces and spreads, including Cilantro Chimichurri, Bacon Jam, and Spicy Salsa Verde Discover the amazing health benefits of bone broth-the power of delicious food is only a stockpot away with The Bare Bones Broth Cookbook.Klappentext:
Bone broth is just about as elemental as it gets. For centuries all across the world, cultures have been reaping both the flavor and the nutritional benefits of slowly simmered broth. And yet, as with most aspects of our food culture, we ve wandered far away from one of the most basic and essential ingredients to all of cooking. The convenience of processed and packaged broth in a box has ousted homemade broths to the detriment of our health and taste buds.
Now, in The Bare Bones Broth Cookbook, small-batch broth company founders Katherine and Ryan Harvey take the guesswork out of making authentic bone broth at home, providing foolproof recipes for meat, fish, poultry, and vegetable broths as well as more than 75 inventive ideas for incorporating broth into a wide variety of dishes. From on-the-go beverages like their Coconut and Lime Sipping Broth or Carrot and Orange Smoothie to seasonally inspired soups to hearty mains like Tomatillo-Cilantro Pulled Pork and Fig-Braised Chicken with Spiced Walnuts the Harveys explain how easy it is to enhance the taste and nutritional value of any meal while also helping you save money and reduce waste.
And through it all, they offer insightful kitchen pointers, ingredient tutorials, and an overview of the myriad and astonishing health benefits of this modern day elixir. Just as real, slow-cooked bone broth is essential to delicious, nourishing food, The Bare Bones Broth Cookbook is essential to any cookbook collection.
Advance Praise for The Bare Bones Broth Cookbook
Once considered a professional chef s secret ingredient, bone broth is now finding its way into kitchens everywhere to the benefit of our taste buds and our overall health. The Bare Bones Broth Cookbook
offers delicious and inventive new ways to use this nourishing ingredient in everyday meals. Diane Sanfilippo, New York Timesbestselling author ofPractical PaleoandThe 21-Day Sugar Detox
Elevate your culinary home to luscious new levels by using this well-researched and insightful book, chock full of delicious broth recipes for both meal planning and your morning mug. Adam Danforth, James Beard Award winning butcher and author ofButchering Poultry, Rabbit, Lamb, Goat, and Pork
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