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Healing Bone Broth

The Leaky Gut Remedy

This is the absolute best bone broth recipe I have been able to come up with after lots of trial and error. It has also been my "Go To" for years now. I used it to help heal my Leaky Gut, then as part of my healing protocol after all the surgeries I had to recover from. I use it as a base for soups and dishes, or just on it's own. Getting the finished Bone Broth to look like jiggly jello is when it's filled with the most collagen. Collagen is what helps seal the intestinal walls and facilitate the healing process. It is extremely easy to make and tastes fantastic!

Date de publication:

January 11, 2018

Créé par : ♥Tina Buenzli à Triumph Over Health

Temps de préparation:

15 minutes

Temps de cuisson:

3 hours 30 minutes




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Outils de cuisine:


  1. Place all the oxtails and bones into a large stainless steel pressure cooker. (If you don't have a pressure cooker, you can use a crock-pot, but the cook time will increase to 24-36 hours. If you plan to make Bone Broth multiple times, a pressure cooker is well worth the cost!)

  2. Add all the rest of the ingredients into the pressure cooker.

  3. Add enough filtered water until the ingredients are covered, or until it hits the max fill line marked on the interior of the pressure cooker.

  4. Securely attach the lid to the pot and place onto a large burner on your stove-top.

  5. Cook on high until the pressure cooker shows it is at full steam. (The pressure cooker linked in this recipe shows 2 red lines and has a slight whistle to it when it is fully heated.)

  6. Turn the stove down to medium-low and cook for 3 1/2 hours, making sure you keep the two red lines showing at the top of the pressure cooker.

  7. When 3 1/2 hours has passed, turn off the stove and remove the pot to a cool burner. Let cool completely.

  8. When it is safe to open the pot (the red lines are no longer showing), open the lid and strain the ingredients through a large stainless steel colander into an XL stainless steel or glass bowl.

  9. Pour the strained liquid into one or more glass or ceramic storage containers. Let the ingredients cool some more, then cover with a lid and store in the refrigerator overnight.

  10. The next morning there will be a white, thick fat layer over the broth. Remove the fat with a spoon by just lifting up the layer. There should be a dark brown jello looking goop now left in the container. 

  11. Scoop out a cup of broth and reheat in a small saucepan over low heat. (NEVER a microwave as it destroys all nutrients in food!)

  12. Enjoy this soothing/healing broth on it's own, or use it as a base in your soups or other recipes calling for broth or liquid.

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