This large pot of deliciousness is credited to another sweet customer of ours. Yes, Folks, those are real chicken feet simmering away in that bone broth. Thanks for sharing your picture, Cindy!
1.) Use high quality bones and skin from pasture raised animals. Animals that are truly pastured have a higher level of collagen which creates our much sought after "sliceable broth".
2.) Make sure as much of the skin as possible and feet are added to your broth pot. This will raise the level of collagen in your broth to the max.
3.) Do NOT use too much water. You want more bones and skin than you have water. Only use enough water that will just cover your Bone Broth Fixins.
4.) Do NOT bring to a rolling boil. This high heat will break down the collagen fibers which causes the broth to not coagulate or congeal. So, watch your pot of broth carefully, heat over medium heat until it starts to barely "roll", then turn it down to low heat and simmer gently.
5.) Simmer very gently for up to 24 hours. Turn off heat and let cool completely. Drain out all the bones and place the broth in the refrigerator. When cooled you can scoop/scrape off the fat if you would like. All the fat rises to the top and becomes hard when cooled. This is an easy way to defat your broth before using it. However, this fat is very healthy for you, so leaving some in the broth is completely fine.
6.) Now you can use your healthy broth for all kinds of delicious and nutritious foods like soups, gravy, stews, seasoning. and for just drinking. It's a great way to fulfill your daily nutritional needs. Enjoy!
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