Don't waste a good bone! Making a healthy and delicious bone broth is easy and almost impossible to mess up.
Animal bone or bones, preferably marrow bones, neck bones, knuckles, and other pieces with lots of connective tissue and marrow (I used the the Deer leg leftover from my Roast Beast recipe)
Dry or fresh herbs
Step 2: Add some flavor.
I used garlic, carrots, onions, celery, peppercorns, sea salt, bay leaves, a chunk of fresh ginger, rosemary, and
Step 3: Add water.
You want to add enough water to easily cover all of the ingredients. Bring to a boil and then put the lid on and reduce heat to "low".
Step 4: Wait
Allow your broth to cook for at least 12 hours.
Step 5: Strain
When the broth has finished cooking, remove all of the large pieces of bone and vegetable. Strain the broth through a wire strainer to get some of the smaller bits of herbs and spices out.
Step 6: Serve and/or Store
Enjoy your broth as is (I liked adding some Bacon Fat and cruising around town sipping mine out of a coffee mug) or freeze in an ice cube tray for easy use in the future.