This Old Farm has the best quality soup bones for making bone broth, so stop by and pick up our certified organic or pasture-raised non GMO chicken frames and our local or 100% grass-fed beef soup bones, so you can make the most healthy broth possible! If you want meat for soup with your broth, get our whole pasture-raised chickens and local or 100% grass-fed beef shanks.
Dr. Mercola believes that we should make bone broths at home, because its medical properties make it one of the most healing foods for maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Dr. Mercola continues, “While bone broth is available on your store shelf or through online retailers, if you want a truly high-quality bone broth or soup, your best bet is to make it yourself. Once you identify a source for high-quality bones, the rest of the process is fairly easy and requires only a little planning…According to Kaayla Daniel, former vice president of the Weston A. Price Foundation and coauthor of the book “Nourishing Broth,” bone broth is a foundational component of a healing diet regardless of what ails you. She notes that the sign of a well-made broth is the fact that it gets jiggly after being refrigerated…You can use beef, chicken, fish or pork bones to make your broth. You will find that each variety offers unique flavors and nutritional benefits”
“The most important aspect of the broth-making process is to ensure you’re getting the best quality bones that you possibly can. Ideally, you’ll want to use only bones from organically raised, pastured or grass-fed animals. It’s worth noting that chickens raised in concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) tend to produce broth that doesn’t gel.” (Feb. 20, 2017) To read the entire article or to find sample bone broth recipes, click here.