Bone Broth-based Breakfast – A Reader Recipe

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Ingredients

> Beef bone broth is the basic

> ingredient (see below). To the broth I add some, or all, of

> the ingredients below:

1. Onions  (organic and sliced or chopped)

2. Green vegetable (I rotate among a variety of organic chopped and frozen vegetables such as spinach, kale,

etc.)

3. Mushrooms (organic and sliced, added when the vegetable-infused broth is hot

4. Eggs. Whisk together one to three eggs, pour them into the broth, and continue whisking until the eggs are well-incorporated into the soup.

5. Add spices (I rotate among a variety including turmeric, cumin, coriander, etc.)

6. Pepper and (celtic sea) salt to taste.


Comments

About the eggs: They’re from pastured hens that are  not fed antibiotics, GMO foods and are free to peck the

ground for insects, worms etc. I order through the Traditional Foods Club which has relationships with several

Pennsylvania farmers using traditional small farming methods for their food and animals.


About the broth

I regularly make bone broths, rotating between chicken and beef. I always make sure to have a knuckle bone for the beef broth (excellent source of collagen) and, for chickens, heads and feet (again, excellent sources of collagen.

Submitted by N.Ar

> About the eggs: They’re from pastured hens that are

> not fed antibiotics, GMO foods and are free to peck the

> ground for insects, worms etc. I order through the

> Traditional Foods Club which has relationships with several

> Pennsylvania farmers using traditional small farming methods

> for their food and animals.

> About the broth: I

> regularly make bone broths, rotating between chicken and

> beef. I always make sure to have a knuckle bone for the beef

> broth (excellent source of collagen) and, for chickens,

> heads and feet (again, excellent sources of collagen). A

> good information source for making bone broth is Nourishing Broth by Sally

> Fallon Morell and Kaayla T. Daniel, PhD,

> CCN.

> I hope the above information

> will help.

> Cordially,~ Nona

> Aguilar

>

> PS: You can you my name as

> you please and if you please. You can use either my full

> name, just my initials, my first name and last

> initial…whatever you prefer.

>

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