If you would like to make your own beef bone broth, this is how I do it:
I use any kind of bones...soup, knuckle, marrow...whatever I have available. A combination works great, but either kind alone makes good stock.
- Put the bones in your cooking pot,
- Cover with water and bring to a boil.
- Some scum will rise to the top as it begins to boil...skim that off the best you can (Sally Fallon says any impurities would be in that scum).
- Let it simmer for 12 - 14 hours to get the marrow and all the nutrients out.
- Remove the bones. Save any bits of meat to add back to your broth.
- You can freeze the stock in small meal-sized portions. I only add my vegetables, herbs and seasonings when I'm preparing the meal.
~The Farmer's Wife