The Benefits of Bone Broth + How to Make It

Bone broth has been around for ages, but sometimes it takes us a while to understand the significance of doing things the old-fashioned way.

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In this case, the benefits of bone broth are pretty substantial, and we find ourselves wondering why it took modern culture so long to catch up.

Back before factory farming and the disposable mindset, most animal parts didn’t go to waste. The family cook used every possible part of the animal.

The Benefits of Bone Broth + How to Make It 

What couldn’t be eaten was made into a broth and used for soups and stews. Traditional cultures practiced nose-to-tail eating and consumed even the skin, cartilage, tendons, and other gelatinous cuts of meat.

When you think about it, it’s the most conscious way to consume meat – ensuring that the animal lived and died humanely and that no part is wasted.

Choice cuts, like filet mignon and rib eye, make up only 15% of the cow. As demand for such cuts has grown, so has the demand for cows.