This bone broth recipe, courtesy of Sherwood Rd Organic Meats. makes it easy to make your own nutritious and healing bone broth instead of relying on the pre-packaged stocks and powders that are full of unnecessary additives.
Knuckles or marrow bones are recommended as the best to use for making this broth.
I actually cooked mine in a slow cooker. I left it cooking for 24 hours in order to extract as much goodness from the bones as possible. I now have 2-cup containers in my freezer ready for any recipe that asks for beef stock or broth like my Super Easy Slow Cooker Moroccan Beef or my Gluten Free Swedish Meatballs.
Kellie Foster from The Kitchn, asserts that “bone broth can be used for any type of cooking, just like you’d use stock or traditional broth, although it’s also wonderful for sipping warm”. See her article here if you want to know the difference between broth, stock, and bone broth. To summarize, bone broth is cooked the longest and is the most nutritious.