SOME TIPS FOR USING BROTH
GOT BROTH? GOT A MEAL!
Bone broth can be used in any cooking or baking that requires a liquid component. You can use broth as you would a stock. It is a perfect base for soups, stews and casseroles. You can makes dips and dressings with it. You can even use it in smoothies and baking!
It is also an excellent coffee alternative - learn more about the BROTHEE here.
FOR A FAST & TASTY MEAL...
Heat some broth, and add whatever ingredients you have on hand: a raw egg, some chopped meat or fish, chopped vegetables, fermented sauces (like soy, fish sauce, or coconut aminos), herbs and spices.
If you have a diary-intolerance, broth is an ideal replacement for making a creamy and delicious mash.
DON'T FORGET THE FAT!
You will find a lovely golden crown of fat perched on top of chilled or frozen broth. The fat is full of goodness: It helps the body to absorb vital micronutrients, it provides fatty acids to help regulate physiological pathways, and it adds flavour and mouthfeel. You can find out more about why fat (from a high quality, minimally processed food source) is good for you here.
Broth tastes best with the fat stirred through it, however you can scrape the fat layer off (while the broth is still chilled) and use it to saute or roast.
Beef Broth is incredibly versatile. If you scrape the fat layer off, the flavour of the remaining broth is very mild, and it can be used in baking and drinks
You can infuse nourishing beef broth into:
- Ice Blocks
- Hot Chocolate
- And pretty much anything else that requires a liquid component
Beef broth ice blocks and smoothies are a super-nourishing, quick and delicious kid-friendly option. Broth blocks are a real hit in the summer.