1. Place all the ingredients into your slow cooker or very large stock pot. Add the water to fill up the pot. Cover with lid
2. Set the timer to 12 hours on the slow cooker/crock pot or if cooking on the stovetop, set to low heat. Cook for 18 to 24 hours for best results
3. Turn off the slow cooker or stove top, and let the broth cool. Strain through a colander. Remove the carrots and chicken thighs or any meat solids, setting these aside. Discard the rest of the ingredients
4. The chicken broth can be stored in the refrigerator for about 5 – 7 days, or place in mason jars leaving about 1 inch for expansion, and place in the freezer. Bone broth will keep well in the freezer for several months
April 12, 2021 @ 7:01 am
do you have the nutritional profile of the chicken broth. Thanks!!!
April 12, 2021 @ 7:38 am
For our specific ingredients, we do have the nutrition from the USDA database, but because you actually remove the solid constituents at the end, one cannot determine the exact analysis without sending a sample to a lab. One thing that I can assure you of is that it is extremely collagen-rich, which is the purpose of the bone broth. When making the soup, based on the fact that it is extremely flavorful, it seems that many of the nutrients are retained. I am sorry that I cannot give you the specifics, but I hope that this helps. Thank you for your question – Cheers!