What you will need:
1. Beef marrow or soup bones or chicken back or chicken neck bones or lamb bones or veal bones or fish bones with head on preferred or chicken feet (I’m not that adventurous yet)- pasture raised animal bones. You can also add some chicken livers during the last 2-3 hours of your broth cook time to draw out essential nutrients from livers if you are still unable to eat them!
2. Fresh ginger root and turmeric root
3. Real salt
4. Crockpot (I prefer 8 quarts or more but 6-7 will obviously work fine)
5. Distilled water
6. Quart sized mason jars
7. Mason jar funnel is handy but not required
8. Fine strainer
- Extra long work days due to project deadlines or start ups
- Seasonal transitions beginning & end of school year
- Exam time, Crunch time
- Recovering from illness or injury
- HOLIDAY SEASON
There are 10 calories in 1 RAW Oyster from our offerings.
Calorie breakdown: 34% fat, 24% carbs, 42% protein.
We consume very limited amounts of nightshades in our home. Nightshades cause inflammation and when you are working hard to heal your gut it helps to remove nightshades from your diet. Nightshade fruit & veggies also contribute to arthritis, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. Once you are healed you can re-introduce them in limited amounts but I'm not sure I feel the need to go back to them. Nightshades include tomatoes, eggplant, potatoes (*not tubers like sweet potatoes), sweet & hot peppers, ground cherries and goji berries.
I think it is interesting when I open magazines or go online to find a good recipe and everything goes back to chicken. I find it more interesting that all the recipes call for one chicken breast per person! Nobody needs to eat that much chicken; especially just the breast pieces. I know most of my members know that a whole chicken is more sustainable and affordable than the pieces. It really does not make sense to cut the bird up. Cooking it all together brings out the most flavors and textures that everyone can enjoy in a meal. The only reason I offer cut up chicken is for what Americans love the most- convenience.