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Food of the Week: Bone Broth

Healing Bone Broth in Wild Elk Stew

Bone Broth – Andy’s Healing and Fulfilling Meal for Fall

Bone Broth Benefits – Bone broth is rich in minerals that support the immune system and contains healing compounds like collagen, glutamine, glycine and proline. The collagen in bone broth heals your gut lining and reduces intestinal inflammation that can help improve your overall well-being and appearance. Below is a great way to incorporate Bone Broth in one of my favorite meals!
Wild Elk Stew with Bone Broth Ingredients
Wild Elk Stew Ingredients
Wild Elk Stew 
3/4 lb Ground Wild Elk
5 oz. Pastured Bacon
1 lb. Organic Broccoli 
I Organic Shallot
1 3″ piece Organic Ginger
4 Organic Habanero peppers (Be careful. Remove seeds and wash your hands after dicing)
Organic Cayenne Pepper
Pink Himalayan Salt
1.5 full containers of Pacific Organic Turkey Bone Broth
6 tbs. Grass-fed Butter
1/2 lb Organic Blue Kale
2 Organic Sweet Potatoes
3 Organic Beets
2 tbs. Organic Coconut milk
Half can Organic Pumpkin
1 Organic Sweet Italian Sausage
1 Organic Spicy Chicken Sausage
Vegetables added to the Elk stew Elk stew with bone broth
Brown the meat in the butter and bacon. Thinly dice up the vegetables and sauté on the side in a separate pan. When ‘al dente’ add to the meat and combine the bone broth. Let it come to a boil and then turn down to lowest heat and simmer for 30 minutes.
Let cool.
Andy Hnilo

4 thoughts on “Food of the Week: Bone Broth

  1. Nice! Thanks for reading!

  2. Wow this is great, would love to try this at home once I have the time. I’ve been drinking Au Bon Broth for some time and it’s surprisingly tasty and a plus that it’s organic because I’ve always been busy. Thanks for sharing!

  3. You’re welcome!

  4. This recipe was a definite hit with me and my family:) thanks for sharing!!

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