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bone broth veggies

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I hope I don’t fully disappoint my raw vegan following by saying this broth has both a vegan and a “very NOT” vegetarian option. I do what works best for my body and my family’s specific health needs.

Broths are a yummy, warm wholesome ways to simmer down potent ingredients that work wonders in the body. The main medicinal ingredients of my broths are always onion, garlic, — and turmeric (for inflammation). I pack as much in as my children’s taste buds will tolerate. It is mostly an onion/garlic tonic. Cayenne is also great to include but I can only get away with so much of this with my “littles”.


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This broth is packed full of nutrients and minerals and tastes soooo freaking delicious that you’ll want to lick the pan!

Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (200 C)

Take your pick of veggies. Any combo will do as long as you have room for a single layer in your pan. Coat them well in olive oil and arrange them in a 9×13 baking dish. They can touch but not overlap. This will give you that coveted crispy roasted edge. MMmmmm…. I suggest carrots, celery, onion, golden beets and garlic — LOTS of garlic . Season with salt, pepper and thyme.

You’ll want to roast them until their all tender and slightly brown. This takes about an hour. You’ll need to turn them about every twenty minutes.

In a large stock pot over medium-high heat, bring 8 cups of water to a boil. Add in any herbs of seasonings that you love. I love adding turmeric for combatting inflammation.

Remove the veggies from the oven, add a cup of the hot water from your pot into the 9×13 baking dish with the veggies. This will clean up any remaining oil and flavor that would otherwise be lost in the pan. Pour everything, water and veggies into your pot of water.

Bring the water back to a boil; reduce heat to low, cover and simmer for 1 1/2 hours; strain and cool.


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I have been super impressed with the benefits of bone broth. I branched out and started making this a few years ago after some internal injuries resulting from the birth of my daughter. The restorative results for me have been incredible. I actually healed an injury that I was told would require surgery.  It was difficult for me to cook down “bones” at first so I get it if this isn’t your “thing”. For years I searched for gelatin-free everything and now I’m simmering down bones to get it. Never would I have predicted this for myself…. I do credit this fairly new addition of bone broth to my already high raw vegan diet as a winning combination for the issues I healed.


The Autism community is very supportive of bone broths due to the GAPS diet awareness of healing leaky gut.  You’ll find folks raving about this being a miracle cure for a myriad of health issues from digestion and joint pain, to even cellulite! CLICK HERE to learn more about HEALING THE GUT.

Below is how I make it…

Bones from 1 chicken carcass  (Organic is SUPER important!)

splash of Apple Cider Vinegar (From a glass bottle not plastic)

Gallon of water

*Add chicken bones and ACV to gallon of water in a stock pot and bring to a rapid boil. Then, lower heat and add the following:

2 onions, chopped

1 entire bulb of garlic, peeled and crushed

6 or so ribs of celery, cut in quarters

finger length nub of turmeric, peeled and chopped

3 or more carrots, chopped

Mineral salt

Fresh Cracked Pepper

Let simmer on med-low heat for several hours on stove top *or overnight in a crock pot on low.

Once the flavor is as savory and dark as you’d love it to be, strain off the broth. Sprinkle in mineral salt. You may save the bones for round two but fresh new veggies will be needed.

This broth can be consumed as is or as the base for soups or even rice dishes.




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  1. Jane Robinson says:

    Thank you Kirsten. ..I made the veggie broth today and will try the bone broth tmrw. I can’t seem to shake this cold and am hopeful it will help. Namaste…

  2. Sarah Richardson says:

    I love seeing others embrace the liquid gold known as bone broth! I, too, add heaps of onion, garlic, and turmeric, and not only does it taste outrageously good, but the health benefits are unrivaled. I’ve had a cold this past week and it’s been so rough. I finally got out of bed to make some of this bone broth in my pressure cooker, and between than and kombucha, I actually feel like I might not die after all, lol. They say a good bone broth can wake the dead, and I’m totally a believer. My neighbor has some terrible inflammatory disease issues, and has some killer MS-like flare ups to where she can barely move her hands. I introduced her to bone broth with turmeric and within 18 hours she called me crying and thanking me and begging me to teach her how to make it because she could finally move her hands without being in excruciating pain. This stuff is literal liquid gold.

  3. I love bone broth and I add turmeric to flavor as I drink it. I hadn’t been able to do squats in years and now I am slowly working my way up in count. The pain in my knees is gone. It’s taken about 5 weeks.


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