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Dehydrated Broth

Posted by on Jul 20, 2012 in GAPS, Kids, Low Oxalate, Traditional Foods, Travel | 38 comments

Broth is the foundation of the GAPS diet. One of the pillars of all healthy diets worldwide according to Dr Kate Shanahan and it is featured prominently in Nourishing Traditions. It seems to be part of the diets of all people with good health from all cultures. Perhaps that is why we continue to use and crave it’s flavor in so many foods. Canned broth and bullion cubes are not a healthy part of any diet but an weak imitation of the real stuff that humans have thrived on for millennia. I have shared how to make bone broth, how to make meat broth, the difference between the two and about making it in the pressure cooker. I have also shared ideas for sneaking it into your families diet. Today I’m going to share another idea for broth. Many of my blog posts contain...

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Sneaky Broth Ideas

Posted by on Apr 6, 2012 in GAPS, Kids, Traditional Foods | 16 comments

Broth is the backbone of the GAPS diet.  If you don’t know how to make it read Bone Broth Tutorial: Why and How , and GAPS Basics: Meat Broth and GAPS Pate.  Some people both adults and children adore broth from the first sip and happily sip it all day long by itself and in the form of broth based soups.  It is, after all, a food that people all over the world have consumed daily for millennia and there is probably a deep part of each of us that expects and needs the nutrients it provides. Many, however, struggle with consuming the broth required by this diet.  It may be because their taste and texture preferences were formed on processed foods and a low fat diet.  It may be that the flora imbalance in the mouth and gut rejects this...

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GAPS Basics: Meat Broth and GAPS Pate

Posted by on Feb 15, 2012 in GAPS, Recipe, Traditional Foods | 66 comments

Many of my blog posts contain affiliate links. Purchasing through an affiliate link allows me to keep blogging and sharing what I learn with you. It is a bit like leaving a tip for service and is very much appreciated.   Thank You! –PattyLA One of the biggest questions people have when starting GAPS is what is the difference between bone broth and meat broth. NCM recommends meat broth for starting out on GAPS and moving to bone broth later on. I have already done a post on bone broth.  We really love the flavor of meat broth and save it for our mugs of straight broth when possible. It is milder than bone broth and while it doesn’t have the high mineral content of bone broth it does have more gelatin and that is what your gut needs for healing. It also won’t...

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GAPS Basics: Basic Bone Broth Tutorial: Why and How.

Posted by on Jan 27, 2012 in Blog, GAPS, Recipe, Traditional Foods | 37 comments

If you are considering the GAPS diet or just wanting to know how to preserve or improve your families health, making bone broth is a simple but powerful culinary skill to master. In short broth is one of the best foods you can feed your family. It is a multivitamin, a medicine for all kinds of sicknesses, and a delicious food wrapped up in one. It keeps you healthy, gets you even more healthy and helps you recover when sick. Since you control all of what is in your broth you don’t have to worry about allergies to hidden ingredients or cheap fillers. Broth is economical and good for the earth. It uses foods that you would be throwing away anyhow and makes more food out of it. It honors the animals who died to bring you the meat...

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