Bone Broth in a Crockpot: Easy, Healthy, and Delicious

Candice Jones Hughes, Foodist, online educator and lifelong learner

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7 Videos (10m)
    • Introduction

      2:01
    • Benefits of Bone Broth and Process Overview

      1:07
    • Making the Chicken

      1:23
    • Meals from the Chicken Meat

      1:20
    • Making the Broth

      1:35
    • Review

      0:56
    • Project Assignment

      1:27

About This Class

Have you ever thought of making your own chicken broth, but hesitated because the task seemed overwhelming?  Or maybe you never even thought about making your own...you just bought it at the store out of habit. 

The problem with store-bought broth is that it can contain ingredients that are unhealthy like sugar or "natural chicken flavor."  Now why would you need to add chicken flavor to chicken broth?

And now you can make this elixir at home in the time it takes to take a shower and brew a cup of coffee (or tea).  All you need is a crockpot and a tiny bit of planning. 

Not only will you have broth to eat alone or use in cooking, you will also have enough chicken meat to make several meals!

In about ten minutes you will learn to:

  *Prepare and cook a chicken that will provide the base for easy meals.

  *Prepare and cook healing bone broth that you can use while fresh, or freeze for later.

  *Do this with only 30 minutes of your time (the crockpot will do the rest!)

Just imagine taking only 30 minutes of your precious time to produce the meat from a whole cooked chicken, along with several quarts of homemade broth, in the space of 24 hours.  You and your family will savor the comforting smell while it's cooking, and the feeling of nourishment you get from knowing you are feeding yourself really, really well.

Enroll in the class and I'll see you inside!

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This is so easy. good timing for this fall weather.

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Candice Jones Hughes

Foodist, online educator and lifelong learner

I first became interested in health when I started competitive swimming in high school, and I wanted to maximize my performance ability. Over the years I studied herbal medicine and holistic nutrition, along with cooking. When I turned 40 I was diagnosed with autoimmune hypothyroidism (Hashimoto's). I became pregnant with my son shortly after that, and I became more serious about my health. I have had many ups and downs with my condition, and I always turned to food and cooking as a found...

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