How to Make Bone Broth in a Slow Cooker
Why have I created these cooking videos? During my flex project at UBC Medical School and Inspire Health, I was able to take a lot of nutrition and cooking classes. I have always been absolutely enamoured and passionate about cooking and nutrition.
However initially, I was extremely passionate about cooking and nutrition in terms of optimizing athletic performance. But as I transitioned into medical school, and I got to see the positive impact it was having on my parents, I got infatuated with understanding how to use nutrition to help not only prevent disease but improve well being.
But I tend to be quite a minimalist with things my cooking skills were quite poor even though I was eating well. But adhering to my diet was quite difficult because my food did not taste good.
After learning from Inspire Health’s great staff of nutritionists I learned to not only supercharge my nutrition but my taste of my cooked meals. Therefore, I have been able to adhere to my healthy eating diet with much greater ease. I hope these videos I share will do the same for you. 🙂
In this cooking video I will share my bone broth recipe that I learned about while at Inspire Health during my flex project at UBC medical school. This is a huge upgrade over the previous way I made bone broth, and my previous bone broth recipe.
You may be wondering: What are the benefits of bone broth? They are many benefits of bone broth. Bone broth is recommended for almost all the patients by the nutritionist at Inspire Health. Bone broth is jam packed with a whole slew of beneficial nutrients including collagen, glycosaminoglycans, glutamine and whole host of beneficial nutrients.
In my previous video I showed you how to make bone broth on the stove top. In this video I will show you how to make bone broth in a slow cooker. This bone broth recipe is extremely simple. All you need to make a delicious batch of this bone broth are some bones (obviously), frozen vegetables, apple cider vinegar (unpasteurized preferably), and water. You can add spices/herbs as you see fit to the recipe to adjust the flavour. The benefit of making the bone broth in the slow cooker is you do not have to worry so much about making it and having the slow cooker run over night.
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