Chris Masterjohn LITE talks about The Quickest and Easiest Way to Make Bone Broth
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Bone broth is a fantastic way to support your beauty, strength, and health, but can be a pain to make. Here's how to make it in an Instant Pot and have a week's worth of reheatable food in the process.

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5 Comments

  1. Hi Dr. Chris,
    Podcast listener and owner of your Master Cheat Sheet! Also a patient of Chris Kresser’s, have the WAP cookbooks, but follow the Jaminet’s diet guidelines.
    Been making both chicken and ruminant stocks for several years in both Instant Pot and stovetop; in IP have used both slow cook and high pressure methods. However, I’ve read that there are greater nutritional benefits gleaned from the slow methods and longer cooks. Obviously the greatest benefit of high pressure is speed and convenience.
    But from a purely nutritional perspective, which method is most beneficial and what does one “give up” if using high pressure. And if there is a difference, what are your recommended slow cook duration times for both chicken and ruminant stock?
    Thanks for all that you do Dr. Chris!
    Susan

    1. I don’t know. I doubt the differences are big enough to make the choices on the nutrition rather than preference and convenience.

  2. Hi Chris,

    I saw in your post “Nutritional Supplements That I Take” that you take Kal Bone Meal as well as Gelatin.

    Would the combination of Bone Meal and Gelatin taken as supplements be an effective alternative to consuming Bone Broth?

    Thanks, and keep up the awesome work!!

  3. Hey Chris
    Just a quick note to say Thanks for your Youtube – it was just what I needed; – because while I know about Paleo & Gaps diets, – haven’t got the time to remember whose suggestions were best or time going through their books, etc: – daunting, like you said. Just wanted ‘the basics-recap. Ta. 10/10 – and a Koala stamp!
    Regards
    Sebastian.

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