Most people would recognize the bones in some meat cuts – like T Bone steaks, beef short ribs, osso bucco, rib bones, shin bones, vertebrae and hip bones.
Best Way To Cook?
Bones by themselves are often too tough to chew, but when you cook them for long periods in water they soften and release their nutrients, creating a nourishing and hearty liquid.
This can be used as a base stock for a soup or casserole or simply enjoyed by itself.
Bone broth has been praised for its proposed medicinal purposes, with claims that the collagen, protein, calcium, magnesium and gelatine (from the bones and sinew) can help improve gut health, digestion, immunity, joint pain and skin texture