Bone marrow is the soft, fatty tissue inside the bone cavity of large bones where blood cells are produced.
Marrow is nutrient-dense and contains collagen for improved joint function, plus easily digestible forms of zinc, phosphorous, calcium, and iron. It is a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, lipids, and Vitamin A.
Marrow has been shown to boost immunity and wound-healing, support brain and hormone function, and aid in digestion by rebuilding damaged intestinal lining,
It has a soft, sponge-like texture and a rich, buttery and meaty flavor.
Best Way To Cook?
You can use marrow bones to make bone broth, or you can roast the bones and use the marrow the same way you would use butter -- spread it on toast, cook eggs or roast vegetables with it, or let it melt over your steak while it’s resting.