Louise Hay’s Healing Bone Broth
Gather Your Ingredients at Your Own Pace:
• Take a large paper bag open it and place it in one of your freezer drawers.
• Over the course of a week or several weeks, throw all bones and ORGANIC meat scraps in the bag in your freezer drawer.
• Also add ORGANIC vegetable scraps, vegetable peelings, eggshells, and the odds and ends that you chop off of vegetables.
• Some examples are onion peels, the peeled skins of carrots, garlic skins, salad scraps, artichoke tips, the tough ends of asparagus, kale stems, and pea pods.
• If you don’t have enough meat and bones to get started with your broth, you can go to the health food store and purchase chicken necks, chicken feet, and chicken backs and wings. Other options are lamb neck, marrow bones, or beef bones. These are inexpensive parts that have a tremendous amount of nutritional value. Add these to your bag until you are ready to make the broth.
• Keep adding vegetable scraps, meat scraps, and bones to your bag in the freezer until it’s full and you are ready to make your broth.
• Vegetarian Option: If you are a vegetarian, eliminate the meat and bones and just use the vegetable scraps.