The Secret Anti-Ageing Food

'The forgotten superfood, bone broth is the basis of the next three recipes because it’s the secret ingredient to a great-tasting and nutrient-rich dish,' says Jasmine Hemsley. 'It’s packed with minerals, essential fats and collagen, making it amazing skin food, too.
Make your broth from organic bones or ones sourced from a good butcher, raw or after a roast. They should be as natural as possible. This batch should last for a few weeks. But if you’re like us, you’ll love it so much you’ll enjoy a mug as a snack with a touch of sea salt and some miso. It keeps in the fridge for five days, and is good to freeze, too.'
Makes 3-4 litres, depending on your pan 
Preparation time: 5 minutes 
Cooking Time: 6 to 24 hours
2-3kg organic bones: beef, chicken, lamb. 
A generous splash of apple cider vinegar or lemon juice (optional)
2 handfuls onions, leeks, carrots or celery ends
1 tbsp black peppercorns
Few dried bay leaves
1. Place all ingredients in a large cooking pot or slow cooker and cover with cold water.
2. Cover with a lid and bring to the boil. Reduce the heat and simmer, lid on, for at least six hours (up to 12) for chicken and 12 (up to 24) for beef or lamb, skimming off any foam. If you have a pressure cooker, it’ll only take three to four hours. You can use beef and lamb bones for a second broth. Tip: Beef bones produce a lot of nutritious fat; skim some and save it in a clean jar for roasting vegetables and sauteing or frying.
3. Strain the liquid. Use right away, or leave to cool. 
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