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Bone Broth ??

Anyone know where I can buy natural slow cooked home made bone broth?


Drinking real bone broth has all kinds of health advantages.



I saw some for sale here but it's too expensive for me and their supplier of individually wrapped soups charges too much for shipping.


https://swissbonebroth.com/


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Re: Bone Broth ??

Buy a slow cocker.
Buy root vegetables and soup bones.
Cook at home.
Drink/Eat.
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Re: Bone Broth ??

If you want home made, don’t you have to make it at home?
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Re: Bone Broth ??

CHF 40/liter.

Good Kirsch is cheaper!

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I saw some for sale here but it's too expensive for me and their supplier of individually wrapped soups charges too much for shipping.
I'm sorry but you really are a d1ck.

What is the world coming to?

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What is the world coming too?

Kind of have to agree with you there!
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Re: Bone Broth ??

If you don't want to cook out bones....you can buy SIEDFLEISCH, (meat for boiling) and an assortment of vegetables SUPPENGEMÜSE (comes ready packed) to make a broth at home.


Chop 2 packs of those veges up , fill a large pot with water, add meat and and veges set to simmer for about 3 hours and Bob's your uncle.

(you can also additionally add other vegetables than those in the prepped pack, laurel leaves, a clove or two)



Siedfleisch is already a very cheap cut of meat, when you buy it at sale in Coop/Migros/Lidl whatever you can make easily 5 liters of soup for a total cost of 8-9.- CHF.



Giving you a cost of 1.60.- to maybe 2.50.- per liter.......
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If you don't want to cook out bones....you can buy SIEDFLEISCH, (meat for boiling)
It also works very well for making corned beef/pastrami.

(think that aSitUS mentioned that some years back when I was looking for something that worked)

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think that aSitUS mentioned that some years back when I was looking for something that worked
Good memory old man I specially mentioned the one sold at Denner. As it is a cut from the belly/rib region.
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If you don't want to cook out bones....you can buy SIEDFLEISCH, (meat for boiling) and an assortment of vegetables SUPPENGEMÜSE (comes ready packed) to make a broth at home.


Chop 2 packs of those veges up , fill a large pot with water, add meat and and veges set to simmer for about 3 hours and Bob's your uncle.

(you can also additionally add other vegetables than those in the prepped pack, laurel leaves, a clove or two)



Siedfleisch is already a very cheap cut of meat, when you buy it at sale in Coop/Migros/Lidl whatever you can make easily 5 liters of soup for a total cost of 8-9.- CHF.



Giving you a cost of 1.60.- to maybe 2.50.- per liter.......
Don´t forget to blacken a few Onions halves and chuck them into the pot for the colour.
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Good memory old man I specially mentioned the one sold at Denner. As it is a cut from the belly/rib region.
That's the one I buy when it's at 50%!

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Buy a slow cocker.
Buy root vegetables and soup bones.
Cook at home.
Drink/Eat.
What he said. We roast chicken at the weekend. Then carcass goes in the broth.

You can supplement it by adding chicken feet. Usually cheap from a butcher as they don’t know what to do with them.
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You can supplement it by adding chicken feet. Usually cheap from a butcher as they don’t know what to do with them.
-I say, butcher! Do you have chicken feet?
-No sir, it’s just the way I walk!

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Re: Bone Broth ??

Here is my recipe - it's not about the Instant Pot, you can use any pot. I also make a beef stock, in which case I substitute the chicken bones with beef bones (and a pig's trotter).

I source my meat from a local farmer and have a standing order of chicken carcasses or beef bones that I get once a week.

https://www.englishforum.ch/food-dri...ex-cookeo.html
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Re: Bone Broth ??

One can buy broth but cooking it from scratch makes one's home smell divine..There is not much a complete cooking noob can do wrong, OP, just try. I add juniper and pepper balls and cloves in it, loads of celeriac, carrots, onion and garlic, and summer savory herb. A bit of lemon, too, to take out the dull-ish chicken aftertaste.

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One can buy broth but cooki g it from scratch makes one's home smell divine..There is not much a complete cooking noob can do wrong, OP, just try. I add juniper and pepper balls and cloves in it, loads of celeriac, carrots, onion and garlic, and summer savory herb. A bit of lemon, too, to take out the dull-ish chicken aftertaste.
And that would be home made ...
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Re: Bone Broth ??

Just few days ago I bought this beauty, just for making stocks and broth. I found it in Luzern's Kuhn Rikon shop for was almost half of the regular price:
It's 12 litres, so it's good for making 1.5 - 2 litres of concentrate broth/stock.
Doing things at home, you can vary meat / vegetables variants, and also doing light / brown variants, which means do you brown meats and bones first in the oven or not.
I found a good source for pork / chicken feet or duck trimmings in Chinese shops. Meat is still from Switzerland. For beef stocks I simply use bones and ground beef, which is often cheaper than Siedfleisch

Of course there is a discussion what is better, slow or pressure cooker, but I would say they are just variants:


https://www.seriouseats.com/2014/01/...ow-cooker.html


https://cooking.stackexchange.com/qu...fferent-result
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