Chicken soup bones are perfect for making bone broth. Using aromatics and simmering chicken bones with vegetables will create a flavorful broth.
The result won't be the same thing as stock. Broths are more nutrient-rich than stocks because the bones simmer for longer, which deposits more nutrients and minerals into the broth.
To create a broth at home, put your chicken soup bones into a large pot with vegetables like celery or carrot and aromatic herbs like parsley or thyme. Then, you can add water to the top and let it simmer for about 20 hours.
You can use this broth in soups, or you can drink it as it is. Either way, you'll get to enjoy all of the nutrients and health benefits that it provides.
Our Chicken Soup Bones, like the rest of our products, are non-GMO and raised by our family on our Tennessee farmstead. There are no hormones, steroids, antibiotics, MSGs, or other additives in our meats.