Living Inside Today Looking Toward Tomorrow

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I am in the process of preparing some bone broth for the first time.

It will be complete by this evening.

I have heard several ways and opinions on the best way to make your bone broth.

It is best to use a slow cooker rather than a pressure cooker, that’s good because I don’t own a pressure cooker.

Cook it so long that the bones are basically mush and the veggies have no flavor, it means that all the nutrients have gone into the broth. I am cooking mine for 72 hours on low.

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I keep reading conflicting information on the best diets for people with Auto-Immune diseases.

They pretty much all use or end in some type of Paleo.

I am looking more into GAPS.

GAPS vs. Paleo for AI Diseases

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I did have a weak day on Wednesday. After I take my daughter to Piano lessons on Wednesday, the tradition is to have an ice cream cone from Mcdonald’s on the way home. Well, I ate a Mcdonald’s small hamburger, fries and coke as well as an ice cream cone. What is it that makes this junk so hard to give up? Ugh!

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Okay Ya’ll, since we are on a strict budget, I am going for the Salmon oil gel supplements.

The price of one salmon steak at Trader Joe’s is approximately $7.

This bottle was $8.99 with 160.

It’s not hard to figure out the math. I realize that the fresh Salmon is a whole heck of a lot better for you.

So, when finances allow, I will opt for Fresh Salmon.

I can’t say I’m too sad.

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One thought on “Living Inside Today Looking Toward Tomorrow

  1. I’ve made bone broth many times. For me it has always turned out better if I go several hours on the stove. Maybe it’s just my crockpot, but it turns a brown sort of color and then gets a sour taste. The bones don’t necessarily mush, but they get super soft. I place 1 tablespoon of vinegar with the bones, garlic cloves, celery, onion, various herbs like basil, etc. then cook several hours simmering slightly. I hope it turns out well for you…if it turns dark, perhaps try stove top instead, and not as long. But maybe your crockpot holds a lower temp than mine did. It’s yummy stuff!

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