Lamb Shank Broth Soup Diet

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Lamb Shank Soup

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Lamb Shank Soup

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Directions

  1. STOCK: Place all the ingredients for the stock in a large saucepan and cover with water.
  2. Bring to the boil, then reduce to a very low simmer and cook for about 2 hours, or until the meat is tender enough to fall off the bones.
  3. Strain, reserving the liquid and meat and discarding the vegetables.
  4. Shred the meat and refrigerate.
  5. Cool overnight, refrigerate, then remove the fat from the top of the stock and discard the following day.
  6. SOUP: Place all the ingredients (except the shredded, reserved meat) for the soup in a large stockpot.
  7. Bring to the boil, then reduce to a simmer and cook for about 1 hour, or until the soup mix is tender, stirring occasionally.
  8. Season well to taste, add the reserved meat and heat through well.
  9. Serve with crusty buttered bread!

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Nutrition Info

Serving Size: 1 (3846 g)

Servings Per Recipe: 1

Amt. Per Serving % Daily Value Calories 894.4 Calories from Fat 367 41% Total Fat 40.8 g 62% Saturated Fat 16.6 g 82% Cholesterol 290.5 mg 96% Sodium 1680.5 mg 70% Total Carbohydrate 38.1 g 12% Dietary Fiber 8.4 g 33% Sugars 13.8 g 55% Protein 89.9 g 179%

How to Make Bone Broth to Heal Your Gut, Reverse Aging & Cure the Common Cold

Posted by Abel James - Last Updated: January 4, 2016

There’s a South American Proverb that says, “A good broth can raise the dead.”

But what is it about “soup” that makes it good for us when we’re sick?

Homemade bone broth is one of the most powerful superfoods on the planet. It’s made by simmering the bones of a (preferably pasture-raised) animal for 10 – 24 hours in a slow-cooker, or 24 – 48 hours for beef bones. This low, slow cooking draws out the collagen, marrow, and other healing elements from the bones, including amino acids, minerals, glycine, and gelatin—which helps heal the gut and reduce inflammation.

My wife and I pretty much always have a batch of bone broth simmering on the counter. I’ll drink a cup of it in the late morning with a bit of sea salt, or we’ll use it to make soups and stews. Broth can be a powerful weight-management tool, it keeps your joints lubricated, provides your bones with necessary nutrients, and makes your skin soft and elastic.

Broths are rich in nutrients that are difficult to source elsewhere—incredibly high in vital minerals like calcium, phosphorous, magnesium, and potassium.

You can use the bones (and legs from poultry, which are rich in restorative collagen) from pastured chicken, grass-fed cattle, fish, crustaceans, or anything else that was Recently Alive and Well (R.A.W.). Leftovers work well, too—take the picked-over carcass of a roasted fowl or the leftover bones from a roast or seafood meal. If you’re in a hurry, you can even throw in a whole fish.

Not only are bone broths packed with nutrition, they’re an excellent way to save money on your grocery bill because you’re skipping prepared soups and broth. Plus, you’re doing your part to use the whole animal and reduce waste.

Unlike real bone broth, processed soup from a can like Campbell’s or Hormel is packed with sodium, preservatives, corn starch, wheat, artificial flavors, MSG, sugar, and none of the things that make real homemade soup nourishing.

Traditionally, chicken broth is made from slowly simmering a whole chicken for hours along with vegetables and seasonings. Finally, the bones are removed, the chicken stripped off, and chopped vegetables are added.

Alyson, bless her heart, always whips me up bone broth soup when I’m under the weather. It takes less than 10 minutes to prepare, but it can cut the duration of your cold in half. It has plenty of bug-fighting goodness that will fix you right up in no time.

WHERE TO FIND GRASS-FED BONES

LocalHarvest.org is a free online resource for finding farms, farmers markets, CSAs and more near you. Just type your zip code into the field at the top of the page, and do a search to see what’s close by.

If you can’t find grass-fed, pasture-raised bones at your local farm or farmer’s market, here are a few of our favorite places to order them online:

Scotch Broth II

Directions

12 h 25 m

  1. To make the stock, put the lamb shanks, 3 onions, 3 turnips, 2 carrots, peppercorns and water in a large pot. Bring to a boil, reduce the heat and simmer, covered, for 3 hours. Skim the surface as required.
  2. Remove the shanks and any meat that has fallen off the bones and cool slightly. Remove the meat from the bones and finely chop, then cover and refrigerate. Strain the stock, discarding the vegetables. Cool the stock and refrigerate overnight, or until the fat has set on top and can be spooned off.
  3. Cover the barley with water and soak for 1 hour.
  4. Put the stock in a large pan and gently reheat. Add the drained barley, extra carrot, onion, leek, celery and turnip. Bring to a boil, reduce the heat and simmer for 30 minutes, or until the barley and vegetables are just cooked. Return the meat to the pan and simmer for 5 minutes. Season well and serve with parsley.

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Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 366 calories; 17.6 g fat; 24.4 g carbohydrates; 27.5 g protein; 92 mg cholesterol; 171 mg sodium. Full nutrition


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