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Chicken Broth Components Bundle

Chicken Broth Components Bundle

Make your own Tasty Broth!

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Makes about 35-50 cups of zesty beyond-organic broth!

Our chicken broth components bundle gets you everything you need to make you own tasty broth in your home kitchen (minus the water, of course). PLUS, you save money when purchasing it together as a bundle.

Quality broth starts with quality components. These basic parts of chicken have just enough meat to give a meaty flavor to your broth, and then there's plenty of bone to inject the valuable mineral and vitamins to make it better than anything you can make with artificially flavored bouillons or lesser-quality chicken. Start with truly pastured chicken that is as clean as can be, and you will have an excellent broth.

What's in the Bundle?

  • 2 PK (10 lb.) Chicken Necks & Backs
  • 2 PK (3 lbs.) Chicken Feet & heads (for added Gelatin*)
  • 1 (2-3 lb.) Stewing Hen

Total weights is 16-17 lb. average

* Chicken Feet & Heads are rich in collagen which has many health benefits. Collagen boosts joint and bone health, skin health, and blood sugar regulation. Simmer collagen long enough (24 hours) and it breaks down into gelatin. 

Grossed out thinking about using unconventional parts like feet & heads? Yes, we were too. Fifteen years ago, when we first tried it, we were completely freaked out but did it anyway. And the quality of the broth was so much better than broth made without feet & heads. To say the least, we never looked back, and never made broth again without these vital components.

Here’s the recipe:
1 stock pot (8-10 quart is usually sufficient if the chicken is thawed) 
1 package chicken neck & back (approx. 5 lbs.)
1 package chicken feet & heads (about 6 feet and 6 heads)
Filtered water, enough to nearly cover the chicken
2 Tbsp. vinegar — we use the Bragg brand (with the mother)
1 Tbsp. Sea salt — preferably Himalayan or Celtic salt (includes all the natural minerals)
Optional: vegetables and herbs to flavor your broth, we like it plain
Bring it to a boil for about 45 minutes to an hour, and then turn it down to a simmer for another 12-24 hours.

This is really as easy we make it out to be, no need to hover over the pot, just let it simmer for the desired length of time and then strain out the bones, and you have a pot of excellent homemade broth to freeze and enjoy over time. Don’t think twice, just do it, and experience the empowerment! 

Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “He who is not every day conquering some fear has not learned the secret of life.” We know that to be true.