And the differences between bone marrow broth and traditional broth don’t end there. Bone broth is made by slow simmering (for hours, maybe even days) beef bones, pork bones, chicken bones, or a mix of all of the above. You can flavor your bone broth simply using vegetables (similar to traditional stocks), or you can kick your broth up a notch by adding ingredients such as fresh ginger, lemongrass, fish sauce, dried mushrooms, apple cider vinegar and other herbs. The result is a broth that is complex, rich, savory and really, really good for you.

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