Bone broth soup and the book, Becoming a Supple Leopard – my wrist doesn’t have chance, right?
My wrist therapy guy, Brian, with Marshall Orthopedics, knew I’d been doing Crossfit for years, so he thought I might have the book at home. He gave me homework from the wrist chapter.
This bone broth is beef bone broth from Kettle and Fire. I often make my own from big beef bones but I like to have this on hand for when I’ve used all my homemade bone broth. I like to drink it for bone health and great skin and a happy gut. I like to get it into all the family, for Ger’s shoulder, for Cassie since she’s making a baby. Jess needs a good gut since I worry about her immune system, and I have to sneak it in on Isaac through soups and stews and quinoa. (Isaac gets a lot more bone broth than he would think – ha!)
So, what do you put in your bone broth? Check out my Buttered Beef Bone Broth for the easiest mug of comfort.
This soup has:
12 oz beef bone broth
2 organic carrots, peeled and sliced
2 organic potatoes, sliced into big chunks
2 leftover pieces of bacon
1/4 cup rainbow quinoa
1/4 cup frozen mixed vegetables for soup ( I like the one with okra and lima beans…)
I cooked over medium low heat for about 15 minutes, until carrots were tender and quinoa was done.
It was so easy, healthy, and delicious.
So, tell me, what do you put in your bone broth?