You’re forgiven for thinking that bone broth sounds horrible, but trust us when we say it can transform your cocktails and your health. Here’s why…
Bone broths are extraordinarily rich in protein, and can be a source of minerals as well. Glycine supports the bodies detoxification process and is used in the synthesis of hemoglobin, bile salts and other naturally-occurring chemicals within the body. Glycine also supports digestion and the secretion of gastric acids. Proline, especially when paired with vitamin C, supports good skin health.
Bone broths are also rich in gelatin which may support skin health. Gelatin also support digestive health which is why bone broth is said to be good for those who experience issues with their digestion.
And, lastly, if you’ve ever wondering why chicken soup is good for a cold, there’s science behind that, too. Chicken broth inhibits neutrophil migration; that is, it helps mitigate the side effects of colds, flus and upper respiratory infections.
If you’re still not convinced bone broth is incredibly simple to make (it’s just another version of a meat stock) and stores for days in the fridge. We like Hemsley and Hemsley’s recipe here.
We’ve included bone broth in our classic Smoky Mary recipe with our Smoked Vodka to help you get your daily dose! Follow the recipe below to enjoy with your Sunday brunch (note: it goes particularly well with some delicious beef jerky and celery)
Bone Broth Smoky Mary
– 50ml Chase Oak Smoked Vodka
-50ml homemade (cooled) bone broth
– 20ml Lemon Juice
– Dash of Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce
– Dash of Tabasco
– 120ml Fresh Tomato Juice (we like The Tomato Stall)
– Celery Salt
Build all ingredients over ice and garnish with a stick of celery and a pepper rim.