For years, I have been filling my pantry with homemade bone broth because I wanted that nutrition for my family. It is easy to make! I add it to soups and replace water with it in appropriate recipes to add that extra nutrition to my family's meals.
I save the ends of carrots and celery, clean potato peelings, poultry bones, beef bones and etc. I throw them in bags in my freezer. When I have enough to make a large amount, I pull them out, put them straight into the pot and start making broth. Once it is done, I use what I can fresh and can the rest. Sometimes I freeze some too.
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