Hot and Sour Medicinal Bone Broth Recipe

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Hot and Sour Medicinal Bone Broth Recipe

Hyperion Herbs Hot and Sour Medicinal Bone Broth Recipe

This recipe is overall warming and nourishing to the yang and Jing energy. It is perfect for this time of year, and is very versatile in which herbs you can you use or choose from. In addition, you can always add rice to help tonify qi even more, and/or vegetables to make a delicious meal out of this medicinal bone broth.

 

Ingredients:

1 package of grassfed-marrow bones from healthy cows

Organic Ginger

Sea Salt

Organic Scallions

Option of Hyperion Reishi, Cordyceps, Chaga, He Shou Wu extract

Tamari Sauce

Apple Cider Vinegar

Organic White Pepper Powder

Directions:

  1. Fill pot with filtered or spring water about three quarters full and bring water to boil and then back down to a simmer.
  2. Add a 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar, 2 large pinches of sea salt, and the package of marrow bones.
  3. Let cook for 6-8 hours skimming off any of the turbid top and adding more water as it evaporates down. You may also add another spoonful or two AVC each time you skim the turbid portions off the top.
  4. Twenty minutes before finishing add a few large slices of ginger
  5. Pour Tamari to taste in serving bowls, a large dash of apple cider vinegar, your choice of Hyperion Reishi, Chaga, He Shou Wu, Cordyceps, or Chaga Extract (or several) about a handful of chopped scallion and a teaspoon-tablespoon of Organic White pepper powder depending on the desired amount of spice. Mix until extract/s dissolve.
  6. Pour Soup broth over prepared bowls and enjoy!

 

I hope you enjoy this recipe!

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