Turkey chili, bone broth, and more satisfying, nutrient-packed recipes.
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When was the last time you gave any thought to chicken broth, unless you were fighting a cold? Or ate seeds that weren’t on a bun or part of a trail mix? There are plenty of common foods you probably haven’t been eating that can actually make a big difference in your workout results and overall well-being. So, let us reintroduce you to apple cider vinegar, hemp, bone broth, turmeric, and a few others. Start using these recipes to see faster gains, a leaner body, and better health.
1) Add water to a large pot and place the chicken in it. Bring the water and chicken to a boil over high heat. Skim off the foam and discard.
2) Add the remaining ingredients. Bring to a boil again, then cover and simmer 4– 8 hours.
3) Strain the chicken and vegetables from the liquid. (You can use the chicken for chicken salad or soup later.) Pour the stock into an airtight container and refrigerate, letting it congeal overnight; or keep it frozen for up to three months.