How to Make Bone Broth - Courtesy of Brooklyn Reed

Devon Kirchner

Naytive Nutritionist's Brooklyn Reed shows us how to easily make bone broth at home for drinking or for cooking, with no fuss. 

Once emerged from last week's turkey coma, the question arises (as it does every year): what to do with all these leftovers? How about learning how to make bone broth? You can only eat so many turkey sandwiches until you start to resent the holiday altogether.

With this wintery weather upon us (with more on the way), hearty meals beckon. And what better to do with that big turkey carcass than to make some delicious, mineral-rich broth that can be used in a multitude of ways.

This week, nutritionist Brooklyn Reed showed us how to make amazing Bone Broth at home for drinking or for cooking, with no fuss. Bone broth is rich in vitamins, minerals as well as collagen and glutamine. All of these can help with maintaining a healthy gut, skin, joints and more!

You can use your broth in just about anything (pro tip: freeze it in an ice cube tray and just throw one into whatever you're cooking for a nutrition bomb!), and it is featured in next week's Turkey Soup recipe!

Bone Broth instructional courtesy of Brooklyn Reed of Naytive Nutrition (Instagram:@naytivenutrition, or Facebook: Naytive Nutrition)