Should I save and use the fat from the bone broth?


(Will knit for bacon. ) #1

I finally succeeded in making tasty beef bone Jell-o yesterday. When I took it out of the fridge this morning it had about a half inch solid cap of pure fat on it. I broke it up and put it in a jar in the fridge. I can cook with it, right? It’s got little flecks of rosemary in it and I used a lot of salt and pepper, so I thought cooking veggies in it would be a nice change-up from bacon grease or butter.

(I’m really stoked about the broth, too - my daughter has cyclic vomiting syndrome and is nauseated most of the time and she said just a couple of sips settled her stomach.)


(Full Metal Keto) #2

Absolutely! :man_cook:t3:

:cowboy_hat_face:


(Wendy) #3

Yes for sure. Somewhere I read that keeping the fat cap on helps it not go bad as quickly so I’ve started leaving it on and pouring it from underneath (if that makes sense).
Glad to hear it is helping your daughter.


(PSackmann) #4

You can, I usually melt some of it in the broth, might not work for your daughter though