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What is the Difference Between Bone Broth and Stock?


Anna Smith

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Stock and broth, both are flavourful trendy liquids in the whole world especially in the United States of America. Both are used to make soups and sauces. Mostly, they are consumed on their own.

Stock and broth, both are totally different things. In this article, we will discuss the difference between both. For more articles, visit the best food blogs.

What is Bone Broth?

Bone broth is made by cooking vegetables, spices, meat, animal bones, and some other ingredients for a longer period of time. It is usually cooked in between 8 to 24 hours. But to extract all nutrients from bones it is recommended to cook it for 48 hours.

Cooking it for a longer period will extract a good amount of electrolytes, amino acids, glucosamine, and many other nutrients. Bone broth is a good source of collagen and gelatin.

What is Stock?

It is a combination of water, spices, vegetables, herbs, and beef or chicken bones. Ingredients are cooked for 3 to 4 hours and then strained and only liquid is used to drink.

Key Points:

  • Bone Broth is thicker.

  • Bone broth takes longer time to cook.

  • Stock is lighter and takes lesser time to cook.

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