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Alison Bell
Festive Feasting

Festive Feasting

How to Beat Christmas Overindulgence Every year, when December rolls around, I can almost physically feel my body brace itself for the onslaught of magnificent, but not necessarily healthy food it's about to be bombarded with. When I was younger and knew a little less about our digestive systems and what they need to run at their best, I would overindulge to the point of no return. We've all done it. I mean, some things you just can't say no to, right? Aunt Rowena's pav, Uncle Nigel's traditional, brandy soaked Christmas pudd, Mum's triple choc brownies. My mouth is watering...

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Alison Bell
Broth of Life Christmas Checklist

Broth of Life Christmas Checklist

Christmas Tips that Might Just Change Your Life I don't know about you, but I've been in a bit of denial about how close Christmas really is. Now though, there's no denying it. The jolly, chubby dude in that unmistakable red suit is just around the corner. The realisation that Santa's imminent arrival is super close launched me out of my office chair into immediate Christmas planning action. I recently wrote a blog about avoiding the stress of Christmas. This one is similar, but more focussed on getting stuff done so you can sit back and enjoy the time. Personally,...

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To Broth or to Stock?

To Broth or to Stock?

Broth of Life's Response to the Eternal Bone Broth VS Stock Debate Here at Broth of Life, we are often asked about the difference between broth and stock. The two are quite commonly confused when they shouldn't be. There are many significant differences between bone broth and stock. Key features of stock include; Stock is made from bones with only a small amount of meat attached to them. Bones are often roasted before simmering which improves flavour, but reduces nutrient density. Bones are cooked for between 20 minutes and 2 hours at a high heat. So, what does that all...

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Alison Bell
WHY DEHYDRATE?

WHY DEHYDRATE?

It’s a question many people ask… ‘Why do you choose to dehydrate?’ There is a lot to say about enjoying fresh food. It’s good for you, it tastes good, makes you feel good, but there’s also a lot to be said about worldwide food wastage. Food wastage by the USA and Europe alone can feed the world 3 times over! [1] This is just ridiculous! It is devastating to think that there are starving nations out there, yet so many of us throw ‘just spoiled’ food out as if it were rubbish?! By no means am I saying that by dehydrating food...

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