Back After the Spring Holiday
I hope you enjoyed your Easter/Passover/Spring break week! Corn-free Every Day took a week off but I’m back now.
Tip #3: Making Bone Broth in the Oven
I’ve made bone broth in a giant stock pot on the stove, in a 6 quart slow cooker, and lately in the oven! Yep, that’s not a typo. Cooking it in the oven makes so much sense. It provides even, low heat and it gets a giant vat of hot liquid out of the way for 24 hours! Like Rachael Ray says, “Your oven is a big slow cooker.” You get the safety of a slow cooker while making large batches of stock.
You need to start the stock on the stove to get the initial boil, so that you can skim the surface. After that, carefully move the pot into a warm oven. The stock is supposed to simmer at @190°F. So I set my oven between warm and 200°F. These are the lowest settings on most ovens. That’s it! After these adjustments, you can proceed with your normal stock process.
- Make sure your pot has clearance in your oven before you start. While your in the middle of transferring a steam pot of stock, is not the time to find out that the oven rack is too high.
- Don’t use the stock lid. With the oven door closed, you don’t lose much liquid. Plus you’ll want to add veggies and aromatics during the cooking process.
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Increasing Corn Allergy Awareness
I’m so pleased that everyone is enjoying the corn-free link party. One of my long-term goals is to raise awareness of corn allergies until it is recognized as a top allergen and labeling is required. It’s my personal opinion that corn allergies in the United States are very under-diagnosed. It’s in just about everything so it’s hard to eliminate and prove that corn is the cause of the allergy symptoms.
I think this party can help raise the awareness with bloggers. So I encourage you to spread the word and thank you for linking up today!
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