The Bare Bones Broth ook ook
Authors: Katherine & ryan harvey Publisher: harper Wave Price: rM129.90
This entertaining book offers plenty of information on the basics of making bone broth. It also contains loads of useful information about the numerous health benefits and cooking techniques associated with broth. An added bonus? The amazing recipe selections in the book – which range from pure broths to dishes which incorporate broths into their core, like the delicious sounding stuffed poblano peppers with chile sauce. While it would be great if there were more accompanying pictures for the recipes, it’s easy to forgive this slight misstep, because the book is so darn easy to navigate. If you want a userfriendly initiation to bone broth, this is highly recommended.
Brodo: A Bone Broth ook ook
Author: Marco canora Publisher: Penguin random house Price: rM94.90
Canora has some responsibility to bear for the burgeoning bone broth trend and it’s clear he takes his duties seriously. Probably the purest of all the bone broth books in the market, Canora’s approach is easy to understand and his techniques easy to follow. The recipes showcase bone broth in all its glory, making use of multiple cuts of poultry, red meat and seafood, with plenty of pictures to supplement what he’s saying. There’s even a recipe for his now- famous best- selling Hearth Broth! While some of the ingredients – like stewing hens, might be hard to source, Canora always offers alternatives, which makes his cookbook even more relatable. If you want to dip your toes in the bone broth craze, this book eases you into it with little fuss and fanfare.
The Bone Broth Secret
Authors: Louise hay & heather dane
Publisher: hay house, Inc Price: rM114.14
What’s impressive about this book is the fact that co- author Louise Hay ( founder of Hay House) was 89 when the book came out. What’s less impressive is the book itself. Although it does contain useful information about bone broth and has some great recipes from contributing chefs, the introduction is wishy- washy and full of all sorts of hippy- dippy trope. While it’s hard to knock the positivity of a woman who has accomplished so much, it would be great if she and co- author Dane could at least try to rein in all the wittering so that readers can actually get to the meat of the matter. Read this if you like positive affirmations or are willing to disregard that part to get to some surprisingly good recipes.
Heal Your Gut With Bone Broth
Author: robin Westen
Publisher: ulysses Press Price: rM78.64
There are no pictures in this book. Not a single one. While Westen does go into great lengths about the benefits of bone broth, and has a couple of recipes and a whole detox programme planned out, the information is dry and hard to absorb. Also, the book is filled with all sorts of positive mantras and information about journal writing and meditation and home remedies for cleaning carpets (!) that have little to nothing to do with bone broth. Westen’s approach is more about leading a holistic lifestyle, so if you only want to read the bits about bone broth, you’ll have your work cut out for you.