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What is bone broth? How is it different from stock?
Many people use the terms “broth” and “stock” interchangeably and there’s no one right answer to this question. It can get confusing, we know! But here’s how Taking Stock Foods defines the difference: Bone broth is a liquid made by simmering bones, vegetables, meat and vinegar for 18 to 24 hours.
The slow, long cooking time maximizes the flavor and nutrition of the broth. Stock is often made from just bones and vegetables (no meat), and simmered for a much shorter time—a couple of hours at the most.