Yes! Mixing different types of bones creates a richer broth. In his book Brodo, Michael Canora calls this type of broth a hearth broth. You can pick up a copy of Canora’s book at your local bookstore, or on Amazon.
There is nothing like a slice of pumpkin pie to welcome in Fall. This wonderful holiday dessert is filled with tons of wonderful vitamins, minerals, and so so much more!
The pumpkin alone contains zinc, selenium, vitamins A, C, and E, iron, calcium, magnesium and potassium! Not only is it loaded with antioxidants, but it also contains beta-carotene which gives it that beautiful orange color.
The spices in pumpkin pie are warming to the body and helps stimulates appetite. The combination of cinnamon, cloves, and ginger provide antibacterial and antiviral benefits to this delicious dessert, not to mention the anti-inflammatory benefits of ginger.
These wonderful nourishing properties of pumpkin pie makes it a dessert a child of any age can indulge in!
If you love pumpkin pie, check out Vintage Remedies Pumpkin Spice Latte! If you are not comfortable using essential oils in food, substitute for a pinch of ground or fresh spices! If you choose to use essential oils, please make sure they are organic and the best quality. This drink is for adults only, please do not give essential oil to children. For children, please use ground spices instead of oils.
Did you know vegetable broths contain lots of rich minerals that can aid in replenishing vital nutrients and rehydrating the body?
It’s true! Vegetable broths contain minerals like potassium, magnesium, sodium, and iodine! It is also rich in vitamins such as vitamin C, A and B complex!
What a great way to help the body heal during an ailment!