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08-29-2016, 04:02 PM   #1
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How to cook slowly, what gear? what temp bone broth

Hi

I have a crock pot that gets to 90 degree on low, that is way to high .

anyone knows the correct temperature for collagene benefits of bone broth?

ANd what gear do you use to cook slowly during 24 h while not at home?

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how to cook slowly, what gear? what temp bone broth
08-29-2016, 10:36 PM   #2
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90 degrees is less than boiling (less than simmering too) ,so , while you might be able to optimise, you will still be making a good broth

You will be absolutely fine with that slow cooker. I do mine on medium and keep it simmering (i'm guessing about 95 degrees C) for 24 hours, works a treat. If i turn it to low i get NO simmer at all.
Usually nice thick gel...sometimes a bit thin but lots of other factors can be involved

the perfect simmer......
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A table spoon of vinegar helps draw out minerals and by the end of it i can crush the bones with my fingers

edit, found one article suggesting 'ideal temperature was 190F which is 87C so there you go, almost perfect, but it should just simmer
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