Nothing says health like homemade bone broth. You can't get anything close at the store.
Remove the bones from the oven and place in a stockpot. If using chicken bones, start here.
Use 2 lbs of bones per gallon of water. Follow the instructions but allow the broth to simmer constantly. Add more water as needed. Remove and replace the bones weekly with new ones. The bones begin to become very soft when it is time to replace them since the nutrients have been leached into the broth.
Use directly from the stock pot for a delicious nourishing stock for soups or a simple cup of broth.
Place bones in the crock pot, fill with water, add vinegar cook on high until it boils, and then reduce it to low for 24 hours. Separate bones, strain broth and put into jars. Store in the fridge.