How Do I Make Chicken Broth From Stock?

I know you love to make soups, and they are just loaded with sodium.  So much more than anyone needs.

Even the low sodium versions still contain a great deal of salt.  So you need a way to make a low sodium version (very low sodium foods) of chicken broth to make gravy or other foods that call for it.

First, you start with a fresh chicken carcass and scraps.  You might have purchased and baked a chicken – used the breasts for one meal and the legs and thighs for another.

Don't throw away the bones!  You need them.  Using a 5 quart dutch oven or stock pot, put your bones and the scraps from the chicken in the pot.

Add 12 cups of water, and vegetable scraps and seasonings to make it flavorful. Using celery, carrots, onions, garlic and bay leaves makes it a low potassium food as well as one of your low sodium foods.

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