Q: In what ways is bone broth different from regular stock or soup?
Marla Ahlgrimm: Regular meat stock is made by boiling bones and possibly vegetables for long periods of time. The result is a rich liquid that serves as the base of many soups, casseroles, and other dishes. Bone broth is made in a similar manner but, contrary to its name, relies mostly on meat for its flavor and nutrition. Meat, usually chicken or beef, releases more protein than bones alone, meaning bone broth has a higher nutritional value than its protein-deficient counterpart.