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Low Histamine Bone Broth to brake fast

Discussion in 'Beginners Area' started by Martha Ray, Nov 29, 2022.

  1. Martha Ray

    Martha Ray New Member

    Anyone here have a recipe for Low Histamine Bone Broth?

    I'd been trying to find one from 'Angi Fletcher' but not able to locate it yet.
    I am new to Instapot and have only used it about 5 times so far for steaming veggies, stews and wild rice. It is a 6 QT Instapot- not sure it that is going to be too small....I need a recipe of 'how to'. I have lots of well raised large animal bones in my freezer waiting on me to try something.

    Due to my histamine intolerance flare I may not even be able to do the Bone Broth but might be able to use very fresh frozen Fish, Beef, or chicken for broth from those. I've wanted to make bone broth to get those large bones out of my freezer and want broth to drink for one day after water fasting to break the fast.

    I got the bones last month before my histamine bucket overflowed recently.

    Maybe I should just fast and brake with greens and lettuces.
  2. caroline

    caroline New Member

    Bone broth for low histamine is simply broth that is not simmered for hours and hours.

    You just simmer the meat and bones for a short amount of time.
    There are lots of advise on line about eating and cooking for low histamine.
  3. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    You just simmer the meat and bones for a short amount of time.
    Hence pressure cooker used.




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  4. Martha Ray

    Martha Ray New Member

    Thank you!

    ?So back to DGL Mastic Gum, L-Glutamine, cabbage juice, slippery Elm grul + about 5 or more remedies I used in the past for 6 months to a year?
    I've not gone back to work on my gut because this histamine thing comes and goes. I just happen to be having a spell of it now. Also I do have some genetic predisposition to it... will have to dig out my notes on that and on healing the mucosal lining.

    What do you suggest?
  5. caroline

    caroline New Member

    Really watch what foods you are eating.

    When we came to El Salvador we were in an airb&b for about 3 months. We didn't have proper cooking facilities so we were eating a lot of the local wonderful tomatoes and pineapples and mangoes and avocados and bananas and ham and salamis etc etc.

    All high histamine foods - my bucket definitely overflowed!

    All of these things that I mentioned above I rarely ate in Australia.....I ate mostly protein and very limited veg.....usually a little carrot or sweet potatoes or mushroom.

    I didn't know I had a histamine problem until we moved here.

    Looking back over the years I can now see that I did have a histamine problem .....way way to much cheese and my feet and tummy would swell. UGH

    At one point I spent a fortune on probiotics trying to fix this - but they never helped except I had the runs all the time.

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