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I make my own broth/stock from both chicken and beef. I can't answer the technical questions but on this:
I think the concept is sound. A lot of people who are interested in the health benefits of broths and stocks lack the time or inclination to prepare them themselves. I could see people being interested providing that they were reassured on the quality of the ingredients going in, the manufacturing process itself and critically that dehydrating wasn't severely impacting on the health benefits. For that I think you'd need to include a little science in the marketing.
For this community you'd also need to ensure and stress that there was absolutely no gluten involved at any stage.
I hope someone can help me here or maybe share similar experience.
We have a son at 2,5 year old who was constipated for a longer period. Finaly after a lot of visits of doctors we finaly came to a specialist (alergeolog) and he found out that our son was intolerant to gluten and milk product. We have now been gluten free and milkfree for 2 weeks and we are especialy noticing that his stool at much lighter. This started already at day 1 and has still not changed 2 weeks later. Sometimes it is light brown, but mostlty yellow. Does anyone have any experience with this? Why is this happening? Is this a withdrawl symptom or something like that? I can also say that we are very sure that he had some withdrawl symtoms the first week. I was like abdominal pain, more tired and unhappy, maybe even headache sometimes.
It is better now, but he still have this withdrawl symptoms. And while he is on gluten free and milk free diet, this automaticly mean he eats a lot less sugar. No candies, no "processed white sugar". His apetite is much better and he eats a lot, We are mostly cooking own food for him. I can say he is eating very healty now. Vegtables, fruits, fish, etc etc.
Ill hope someone can give me some good answers on this one. Hve enyone experienced similar symptoms? When did the stool got back to normal and had brown collor?
Thanks for the suggestion; I contacted the University of Wageningen/Netherlands Food Science division. I hope it will have effect. But besides the technicality questions, I would like some feedback on what you and your members think about the concept to produce dehydrated broth. As mentioned, I could not find this approach anywhere on the Internet (except those who do it themselves). Either its MSG, hidden or not and other crazy ingredient such as palm shortening, rice flour and sugar.
It would help me a lot when you could discuss that with your readers. IMO they could benefit but I would like to know what they feel.