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  • Bone Broth Gravy: Turn Your Turkey Topping Into a Protein-Packed Superfood
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    Brian Hoppe

Bone Broth Gravy: Turn Your Turkey Topping Into a Protein-Packed Superfood

How to add a little extra protein into your Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving dinner is a gustatory rare treat. We eat these comfort foods usually only around this time of year. But we eat too much of everything, especially foods that do not nourish our health.  

However, LonoLife packets are a great way to boost your collagen protein intake and make your holiday meals healthier.

Take gravy, for instance. Most leading brand names of gravy contain barely any protein and virtually no nutrition for that matter. In fact, many brands of gravy contain gluten, corn syrup and other inflammatory-initiating ingredients.

And even if you don't have time to make a homemade healthy gravy and your only option is conventional store-brought, you can transform the gravy from bland, non-nutritive slop into a delicious superfood!

Easy Recipe for Bone Broth Gravy

Do you never seem to have enough gravy? Simply mix 1 LonoLife packet with a cup of warm water and put into pan. Then mix 2 tablespoons of cornstarch with  ¼ cup of cold water and add it to the pan, then stir. Add in pepper and herbs to taste and continue to mix until gravy is thick.

  • 1 LonoLife Chicken packet
  • 1 Cup warm water
  • 2 tablespoons cornstarch
  • ¼ cup cold water
  • Pepper to taste
  • Herbs to taste

    Now you not only have extra gravy, but gravy that is high in protein. Put it on top of your mashed potatoes, stuffing, green beans and any other Thanksgiving dish. With this easy recipe, you will avoid the embarrassment of running out of gravy, or worse, burning it because you forgot it on the stove.  May you have a healthy, happy, peaceful Thanksgiving!

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      Brian Hoppe

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