Bone broth cleanse to rule them all Part 2 – Day 1-2 of my journey on Osso Good’s 7 Day Bone Broth Cleanse

Day 1

Provided that I have multiple weddings coming up, it felt like the right time to get another cleanse in so I can feel like I fit in my suit properly. All things considered, I knew this paleo Osso Good Bone Broth 7-day cleanse was going to be far more difficult than the last. Namely, that reason is my son Jones. He is at a developmental milestone where he is learning multiple words a day, but the tough part is he has learned he has an opinion that matters, so his new favorite word is No. And not just any no. He says, “No, No, No.!” and wages his finger. In all honesty it was hilarious the first 10 times, but all things have their expiration date.

Recipes from the Day:

Paleo Pork Ramen

My first dish was a recipe Osso Good Bones already loves making, however, I just made it paleo. You can find our dish here.

How I made it Paleo and to my preferences:

  • Osso Good Spicy Pork Bone Broth instead of Chicken Broth
  • Substitute Ramen Noodles for Butternut Sqaush Noodles
  • Added Roasted Corn
  • Used Coconut Sugar to caramelize the pork

How I ate my 40 oz. of bone broth during my bone broth cleanse both days…

  1. 15 oz. of Signature Bone Broth w/ coffee
  2. 20 oz. of Revive the Gut in a to-go Thermos
  3. 10 oz. of Spicy Pork Broth w/ Ramen

Day 2

Recipes from the Day:

Paleo Pork Plantain Tostadas

I used the leftover pork from the previous meal and made some plantain tostadas to put the pork and fixins on. Since tostadas are open face tacos it’s really choose your own adventure when it comes to adding toppings.

Ingredients

  • 2 yellow plantains
  • 1/4 cup coconut oil, melted, plus more for baking tostadas
  • 1 teaspoon salt

First off, chop the plantains into 2 inch pieces and toss them in the food processor with the melted coconut oil and salt. Then set your blender or Vitamix to Puree. Secondly, line a baking sheet with parchment paper and grease with additional coconut oil. Then divide the plantain mixture into 6 pancake-like blobs on the baking sheet and flatten them out into pancakes as best you can. (Oiled hands help). Bake at 425 for 25 minutes or so, flipping half way. Finally, add toppings of your choosing. I chose some homemade pico de gallo and guac.

~ Adapted from a Zenbelly Recipe

How I ate my 40 oz. of bone broth during my bone broth cleanse both days…

  1. 15 oz. of Signature Bone Broth w/ coffee
  2. 10 oz. of Spicy Pork Broth w/ Ramen
  3. 10 oz. of Beef Bone Broth in a Peach Smoothie
  4. 5 oz. of Spicy Pork Broth in Pulled Pork Tostada