If you’ve been following my blog lately you know I just wrote a book called Fearless Broths and Soups: Ditch the Boxes and Cans with 60 Simple Recipes for Real People on Real Budgets.
And then a few weeks ago, while walking the dog in the woods, I had this thought: What if I created a short bone broth e-course for those who are more visual learners?
And then I had a non-stop barrage of competing thoughts that argued incessantly with each other.
It kinda went like this…
Doubting voice: Is there really a need for a video course for making bone broths? I mean it’s just simmering bones in water for God’s sake.
Trusting voice: You know that “deer in the headlights” look when you ask your clients to make bone broths at home. You know how many people email you questions about it. And you know that no matter how much you explain it in words, some people will never quite get it until they SEE it.
Doubting voice: Can’t they just go to You Tube and get this info?
Trusting voice: Yes but there’s always those folks who appreciate when they can get really great info from one source without having to search around and watch different 20 videos (with all the 5 second ads) to maybe find what they’re looking for.
Doubting voice: No one will pay any $$ for this.
Trusting voice: They will if you do a good job.
Doubting voice: Seriously, no one’s gonna pay for it.
Trusting voice: Make it crazy affordable.
Doubting voice: This will take way too much time to shoot and put together for that price.
Hoarding voice: Who cares? You’ll have tons of bone broth for yourself! Just do it.
And so I did it. Here’s a pic from my fridge to prove it (and thank god I have a chest freezer to store it all)…
To be exact…
All told, I made 31 quarts of bone broth. Let’s just say I’ll be eating well for the rest of the year. 🙂
So the first step was to shoot the videos which I did over the course of a week.
Then I came up with the title… How to Make Bone Broth 101.
Then a tagline… A bone broth-making course for bone broth-making newbies
Then a logo…
And then I asked my techie friend to make a sneak preview video…
Now comes the annoying part – editing the videos, creating the website and doing all that mind-numbing tedious techie stuff. I’m getting some help with that but I hope to have it done soon.
Estimated launch date: early to mid-July.
In the meantime…
YOU are the person I created How to Make Bone Broth 101 for.
Because if you’re like me, you grew up eating Campbell’s and Progresso and your mother bought store-bought broths from boxes and cans.
But in recent years you keep reading just how incredibly nutritious and healing REAL homemade broths are. And affordable!
And now you’re ready to start making them.
But maybe you’re a little intimidated or even freaked out and you’re not sure where to start because you didn’t grow up doing this and it’s not second nature.
In How to Make Bone Broths 101, I walk you through the process, step by step, for how to make the 5 most common types of homemade bone broths – chicken, beef, pork, fish and what I call a “leftover bones broth.”
It’s SO EASY.
I learned on my own and it’s not something that takes years to master. And that’s why this course is also a short course. It won’t take you weeks to get through the videos.
And in no time at all you’ll go from a broth-making newbie to a broth making expert.
I guarantee it.
It’s been a few weeks since I wrote this post and I’m psyched to say that How to Make Bone Broth 101 is now ready!
Just go to www.howtomakebonebroth101.com to learn more
Craig Fear is the creator of Fearless Eating and the author of three books, The 30-Day Heartburn Solution, Fearless Broths and Soups and The Thai Soup Secret. After years helping clients with digestive issues, Craig decided to pursue writing full-time. He intends to write many more books on broths and soups from around the world! Click here to learn more about Craig.
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