Ground Beef and Bone Marrow Broth Saute

This was one of those meals at the end of the shopping week that I just hunted and gathered what we had in the refrigeration and freezer to come up with this one. 

I had some organic grass-fed ground beef in the fridge.  A patient made me some bone marrow broth, which was fantastic.  I also had some zucchini left from a meal earlier in the week, and I had a tube of tomato paste. 

Plus I always seem to have a ton of herbs and spices in the cupboard. So I picked up some garlic and onion powder and basil.  I have to say making this one pan bone marrow broth saute was fast and easy. 

It was so good that Lilly and TJ attacked Erin when she sat down with her bowl.  The best thing to me about this bone marrow saute is that the broth and zucchini are so healthy for you, this is as close to a super bowl of food as you can get. 

The broth will help heal your leaky gut, and the zucchini will help heal the adrenal glands.


  • 4 slices of bacon, humanly raised
  • 2 pounds of Ground beef, organic grass-fed
  • 4 zucchini cut into quarters and diced
  • 1 cup bone marrow broth
  • 2 tbs basil
  • 2 tbs garlic powder
  • 1 tbs onion powder
  • 10 oz. tube of tomato paste



  1. Cook the bacon in a saute pan over medium heat.
  2. Once cooked remove the bacon and dice once it is cool enough.  
  3. Add beef and spices to the pan and saute until the beef is mostly cooked (very little or no pink). 
  4. Once the beef is cooked add the broth, paste, and diced bacon. 
  5. Stir it all in and cover and simmer for 15 min.
  6. Should have a soup or stew like consistency if not add more broth.

Hopefully, your family enjoys this one as much as ours did!

As always if you try this one let me know what you think of it in the comments section blow, and if you have any new recipes you believe that we should try, please email them to me at [email protected] See you all very soon.

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