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Khash – fantastic ketogenic bone broth that stops joint inflammation!

Khash is an ancient type of bone broth from Armenia, which is consumed widely throughout the Caucasus region
The word Khash means something like a decoction. It is a strong and tasty soup that is rich in flavor – and is probably one of the dishes in the world that is most rich in natural collagen and elastin, substances that can help to rebuild our worn-out joints. This means that it should help people with arthritis, joint problems, bad knees and so on. In many places in the Caucasus and in Russia Khash is used to speed up restitution by professional athletes – and to simultaneously strengthen joints and cartilage in the long term.

Veal bones and collagenImage
Start by ordering 10 kg of veal bones from the butcher, they need not necessarily be with meat on them. Get them sawn into small pieces, about 10 cm each. Place them in a large pot, so they take up as little as possible in height, so the soup will be as powerful as possible. Fill with water so that it just covers the upper bones. Cook it for 6-10 hours, start in the evening, get it to a boil and turn down to the lowest setting, so it just simmers – check out a few times before you go to bed. It should simmer – do not waste cook. If you put the soup at 6pm the first part will be finished when you get up in the morning. If you cool it now it will result in a 1-2 cm thick yellow layer of white and yellow fat on top. This is one of the best sources of pure energy. Saturated fats are the most stable kind of fat that is also the best for your health in the long run. But don’t cool it yet.

IMG_0514Cartilage and marrow
Now comes the most important part – cartilage must be scraped and chopped fine. Take the marrow out of the bones with a thin fork or a knife. Chop it if you want. Then add cartilage and marrow back into the broth. Once all the bones are scraped clean they must be disposed of or given to the dog, that has probably been waiting or this moment for a while.

And then we spice it up
Wash thoroughly and finely chop two large bunches of parsley and two, three large bunches of coriander. Here you must not compromise – just as in the rest of the soup, coriander is a very important component. Chop 2-3 large garlic – and I think the whole heads garlic, not just cloves. Add all the chopped stuff to the soup, warm it up and turn off the heat before it starts cooking. Now, it should be salted. The bone broth should have the right salty taste, so no compromises here. This is the basic recipe to inspire you.

From here you have the right to experiment with spices – I have the right to remain silent!

The recipe is higly ketogenic. It means that eating that bone broth will most probably prime your body cells to start burning your body fat already after 1 week – called nutritional ketosis. I use it a lot for my clients as a part of ketogenic nutrition – also called keto. Keto stops systemic inflammation, and is a part of my multifunctional protocol for combatting cancer, diabetes 1, 2 and 3 (Alzheimers) and a whole range of lifestyle disease.

You can read more about my work at www.sakharoff.com.

Bon appetit 🙂

Misha sakharoff


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This entry was posted on January 22, 2016 by in Cooking, Cooking recipes - Danish, keto, ketogenic and tagged , , , , , , , .
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