Why bone broth?
Bone broths are as old as the ages. While many people consider them the same as chicken or beef stock, bone broths are quite different. The difference between a broth and a stock lies mainly in the amount of time that it’s simmered. While stocks can be ready in as little as three hours, bone broth is slow simmered for 24-48 hours. This extra time allows all the collagen, nutrients, vitamins and amino acids (the building blocks of every protein in your body!) in the bone to leach into the broth.
Collagen, which is a key component of our broth, is one of the most abundant proteins in the body. Collagen is found in connective tissue, bones, teeth, tendons, cartilage, skin and blood vessels. The type II collagen found in bone broth is not available in any known plant or vegetable and is easily absorbed by the digestive system.
The best way to enjoy our bone broth? Straight from the convenient, easy to reseal pouch! Just simmer for 5 minutes, and it’s ready to sip. You can also pour it into a mug and microwave for one minute. While our bone broth is delicious on its own, you can spice it up to suit your own taste. Bone broth can also be used as the base for soups, stews and gravies, in mashed potatoes, and even in smoothies as a way to boost your protein and collagen intake.