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Bone Broth

You’ve probably noticed that bone broth is becoming increasingly popular lately, and for good reason. Not only is this protein and collagen rich beverage incredibly tasty, it has several great benefits. Research has shown bone broth can help:

  • Heal leaky gut

  • Overcome food intolerance and allergies

  • Improve joint health

  • Reduce cellulite and improve skin health

  • Boosting the immune system

Unfortunately, most bone broths from the supermarket lack the complete nutritional profile that comes from grass-fed animals — which is why usually it's recommended that you make bone broth yourself with the leftover bones from your beef or chicken. But let’s be honest, most people just don’t have the time to make their own bone broth.

Kettle & Fire is made from real bones, real ingredients and long cook times. Most store-bought broth (often labeled “stock”) from the grocery store uses a mash of bone paste or poor-quality cuts of meat, and cooks their broth at high temperatures. This results in a watered down, non-gelling broth that's missing the amino acid and protein benefits of a real bone broth. In fact, next time you're at the grocery store, check the ingredients panel - many of these "broths" don't even use bones!

K & F Beef bone broth: Marrow bones from organically raised, 100% grass-fed cows, organic carrots, organic celery, organic onions, organic bay leaves, organic apple cider vinegar, and RO-purified water.

K & F Chicken bone broth: Chicken bone broth (filtered water, organic chicken bones, organic apple cider vinegar), chicken broth, organic celery, organic roasted poblano pepper, organic green pepper, organic onion, organic carrots, organic garlic, organic scallions, organic tomato puree, organic herbs (parsley, thyme, rosemary, basil), organic spices, sea salt.

Curious how to drink it? We like to drink a mug of it, just like you would coffee or tea. In fact, warming up a cup of broth and adding a pinch of salt to taste is a great way to start your morning—try drinking 8 ounces a day, every day. Of course, you can use it in recipes wherever it calls for broth or stock, or turn it into a base for your favorite soup. Once you open your bone broth, just pop it in the fridge. After being opened, it will stay good for 7-10 days.

Head on over to Kettle & Fire and pick up yours today!

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