Bone broth is one of the most ancient foods still available today. It has been consumed for hundreds of years as a source of nourishment all around the world. Centuries ago, most households kept a kettle or stockpot of broth simmering on the hearth.
This practice of continuous broth simmering served as the base for grandma’s healing and nourishing soups and stews. However, despite the age-old benefits of bone broth, the time-consuming process of making it has left it out of our busy lives. Although, modern technology and large-scale farming have made fast foods possible, sometimes, it is best to take things slow.
Our bone broth is a mineral-rich and nutrient-dense superfood that is prepared by slow-cooking the bones of healthy animals with vegetables, herbs, and spices for 24 – 48 hours.