Kettle & Fire FAQ

FAQ


Why Bone Broth?

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

Studies also show that bone broth helps boost the immune system and heal disorders like allergies, asthma, and arthritis. This is thanks to the high levels of proteins (like collagen) and amino acids present in bones and bone marrow. When cooked for long periods of time (like we do), nutrients like glutamine, glycine, glucosamine, collagen, calcium soak into the broth. The end result is a super-healthy, gut-healing drink unlike any other. 

How do you make your bone broth?

We slow-simmer our organic or 100% grass-fed bones for 24+ hours on low heat, along with organic vegetables and a few spices. This long cook process ensures that the nutrients and amino acids in the bones break down to create the high-protein, highly nutritious bone broth we are known for. 

Video: How We Make Our Beef Bone Broth

What are bone broth's health benefits? 

Studies have shown that bone broth helps with skin health (thanks to high levels of collagen and glutamine), gut health (thanks to glycine that helps heal and seal the lining of the gut), joint health (thanks to amino acids like glucosamine), and reduces inflammation.

Unlike meats and vegetables, bone broth contains TONS of healthy amino acids that bones, marrow, and connective tissue is rich in. When slow-simmered for hours, these healthy proteins and amino acids soak into the bone broth and make their way into your body. This is why many of our customers have seen improvements in their joint pains and digestive health from having just a cup a day. 

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How is Kettle & Fire different from broth and stock at the grocery store?

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!

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Why doesn't your bone broth need to be frozen?

We use $6 millions of dollars worth of packaging technology to vacuum seal our bone broth and give it a shelf life of two years... all WITHOUT using any preservatives or additives.

VideoWhy Our Shelf Life is 2 Years

Video: What is the Packaging Made of? 

What is your bone broth made of?

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

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.

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Why is bone broth good for gut health?

Bone broth contains TONS of glycine and glutamine, two key amino acids that help remedy "leaky gut" and other digestive issues. The amino acids (especially glycine) keep the lining of the intestinal wall intact and strong. This means better digestion, and no particles leaking into the bloodstream! 

Blog Article: 4 Amazing Ways Collagen & Bone Broth Heal Your Gut

How should I consume bone broth?

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. 

Video: What is the Serving Size?

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What if I don't like it?

We offer simple, hassle-free returns via our Returns Center. Feel free to contact the Kettle & Fire Happiness Team by clicking here. We offer simple, hassle-free returns. To learn more about our return's policy, click here

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What is the subscription option?

For people who want to sign up for a monthly or quarterly bone broth subscription, you'll save 20% and get our bone broth on a regular basis. We find this makes it easy for our customers to incorporate the benefits of bone broth into their lives without the hassle of re-ordering it. 

Video: What is the Monthly Subscription/ Auto-ship?

Video: Why Should I Sign-Up for a Subscription?

If you have any more questions about our subscription service, feel free to call us, start a live chat, or email us. We love talking about all things bone broth.