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What is Bone Broth?
Bone broth is made from animal bones and connective tissue — typically cattle, chicken, or fish — that have been boiled into a broth and slow simmered for 10 to more than 20 hours with herbs, vegetables, and spices. So why is this seemingly simple liquid something you’d want to drink every day?Learn More →
Bone Broth Benefits
Some call bone broth meat water. We call it liquid gold. What makes this stuff so special? The short answer is collagen. Bones and connective tissue are the only true dietary sources of type II collagen — a protein that’s known for keeping skin smooth and supple and teeth and joints healthy, as well as touting dozens of other health benefits.See all benefits →
Using Bone Broth
Heat in a pan on the stove over medium heat until it’s hot. Or pour into a microwavable mug for 1 minute.
Try adding ginger, garlic, tumeric, and cayenne to the bone broth. Watch the video below for more inspiration.
Sip Like Coffee
We recommend drinking at least 3 cups per week. Try bone broth as an alternative to stock/broth in your recipes for an extra protein boost, to help reduce carb cravings, or to support your immune system.
Savory Chicken Soup with Peas and Brown Rice
Tender bits of shredded chicken cooked in coconut oil and bone broth are the highlight of this savory chicken soup recipe. This soup recipe is fortified with our Kettle & Fire Chicken Bone Broth, which ups the nutrition with a boost of collagen and extra protein.View Recipe & Instructions
Bone Broth Hummus
With hints of garlic and lemon, this hummus recipe is full of Mediterranean flavor, and it also contains several nutrients, such as healthy fats, calcium, and vitamin C. The addition of bone broth also adds type II collagen, a beneficial protein found only in bones and connective tissue, which is known for improving gut, skin, and joint health.View Recipe & Instructions
SIBO-Friendly Beef Ragu with Spaghetti Squash
This SIBO-friendly dish harkens back to the old country with traditional Italian herbs, a rich tomato base, and grass-fed ground beef. Sink your teeth into our pasta substitute, a sweet and savory spaghetti squash that you can twirl on your fork just like the real thing.View Recipe & Instructions