THE BEST BONE BROTH ON THE MARKET
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We all know the benefits of collagen
But how much collagen is in most Bone Broth?
The answer is not much. Other Bone Broths are thin and watery, a sure sign they are not made with enough bones. Producers will increase production and profit by not adding enough bones to the pot.
Since we use a TON of bones, our bone broth is a solid at room temperature. We use so many bones that we can barely cover the pot with the lid!
This means deeper flavor and much more collagen.
We are confident that this is the best Bone Broth on the market! It’s not even close.
Check out the brief video below to see the difference between our Bone Broth and one of our competitors.
We source our bones from small family farms SO local the farmers are personal friends of ours. We can see The cows grazing outside on rotated pastures. Take a look at their websites!
Tussock Sedge Farm in Bucks County, PA: https://tussocksedgefarm.com/
Birchwood Farm and Dairy in Bucks County, PA: http://www.birchwoodfarmdairy.com/
Shady Fox Farm in Bucks County, PA: http://shadyfoxfarm.com
beware of 100% grass-fed labeling!
Cattle fed dried grass on feed lots their entire lives can be labeled “100% Grass-Fed.” While this is a step above grain, it is a poor practice.
Cows need to be outside, feeding on fresh grass.
The salt is important too!
We use Remond’s Real Salt®, an unrefined salt from an ancient sea bed in Utah. It has the highest mineral content of any available salt. We use it in moderation due to the varying degrees of salt tolerance, so please season to your liking!
Redmond’s Real Salt®: https://realsalt.com/