'Tis the Season for Bones and Broth
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One of the most nutrient-dense products we carry is our beef bone broth. Made with our grass-fed marrow bones, this is a recipe that has been nourishing cultures for generations. For the last 12 years, we have use the tried and true recipe from Sally Fallon's Nourishing Traditions cookbook.
Bone broth remains a diet staple for the Weston A. Price Foundation. We have customers suffering with everything from chronic fatigue to cancer, who call in asking for broth at their doctor's request. Packed with vitamins and nutrients, bone broth is the perfect elixir to add to soups, roasts, or add some herbs and sip it straight.
We offer three convenient sizes of bone broth:
- 14 ounces/1.75 cups
- 2.4 pounds/4.8 cups
- 5 pounds/10 cups
Our bone broth ships frozen. For storage, the broth may be thawed and separated into smaller containers. Some customers will thaw the broth and pour it into ice cube trays. The best storage option would depend on how quickly you intend to use the broth. We recommend storing in the refrigerator for up to two weeks and the freezer for long-term storage.
Want to make your own bone broth?
We sell the marrow bones that are perfect for your homemade stocks and broth. Bone marrow is available in three convenience sizes:
- Small bones (4-6 bones/1 pound average)
- Medium bones (2-3 bones/1.2 pound average)
- Large bones (1-2 bones/1.75 pound average)
Also great for homemade stocks and broth:
- Knuckle Bone Cartilage
We recommend the medium marrow bones containing 2-3 bones, which seems to be the favorite for homemade bone broth. Here are some of our favorite beef and chicken broth recipes for you to try:
- Food Lovers' Primal Palate Bone Broth
- The Domestic Man's Bone Broth
- Holistic Squid's Chicken Broth
Read more about bone marrow and bone broth:
- Broth is Beautiful
- 7 Grassfed Foods that Can Really Improve Your Natural Functions
- How Bone Broth Supports Your Adrenals, Bones and Teeth
- Bone Marrow: Delicious, Nutritious and Underappreciated
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