Organic Bone Broth – Chicken Unsalted Single Serve
We slow-simmer organic chicken bones with onion, apple cider vinegar and rosemary for a savory bone broth full of naturally occurring collagen without high sodium. Bone broth is a delicious, satisfying addition to your everyday routine. Pour, heat and sip warm by the cup or enhance flavor of recipes that call for water or broth.
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WATER, CHICKEN*, ONIONS*, CARROTS*, CELERY*, SPICES*, CIDER VINEGAR*, ROSEMARY EXTRACT* [ANTIOXIDANT].
- Corn Free
- Dairy Free
- Gluten Free
- Low Fat
- Low Sodium
- Soy Free
- Wheat Free
- Yeast Free
Frequently Asked Questions
How much collagen is in the bone broth? It doesn’t congeal like mine does at home so has the collagen been skimmed off?
We don’t skim off the collagen when we cook our bone broth, but we do skim off the fat. The reason that our bone broth doesn’t congeal is that after we cook our bone broth, it goes through a flash-heating step before being packed into the carton. Because that step is done at such a high heat, the collagen and other proteins present in our bone broth go through a process known as denaturation. Simply put, it’s this process that relaxes the protein and keeps it from congealing, yet leaves the collagen behind.
What bone parts do you use and how long do you cook the broth?
We pride ourselves in wasting very little of the chickens that are bought or raised on regional farms, and in that we try to cook our bone broth the way you would at home – over low heat and for long hours to let the collagen and protein-rich parts break down to create a bone broth that is packed full of nutrients.
Does the Organic Chicken Bone Broth contain any garlic?
Our Organic Chicken Bone Broth is garlic free!
Why do you use vinegar in this product?
The vinegar helps draw more minerals out of the bones.
Are the chickens free range?
Yes, the organic free-range chickens are raised on regional farms, and have access to both pastures and barns.
What are some ways to use Bone Broth?
This one-cup recipe size Bone Broth can be used in place of water when making rice, lentils, or for adding slow-cooked flavor to homemade soups or stir-frys. Bone Broth is traditionally sipped by the cup: add fresh herbs or seasonings and enjoy as a low-calorie mid-day snack.