I've written about my love of bone broth a few times on this blog. The first bone broth I ever tried was at The Bulletproof Coffee shop, right after I started Keto. The gut healing benefits of bone broth are enormous. Bone broth also helps joint and skin health, 2 things that are essential for me since I suffer from Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis.
Recently I discovered Kettle & Fire Bone Broth and it has now become by go-to bone broth!
MADE IN THE USA
It all starts with organic 100% grass fed beef or chicken bones, which they are proud to source from small family farms who raise their animals following organic principles, without any added hormones and antibiotics.
QUALITY & NATURAL INGREDIENTS
Next they combine the highest-collagen content bones (knuckle, patella, femur and feet bones) with only organic vegetables, sea salt, and herbs. This means no artificial ingredients, no preservatives and no additives.
Then they combine the premium ingredients with filtered water into steel kettles. The mixture is cooked for 20-24 hours at 130 degrees Fahrenheit. This provides enough time for the marrow, collagen and amino acids to soak into the broth.
ADVANCED & RESPONSIBLE PACKAGING
They package it while it's hot in an "aseptic" vacuum environment so there are zero pathogens in the box or in the packaging area. This means no spoilage and a 2 year shelf-life! Their packaging is recyclable, sustainable, and made with natural materials.
Kettle & Fire simmers their 100% grass-fed, organic bones for 20+ hours to pull all the collagen, proteins and amino acids from the bones into their broth. The result is a bone broth that's rich, delicious, and has 19x more collagen than the closest competitor (as certified by an independent lab).
VARIETIES OF BONE BROTH
Recently, I traveled to the Dallas area to visit one of my best friends and ended up getting food poisoning at the very first restaurant we went to. Luckily, I was able to find Kettle & Fire Chicken Bone Broth at a local Whole Foods and it helped to bring me back to life.
Now I have been drinking their Mushroom Chicken flavor and it is delicious, super rich and buttery tasting, I didn't even add salt to it and it was wonderful.
On their website you can save money by signing up for a subscription or you can purchase individual cartons. They have a 2 year shelf life, so you can stock your pantries so you always have broth to sip and cook with.
If you're new to bone broth, Kettle & Fire recommends drinking 4-8oz a day, at least 3x per week to experience all the benefits. I like to sip mine while I am waiting for dinner to cook, but you can of course sip it any time of day. I heat mine up low and slow, by simmering in a pot on low until warm. If you have to use a microwave, I would recommend a low heat setting, don't blast it on high.
*Limit of one per customer