Dorset made bone broth, using Dorset sourced ingredients
Bone broth will arrive frozen in easy to use resealable pouches
Great for cooking and drinking
Store in freezer for up to 6 months. Once opened, keep refrigerated and use within 5 days
To heat broth
Put one serving (100 – 150ml) into a saucepan and heat on a low-medium heat for 30 seconds to 1-minute. Stir occasionally.
Drink on its own or add to meals. Recipes can be found on the recipes page.
Gluten and sugar-free, no additional ingredients; simply broth.
WHAT YOU’LL GET:
4 x beef broth x 500ml
Nutrition Facts (Beef Broth)
In 100g of beef bone broth you will find:
Total Fat: 0g
Total Carbs: 1g
Sodium: < 0.5g
Vit A: 0.005mg
GLUTEN-FREE / PALEO FRIENDLY / DAIRY FREE
Our delicious beef bone broth is made using the finest beef bones sourced locally in Dorset. To ensure we produce a premium quality broth that’s abundant in protein and collagen, we only use knucklebones, slow-boiled for a very long time using our homemade organic apple cider vinegar for mineral extraction. We also add filtered water to produce a nourishing broth that has proven results in improving digestive problems. Once our beef broth is cooled, the tallow is removed before we package the broth in heat-sealed aluminium food grade pouches.
We have sent our beef broth off to the lab and can confirm there is 3.6g of collagen found in 100g (100ml).
Bone broth is a great way to diversify your diet with wholefood goodness. A traditional type dish that our grandmothers have been making for years, bone broth has a whole array of health benefits that we are only just discovering now.
At Boil and Broth, we make our broth as raw as you can get; ours is simply bones, apple cider vinegar and water. We choose not to add additional ingredients because some foods people are sensitive to. We want to make our bone broth as accessible as possible, which is why we leave the rest up to you.
To enhance the flavours of our bone broths, we always roast our bones first. Roasting brings out the richness of flavours from the bones themselves, which means our broth is very easy to drink on its own.
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