We take our grass-fed lamb bones to a commercial kitchen and have them roasted, cooked low and slow with organic onions, celery, carrots, parsley, fresh herbs, bay leaf, and peppercorns (no salt added so you can tailor it to your liking). Slow-cooked in stainless steel for 48 hours, this stock has turned out gorgeous! Comes frozen in 1-quart containers
Bone stock is made by boiling down animal bones and connective tissue. This nutrient-dense stock is used for soups, sauces and health drinks.
Animal bones are rich in calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus and other trace minerals — the same minerals needed to build and strengthen your own bones.
Connective tissue gives you glucosamine and chondroitin, natural compounds found in cartilage that are known to support joint health.
Marrow provides vitamin A, vitamin K2, minerals like zinc, iron, boron, manganese and selenium, as well as omega-3and omega-6 fatty acids.
All of these animal parts also contain the protein collagen, which turns into gelatin when cooked and yields several important amino acids.
As the ingredients simmer, their nutrients are released into the water in a form your body can easily absorb. Many people don't get enough of these nutrients in their diet, so drinking bone broth is a good way to get more.