Erie Bone Broth

We have a delicious new product coming on line– Chicken and Turkey Bone Broth from Erie Bone Broth. You might have seen owner Kelly at one of the local Farmer’s Markets selling her bags of broth, and it’s so darn good we wanted to offer it to our customers as well.
Erie Bone Broth starts with bones from pasture-raised animals, which are then are soaked and simmered in a bath of apple cider vinegar and cold filtered water for 24 full hours to help pull out the nutrients and minerals from the bones. Fresh herbs and aromatics are added to the broth to boost flavor, and no salt is added.
Keep the 24 oz spout bags frozen for up to 6 months, or thawed for a week in the fridge. When you’re ready to use the bag, gently thaw by running the bag under warm water and then put the whole bag in a pot of water over medium heat on the stovetop. You can also cut a frozen bag open, heat it all up at once (pour yourself a mug to sip when it’s done!) and refrigerate the rest until ready to use.
Some of Kelly’s favorite ways to use it? Just drink it! If you like, add a pinch of salt to warm up after a cold snap. Or add in any combo of minced garlic and ginger, an egg (add into the simmering broth– it will cook in a flash), or shredded/julienned veggies like carrots, sprouts and green onions. This is a great alternative to store-bought sodium-heavy stock for making soups.
We currently have Turkey & Chicken available, and they’re $15 each for a 24 oz. bag. To read more on the amazing health benefits of bone broth (and the differences between broth, stock and bone broth), click here to read more on the subject from Health Ambition.


  1. Annette on April 15, 2016 at 1:55 am


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