January 13, 2015
By now you’ve likely heard about the bone broth trend that’s taken NYC by storm and is spreading across the country. Bone broth is nothing new but nutrition experts and foodies have only recently begun touting it’s health benefits. But what is bone broth and why is it so good for you?
To back up for a moment, for general kitchen knowledge it’s useful to know the differences between stock and broth:
Bone broths are very high in minerals and amino acids. They are low in sodium but rich in collagen. This collagen is said to contribute to joint, skin and hair health. Bone broth has become an add on, of sorts, to the Paleo Diet in which coffee is omitted. In New York, windows and storefronts have popped up that serve broth in to-go coffee cups for your morning commute.
Whatever the health benefits may be, there is no doubt that rich, warm bone broth is delicious. If you are a Vietnamese Pho fan, this is definitely the trend for you.
Bone broth is quite easy to make at home. It takes a bit of time, but the results are well worth it. We tried the recipe from Brodo, NYC’s first take-out window devoted to the sippable broth. We used marrow bones and knucklebones only and it was insanely delicious. While it may not replace your morning cup o’ jo, it just might find a place in your daily routine.
October 09, 2017
This bone broth is absolutely delicious! It works well in a beef vegetable soup, but it’s also delicious all on its own.
January 13, 2015
Thanks for the recipe. I know what I’m doing on Saturday!
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