Bone Broth Obsession
Updated: May 18, 2020
If you’ve been following me for any amount of time now, you’ve probably noticed I’m a little obsessed with bone broth. If you’re wondering what all the hype is about, I just got finished writing my new eBook “Guide to Liquid Gold”! I’m pretty excited to share it with you guys, you’re going to love it, and learn a lot! I wanted to make this practical as well, so I’ve included my go-to bone broth recipes, along with some variations and different preparations to serving broth to keep it interesting and delicious! I also give some background and history to broth making, talk about the benefits of bone broth, and what nutrients it contains. I included in the eBook a complete guide to bone broth fasting, which is an excellent tool to utilize! You can purchase my eBook here. In the meantime, I want to share with you a special offer for all of my followers! I can relate that cooking bone broth is super simple and easy, but it is time-consuming! Having some pre-made high-quality broths on hand can be a lifesaver. That’s why I love Kettle and Fire so much. Their bone broth is 100% organic, and they use pasture-raised bones. They simmer the broth slowly for 24 hours. Their broths even come in mouth-watering flavors like chipotle beef, coconut curry and lime chicken, lemongrass ginger pho…to name a few. They have some really delicious soups too! Butternut squash, Thai curry, creamy tomato are a few, plus some KETO soups like broccoli cheddar, mushroom bisque, butter curry and spicy cauliflower. These are perfect for anyone following a keto diet, and perfect to warm you up as winter is approaching. What’s better than being cozy with a warm bowl of soup when it’s cold outside? Click here to purchase from Kettle and Fire, and stock up on some amazing broths! My followers will get to use my special discount code “getnourished” for 10% off your entire order!
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