Bone broth is one of the most paleo things you can consume!
For thousands of years, our ancestors made full use of the animal (after eating the organs and the meat) by tossing the bones, cartilage/connective tissues, marrow, and the rest into a broth which simmers for many hours on low heat. The result is simply the most nutrient-dense beverage you can drink.
For starters, properly-made bone broth is absolutely chock full of collagen, which is well known for its restorative ability for your skin, gut, and brain tissues - among many other things. (Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body.)
What a lot of people may not know is that bone broth is also very high in glycine - an important amino acid to consume if you consume a lot of lean cuts of meat (guilty!), which can lead to having too much methionine in your diet (often cited as a reason to avoid red meat). Glycine counteracts the impact of high methionine - keeping your liver in shape and regulating inflammation.
Long story short - regularly drinking a high-quality bone broth allows you to replicate the huge nutritional benefits of nose-to-tail eating, which is especially important if you eat a lot of meat.
Naturally, we use only bones and marrow from pasture-fed animals, which is then simmered for 10+ hours before skimming off the solids.
Our tom yum flavor was born from our staff's love for tom yum everything at lunchtime. We wanted to get that incredible flavor without all the cheap oils or processed noodles that are usually tossed in with your typical roadside tom yum. So we thought - what better place to get some tom yum in your life than in a super nutrient-dense sipping broth? After a few weeks of testing, we think we've got a tom yum experience sipping experience with a round, even flavor that's not too intense but also not bland and weak. Give it a try and let us know what you think!
Ingredients: Water, pasture-raised chicken bones, chicken feet, red onion, garlic, tomato, wild honey, sea salt, galangal, kaffir lime leaves, coriander, lemongrass, dried red chilis, lime.
Keep refrigerated after thawing. We suggest heating up in a pot on low heat or in a microwave safe mug on a medium or high setting for 30-60 seconds.