Grass-fed Bison Bone Stock 16 oz (2-jar minimum)
Grass-fed Bison Bone Stock 16 oz Glass Jars - Minimum purchase of 2 Jars required
This Grass-Fed Traditions Bison Stock is made from 100% grass fed and grass finished bison bones. Never confined to feedlots, these animals were never injected with antibiotics or growth hormones. To reconstitute as broth, mix 2 tablespoons of Bison Stock per 1 cup of hot water.
Our bone stocks are made from the bones of animals that are raised on Wisconsin pastures that are never treated with chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides. These bones are perfect for making a nutrient dense stock. We add a touch of organic apple cider vinegar and distilled water to the bones to help pull those nutrients out and impart them into this mild flavored stock that has many uses.
Below are some recommendations to help you get the most enjoyment out of your Grass-Fed Bone Stock. Our delicious and nutrient-dense stock can be used as a base for soups or simply enjoyed as a wonderful warm drink. The flavor is mild, but it also lends itself well to add great flavor to rice or quinoa. However you choose to enjoy our concentrated stock you will appreciate the fact that our stock is made by:
- Slow simmering grass-fed bones
- Hand crafted in small batches
- Hand packaged into glass jars
- Simple ingredients: grass–fed bones, distilled water, organic apple cider vinegar
For a Mild Sipping or Cooking Broth:
Combine 2 Tablespoons of Grass-Fed Bone Stock with 1 cup of water and 3/4 teaspoon finely ground Himalayan salt. Warm through gently over low heat for sipping or use in any recipe calling for broth.
For a Robust Sipping or Cooking Broth:
Combine 3-4 Tablespoons of Grass-Fed Bone Stock with 1 cup of water and 3/4 teaspoon finely ground Himalayan salt. Warm through gently over low heat for sipping or use in any recipe calling for a robust broth.
Besides salt, this stock pairs well with a hint of black pepper. When used as a mild broth, flavorings such as parsley and celery are well suited. When making into a more robust broth, or a dish with added meat or meat drippings, hearty herbs such as rosemary work well in stews, soups, and gravies.
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