AIP™ Chicken Bone Broth (Autoimmune Protocol)

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AIP™ Chicken Bone Broth (Autoimmune Protocol)

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The Flavor Chef’s Signature,
Genuine Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) Bone Broth 

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Ingredients: Organic Chicken Bones, Organic Carrots, Organic Celery, Organic Parsley

Our Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) bone broth is specifically crafted to meet the needs of those following The Autoimmune Protocol diet. We use Palomar Mountain Spring Water, Organic Chicken Bones, Organic Carrots, Organic Celery, and Organic Parsley to provide a healthy and delicious cornerstone for The Autoimmune Protocol diet.

This Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) Bone Broth needs to remain Frozen for up to 6-months or Refrigerated for 7-10 days.

Better Then Grandma Used to Make! 

Take your Frozen Bone Broth from the freezer and place in the refrigerator overnight to thaw. Put contents in a saucepan and bring to a low simmer. Once at a simmer, turn the heat off and consume! Save the rest by allowing to cool and putting in a mason jar, or glass container then refrigerating. If you follow this process you’ll see your Broth become very gelatinous!

Process: We decant your Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) Bone Broth straight from our kettles after 18 hours. After a 4-phase filter process, our Broth is cool enough to package (70 degrees Fahrenheit). Once packaged in our Stand-Up, BPA free Zipper Pounces, we heat-seal each unit for consumer safety. These units are then frozen immediately.

Proper Gelatin: Because of the freezing process, our Broth expands in weight by about 2oz with ice crystals. Bringing the Broth to a simmer evaporates this excess water, leaving your Broth in its highly Gelatinous natural state.

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