What ingredients are in Mountain Meadow Bone Broth?

Mountain Meadow Bone Broth simmers bones from pasture-raised chickens, grass-fed and grass-finished cattle, and vegetables. That’s it! Nothing else.

How is Mountain Meadow Bone Broth different from home-made stock?

When people make stock at home, usually it is only simmered for a few hours. Our broths are simmered at a precise temperature for 18 hours. This insures that the bones release all of their nutrient goodness.

Why do we roast the bones before simmering them?

Most broths do not take the extra time to roast the bones. Roasting the bones prior to simmering the broth caramelizes the meat, cartilage and fat on the bones to intensify the flavor. The result is a deeply satisfying broth that can be sipped as is or add to your favorite dish.

Is Mountain Meadow Bone Broth concentrated?

No. You can use Mountain Meadow Bone Broth direct from the container. No need to add water.

What's the difference between broth for pets and broth for people?

At Mountain Meadow Bone Broth, we care about the health and well-being of your pets. That’s why we use the same types of bones - 100% human grade -- in both the broth for pets and broth for people. The broth for pets does not have any onions which are toxic to dogs and cats. Plus, the bones are not roasted prior to simmering.

Why is Mountain Meadow Bone Broth solid frozen?

There are two ways to process broth so that it can be sold in a box on a shelf. The first is to add preservatives. Ick, right? Or you can package it with an Ultra High Temperature (UTH) treatment. While UHT stops bacteria from growing in the broth, the heat also begins to break down the collagen. The only way to keep broth for a long period of time without destroying its beneficial effects is to freeze it.

Will my order arrive frozen?

We ship your broth in recyclable insulated boxes with reusable ice packs. We only ship to locations where the broth will arrive in two days. It should arrive either frozen or partially thawed. Upon arrival, you can either immediately refreeze it, as is or thaw it completely and refreeze in ice cube trays so you have small amounts handy when you need them.

Where is Mountain Meadow Bone Broth shipped?

We ship to locations in the UPS 2-day ground delivery zone from our facilities in Ronan, MT. You can receive our broth if you live in Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Utah, Wyoming or North Dakota.

How is it shipped?

We use UPS 2-day ground shipping. All packages leave our facility in Ronan, Montana on Tuesday afternoon and should arrive by Wednesday or Thursday. We only ship on Tuesdays to insure that your broth arrives before the weekend. If you order after 12pm Mountain time on Tuesday, your order will ship the following Tuesday.

How can I use Mountain Meadow Bone Broth

Mountain Meadow is a versatile broth. While the roasting and long simmer give it a complex flavor, it can be used in almost any type of dish. Plus, sipping Mountain Meadow Bone Broth is an excellent way to enjoy it. Add any combination of flavors to have an endless array of broths. Note that there is absolutely no salt in our broths, so you can control the amount of sodium you have.

How much bone broth should I drink

Bone broth has numerous health benefits, but it’s not a like a medicine that has a recommended dosage. The best way to think of it is that broth should become a regular part of your diet – just like leafy greens or fresh fruit should be. Once you start using it, you’ll find an endless number of ways to add it to dishes, and it will become indispensable part of your daily food routine.

Why do you simmer the broth for 18 hours?

An 18-hour simmer is needed to extract the nutrients from the bones.