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Simmering Broth

Medicinal Bone Broth: Herbs, Fungi, and Sea Vegetables, Oh My {bone broth recipe}

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Founder & CEO, Hatch Lab

 

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Bone broth is nothing new. In fact, it is so far from new that it was part of our hunter-gatherer ancestors’ regular menu. Though it’s been around for a very long time, with its fairly recent surge of popularity (dare I say trendiness) and the claimed (and often disputed) health benefits, it’s hard to resist experimenting with the stuff. What we want to know is, how can we step up our bone broth game?

Herbalist and author Briana Wiles says one way to get more out of your liquid gold is to toss in medicinal herbs, mushrooms, and sea vegetables that add calcium, vitamins, and minerals to the mix. We enlisted her to share some tips about which herbs to use and how to integrate them into bone broth. Continue reading Medicinal Bone Broth: Herbs, Fungi, and Sea Vegetables, Oh My {bone broth recipe}

Hatching for the Holidays Guide

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Founder & CEO, Hatch Lab

 

In case you’re looking for a bit of inspiration for gifts and entertaining this holiday season, check out our Hatching for the Holidays Guide below. It’s full of fun ways to make more and buy less.

Gifts to Make

4 easy things to make and share.

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Fresh Thymes Eatery Talks Bone Broth and the Importance of Great Ingredients {simple recipe included}

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Founder & CEO, Hatch Lab

 

There seems to be a growing interest in bone broth, so I sat down with a broth expert to get the scoop. Christine Ruch (rhymes with “book”) is the chef and owner of Fresh Thymes Eatery in Boulder, Colorado.

Ruch, who grew up in Arizona, opened Fresh Thymes in 2013. She describes it as “a takeout marketplace and café specializing in, what I like to call, ingredient-conscious food. That means no primary allergens and all of the other ingredients are very Bone Broth (2 of 3)thoughtfully sourced and meant to promote health.” Her food is completely free of gluten, dairy, eggs, shellfish, and sugar. She uses corn in the eatery’s local, heirloom corn tortillas, and soy appears only in her non-GMO (genetically modified organism) tamari and fermented soy products. Christine, who was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2006, explains part of the inspiration behind Fresh Thymes: “I truly believe that people are becoming more aware of the connection between food and wellness, and they’re becoming more conscious of how food affects their bodies. They’re thinking about the food they purchase, the food they consume, and how their food is produced.” Christine didn’t want food allergies and sensitivities to keep her or others from enjoying a delicious restaurant experience.  Continue reading Fresh Thymes Eatery Talks Bone Broth and the Importance of Great Ingredients {simple recipe included}