Wild Alaskan Halibut Bone Broth
organic ingredients, 24 fl oz pouch |
Our Wild Alaskan Halibut Broth is made from the heads, spines, and fins of wild halibut caught in cold, clear Alaskan waters. We add only organic vegetables, herbs, spices, and vinegar, for extra flavor and nutrition.
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- Wild Alaskan halibut
- Non-fish ingredients certified organic
- No preservatives or artificial ingredients
- Made from collagen-rich connective tissues
- Product of USA (Alaska)
You can learn a lot by watching how wild animals eat fish.
Eagles, seals, bears, and foxes eat the collagen-rich parts first.
And traditional cultures from the Baltics to Alaska use the same collagen-rich parts to make nourishing broths.
Our Wild Alaskan Halibut Broth is made from the heads, spines, and fins of wild halibut caught in cold, clear Alaskan waters.
We add only organic vegetables, herbs, spices, and vinegar, for extra flavor and nutrition.
Halibut broth: Simple and versatile
Halibut broth serves as a delicious stock for soups, sauces, and stews.
Or, you can make a light, delicious soup by adding organic vegetables, scallions, and herbs such as parsley or cilantro.
To lend your broth vibrant color and healthful antioxidant power, add turmeric powder. For added zest and flavor, add hot spices such as cayenne, Tabasco, wasabi, horseradish, paprika, salsa, or chili sauce.
Gelatin and collagen: Nourishing fish-broth factors
Gelatin – and the collagen it contains – are key components of halibut broth.
The body uses collagen to form bones, connective tissues (tendons, ligaments, and cartilage), skin, hair, nails, intestinal linings, and much more.
So-called "marine” peptides from fish collagen abound in four amino acids – glycine, proline, hydroxyproline, and arginine – in unique combinations and ratios.
Marine collagen peptides are reported to stimulate formation of connective tissues, moderate inflammation, and support healthy stomach linings.
In Japan, high-end "beauty restaurants” serve gelatin/collagen-rich dishes designed to nourish and enhance skin, hair, and nails.
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Calcium 3% • Iron 1%
Keep frozen and use by "Best By" date on package. Once thawed, store any unused portion in the refrigerator for up to one week.
Thaw pouch in a bowl — to catch leaks due to small tears/holes that may develop on rare occasions — under refrigeration at or below 38 degrees Fahrenheit (3 degrees Celsius).
For quick-thawing, place frozen pouch in cool water for approximately 20 to 30 minutes, just until contents are flexible. Once thawed, immediately cook or refrigerate.
Halibut broth can be enjoyed on its own, with or without added seasonings.
In fact, many people who follow a Paleo diet plan sip broth as they would a cup of hot tea.
Halibut broth is the perfect base for fish chowders, fish stews, bisques, bouillabaisse, seafood risotto and paella.
To enrichen the flavor of shellfish, simmer or steam it in a blend of water, halibut broth, and seasonings.
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