As two women with backgrounds in the fashion industry, we love a worthy trend (we’ve even been known to show up to a meeting clad in the same coveted shoes). And while we’re eager to hop on board the sartorial bandwagon this spring (think monochromatic beige, surfer-chic, and lace that doesn’t evoke feelings of your great-grandmother), we’re a bit choosier when it comes to what we put in our bodies.
From veganism to keto, and raw to pescatarian, there’s a gastronomic viewpoint for everyone these days. We don’t subscribe to any particular iron-clad dietary rules, but we do our best to grow our own organic produce, shop locally, support sustainable farming, eat pasture-raised or wild game meats, and embrace no-waste cooking. One product that often incorporates each of these notions: bone broth.
bone broth: [bōn brȯth]; a collagen-rich liquid (technically a stock, which differs from a broth) containing brewed bones and connective tissue.