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Filtered Water, Organic Chicken, Onions, Garlic, Celery, Carrots, Sea Salt, Turmeric, Lactic Acid, Rosemary, Apple Cider Vinegar
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Reviews For Homestyle Savory Chicken Bone Broth
Based on 16 Reviews
Delicious and soothing.
Very tasty chicken bone broth. Having a severe allergy to tomatoes, it hard to find store bought chicken bone broth without it in the ingredients, and I appreciate that Epic is one of very very few that offers such.
Good flavor! If only the jars were larger! :)
The flavor is delightful! This could be consumed as a stand alone or added into a recipe for flavor/moisture. Many bone broths have a pale color and barely any flavor, but Epic has truly done this one right. Rich color + rich flavor = major win!!!
- Stephanie Berry
Couldn't love this more
I had a little left over from chicken soup so I added half a bottle of this delicious! It was the best idea. My soup was super tasty and nutritious. Highly recommended for soups and sauces.
- Rocio Torres
I completely misunderstood this item when purchasing, so the rating is low mostly due to my part.
I purchased 2 of these bottles believing they were powdered for some reason.
I served a small portion to each of my 3 children as well as myself, as we were feeling a little under the weather and getting over a stomach bug.
We all noticed that it had a slightly sour taste to it. They didn't like it all that much (and they are huge bone broth lovers). Perhaps it was the apple cider vinegar taste or just a bad batch. I have yet to try the 2nd bottle. If it has the same sour taste, I won't be purchasing again.
It's too bad because the ingredients are all so wonderful!
I love all of Epic's bone broths, but chicken is probably my favorite.
Whoa. People - this is AMAZING! I cracked this open and I am in LOVE. This has to be the best tasting broth I've ever had and I love that it is made with pure goodness for my body. I'm stocking-up!
Highly recommended, already purchased more
- Anthony Fuller
Used this as the base for a soup and it added fantastic flavor! Highly recommend.
Best in the Market
Hands down the best chicken broth I've tried. I use it during my intermittent fasting periods and I never feel hungry.
For best results, put it in a thermos and sip it slowly. It's last HOURS!
P.S. add a pinch of sea salt.
I used this in chicken and rice soup. The flavor was amazing. I'll never go back to chicken stock! Worth every penny.
- Laura Telfer
I tried this both sipping and cooking. It has a nice mild flavor. Couple of pinches of pink salt and it was perfect. I would recommend.
The best broth- like i made it myself
I make a lot of soups all year long but I do not like using some of the bases. They can be too salty or just not tasty but this broth is now my special ingredient. It is a little on the spender side but the quality is so worth it and once you break it down into portions its a bargain.
Very Good "Soup"
It tastes mostly like what you expect, except for the apple cider vinegar in it which gives it a flavor of dumping some lime juice into it, which is fine by me, since I love limes. Very hearty and flavorful.
If this product were 50% - 66% cheaper, I would probably pick it up regularly.
- Rob Riv
I love them all!
I love this stuff! It has a little tang to it from the apple cider vinegar and when you take the first sip, your taken aback a little. After the initial shock of it not being what you expected, it just gets better and better and by the time you're at the bottom of the mug, you wish you had more. I just reordered multiple jars of all three varieties. They are all wonderful.
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