It’s not difficult to see why bone broth has become one of the most buzzed-about beverages. Steeped with nourishing collagen, minerals, and gelatin, the drink is believed to be particularly beneficial for treating autoimmune disorders and allergies—conditions that have been on the rise in the developed world. But, a big hurdle to regularly consuming bone broth is making it: Boiling bones to extract their nutritional benefits is a time-intensive process. If you’re looking for a shortcut, Epic has it. The company adheres to the traditional...
About This Brand
With a name like EPIC, you might think this meat company is tooting its own horn, but there are plenty of delicious reasons why the brand lives up to its name.
The History of EPIC
EPIC is no stranger to putting the company first. Many food companies strive for sustainability, but EPIC takes it a step further, building the concept of regenerating our planet through grassland restoration into the...
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Serving Size: 1 cup (237g)
Servings Per Container:About 2
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Posted by Tonya from SALISBURY, Maryland
This broth is made for sipping. Savory and heartwarming.
Posted by Brittni from New York, New York
Posted by Carol from COUNCIL GROVE, Kansas
I didn’t realize this had acv in it so was a little taken back when I first tasted it. I used it to cook my quinoa in and in some soup. Delicious. Gave it great depth.
Great for a cleanse
Posted by Stephanie from Sacramento, California
I drank only this and some other products suggested by my GI doctor for 2 weeks. It has a great amount of protein and was easily drinkable when it was warm.
Tasty and easy sipping
Posted by Amanda from DENVER, Colorado
substantial enough to fill you up, nice flavor too
Chicken bone broth
Posted by Kayla from ABERDEEN, South Dakota
Has a different more tangy/lemony flavor. Not my favorite broth. It's OK for sipping but I wouldn't cook with it.
Posted by Jennifer from MACEDONIA, Ohio
Live to make quinoa with this or just warm and sip