Osso Good Bone Broth

What do you think of the company?

Bone broth used to be so simple and cheap to make. There were butchers who readily gave away bones to people who wanted to use them to make broth or even give to pets (note: always check first because many bones, particularly chicken bones, are not safe for dogs!), but now that bone broth is such a trend with so many potential health benefits, it doesn't come as cheaply. The best way is really to just buy your meat bone-in and then make your own broth when with your bones when you de-bone if you want to save money.

But if you want to save time (and making broth does take time), there are several options available. I have enjoyed Kettle & Fire, but I don't get it often since it is pricier than most of the items on my shopping list. Recently I came across the company Osso Good (which I think is a cute name) and I was wondering what others thought of it. They carry both paleo soups as well as broths which come in pouches, and they really do look oh so good. That said, $10 for a 16-ounce bag of broth (one serving) is a bit steep for me. 

What do you think? Have you tried the broth or soup from this company? What do you spend on broth?

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