Fish bone broth
Our fish bone broth from organic salmon from Ireland is cooked for 20 hours and thus contains plenty of nutrients and minerals. Star anise, fennel and celery give our fish broth its delicate flavor.
The wild water salmon grows up in flowing water on a sustainable fish farm in Ireland. Because of the good husbandry and the high water quality, the aquaculture of the fish farm is one of the best in the world.
Facts fish bone broth:
Our organic fish bone broth is ready to eat. The broth tastes best, when slightly heated up.
How do I use fish bone broth?
Nutrition information per 100g
|thereof Saturated Fat
|Salmon carcasses* (19%)|
* from controlled organic cultivation
How do I use the fish bone broth?
You can drink the fish bone broth pure to supply minerals and nutrients such as iodine or use it as a base for delicious soups and fish sauces.
Where do the ingredients for the fish bone broth come from?
Our fish bone broth is made from organic salmon carcasses. We source these from a sustainable salmon farm in Ireland. The vegetables come from organic farmers in the region around our production in Bavaria.
Why do you not use wild salmon?
Since wild salmon is threatened with extinction, we have clearly decided against using wild salmon in our fish bone broth. With organic salmon from aquaculture, we can also ensure that the salmon is free of unhealthy residues and no chemicals are used.
How many jars will I receive?
This product is a package of 6 jars (350 ml each) of homemade organic fish bone broth.
Why is the fish broth cooked for 20 hours?
By boiling at low temperature for 20 hours, the valuable minerals and nutrients are dissolved from the fish carcasses and pass into the broth. The fish broth therefore not only saves a lot of time in cooking, but also provides the body with nutrients and energy.
Is the fish broth free of histamine?
Yes, the fish broth was tested in the laboratory and no histamine could be detected.
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