Bone broth can now be sipped in New York’s East Village. Brodo, located at 403 East 12th Street, window on First Avenue, is New York’s first ever take-out window that’s focus is shippable broth. The chef Marco Canora, has already been selling these broths at Hearth.
It is a great concept in time for the winter. These broths are made by boiling animal bones, vegetables and an array of herbs to create bone marrow-filled stock. Increasingly, nutritionists, beauty gurus and health coaches are pushing bone broth. It can be a great gut health booster, inflammation attacker and more, all while providing lots of nutrients such as amino acids, calcium, collage and potassium.
Indeed, as the South American proverb claims: “A good broth can revive the dead.”