Our 4 favorite seasonings

Groceries

  • 200 ml of your favourite brothel
  • fresh ginger
  • fresh turmeric
  • roasted garlic
  • fresh chili
  • lime
  • lemon
  • parsley
  • coriander

Benefits

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A slap of zest

Bring the bone broth to a near boil and reduce to a simmer. Add 1/3 teaspoon of fresh grated ginger and turmeric and simmer for 2 minutes. Pour, blow, sip, enjoy.

Sweet 'n hot

Bring the bone broth to a near boil and reduce to a simmer. Add a teaspoon of smashed roasted garlic and some fine chopped chili (as hot as you can handle) and simmer for 2 minutes. Pour, smell, slurp.

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A pinch of Thai

Bring the bone broth to a near boil and reduce to a simmer to heat through. Pour into a cup and add some chopped coriander and a royal squeeze of fresh lime juice.

A fresh start

Bring the bone broth to a near boil and reduce to a simmer to heat through. Pour into a cup and add some finely chopped parsley and a generous squeeze of fresh lemon juice.

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Ginger Miso Brothel

Groceries

serves 2

  • 500 ml  beef brothel
  • 1 teaspoon grated fresh ginger
  • 2 teaspoons miso paste
  • a squeeze of lemon juice
  • a pinch of sea salt (depending on the saltiness of your miso)
  • 2 eggs (optional)
  • chili flakes (optional)
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Step 1

1. Prepare your ingredients and grate the ginger.

Step 2

2. Bring the bone broth to a near boil and reduce to a simmer for a few minutes to heat through, then turn off the heat.Squeeze the ginger over the pan to extract all of the juice, then add the miso and crack in the egg, if using.

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Step 3

3. Use a whisk to blend it until smooth and creamy. Pour the soup into a mug or bowl and stir in the sea salt and lemon juice to taste.


Brothel Breakfast

Groceries

  • 1 cup Beef or Chicken Brothel
  • ½ cup hot water
    add-ins
  • 1 teaspoon chickpea miso
  • ⅛ teaspoon fresh grated ginger
  • scant ⅛ teaspoon turmeric
  • pinch of black pepper
  • lemon wedges
  • thinly sliced scallions
  • cilantro leaves
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Step 1

1.Prepare all of your add-ins and then heat up 250 ml of your favourite fresh Brothel till hot and let simmer. Do not boil to keep all nutrients in tact.

Step 2

In a small bowl, whisk together the miso, ginger, turmeric, and black pepper. Slowly add in the warm broth and hot water and whisk until fully diluted. Finish with a squeeze of lemon and add scallions and cilantro if desired.

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Balances hormones and boosts fertility

Nutrients | amino acids (arginine) 

All-natural bone broth is full of the key building blocks of fertility, including good fats, proteins, vitamins and minerals that are available to the body in an easily digestible form. This helps balance your hormones, heal infertility issues and boost general fertility.

Bone broth helps keep our gut microbiome healthy, assists the immune system in fighting pathogens, fights unhealthy levels of inflammation and boosts our response to stressors. These are critical functions for general good health, but particularly for fertility health.


Boosts metabolism

Nutrients | amino acids (glutamine, glucosamine)

Because it’s high in protein and low in carbohydrates and saturated fats, bone broth fits in great with many weight loss plans, such as a ketogenic or paleo diet or the use of intermittent fasting. Bone broth is also rich in amino acids that aren’t easily found in other foods, such as glutamine, which has a big impact on your immune system, liver function, and metabolism. To fuel your daily activity, the body relies on glucose, a blood sugar produced when you eat carbohydrates. When you’re eating a diet lower in carbs to lose weight, your body has less glucose available — this is how a low-carb diet helps you burn fat. Here’s where glutamine is vital | Glucose is still important in keeping energy levels high and supporting recovery functions, and instead of finding it from the digestion of starchy foods, the body can make it from glutamine. As you eat less naturally occurring glucose, your body turns to glutamine as a source, and that conversion of glutamine to glucose helps stimulate your metabolism.


Controls blood sugar levels

Nutrients | amino acids: glycine, arginine

blood sugar levels rise when the cells in your body are unable to absorb the glucose it needs for energy. This is usually caused by inflammation.

Broth helps to improve digestion and reduce inflammation of the gut.


It helps you sleep

Nutrients | glycine

Having trouble catching quality ZZZs? Find your solution by whipping up this simmering bone soup. The amino acids in this nutrient-dense broth act as a weapon against disrupted sleep and insomnia. The gelatin in bone broth releases an amino acid called glycine, a compound which affects the neurotransmitters in the brain and induces melatonin production. Regular bone broth consumption will act as a natural sleep enhancer, so you can finally hit the pillow with no interruptions!


Enhances energy levels

Nutrients | glycine, glutamine

Ditch the coffee, people! A cup of bone broth will rev up your system just as much as your typical morning joe, without the unwanted side effects! The superfood’s combination of nutrients, electrolytes, and minerals have incredible hydrating powers that keep fatigue and sluggishness at bay.

Both of the amino acids, glycine and glutamine,  help with consistent energy metabolism, providing a truly sustained source of energy.


improves your mood

Nutrients | osteocalcin, calcium, magnesium

Feeling on edge and anxious? Reduce stress and anxiety by curling up to a soothing bowl of bone broth! The osteocalcin in the broth has a direct impact on your mood and anxiety levels, helping to boost the mood and ward off anxiety. In addition, the presence of minerals like Calcium and Magnesium relax the muscles, ultimately calming the body and mind as a whole.


Detoxifies your liver

Nutrients | glutamine, cysteine, and glycine

By consuming bone broth, you’re giving your body more glutathione (an antioxidant that consists of glutamine, cysteine, and glycine), which supports the liver in eliminating toxic substances.

This includes toxins from alcohol and drugs, as well as environmental toxins in the air and water.