The Oliver Weston Company

Fundamental foods for health and healing

Turkey bone broth

from 8.00
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Turkey bone broth

from 8.00

A clear broth made with pastured turkey backs, pastured chicken legs and feet, Mountain Valley Spring Water, organic vegetables and fresh herbs (onion, carrot, celery, thyme, bay leaves), organic raw apple cider vinegar, and Himalayan pink salt.

Our turkey broth is simmered for eight hours in stainless steel stock pots. Please note that broth ordered in plastic will come frozen and broth in glass will be fresh (liquid). We offer 20-oz jars (2.50 glass deposit) that are freezer-friendly; please do not freeze in our glass quarts. Once thawed, turkey broth has a shelf life of seven days.

Unlike our other broths, this broth is unsalted so you can add it to hot drippings to make a reduction gravy. One quart combined with pan drippings, boiled until thickened, and then whisked with sour cream will make a modest amount of gravy for a family of four (two adults and two small children). If you are dairy-free you will need an extra pint of broth to make this amount. We also recommend using arrowroot powder to make gravy; gravy thickened with arrowroot may not be reheated which is why we cannot offer this item.

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A clear broth made with pastured turkey backs, pastured chicken legs and feet, Mountain Valley Spring Water, organic vegetables and fresh herbs (onion, carrot, celery, thyme, bay leaves), organic raw apple cider vinegar, and Himalayan pink salt.

Our turkey broth is simmered for eight hours in stainless steel stock pots. Please note that broth ordered in plastic will come frozen and broth in glass will be fresh (liquid). We offer 20-oz jars (2.50 glass deposit) that are freezer-friendly; please do not freeze in our glass quarts. Once thawed, turkey broth has a shelf life of seven days.

Unlike our other broths, this broth is unsalted so you can add it to hot drippings to make a reduction gravy. One quart combined with pan drippings, boiled until thickened, and then whisked with sour cream will make a modest amount of gravy for a family of four (two adults and two small children). If you are dairy-free you will need an extra pint of broth to make this amount. We also recommend using arrowroot powder to make gravy; gravy thickened with arrowroot may not be reheated which is why we cannot offer this item.