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3 places to try broth - the new food trend

Slow-cooked bone broth is the latest health trend in the US. It is supposed to be warming and comforting and good for skin and aching joints. Here’s where you can try it.

Broth Bar, Portland

Broth Bar is Portland’s first dedicated bone broth café, run by two sisters with the intention of bringing wellness to their clients. The sisters only work with products from trusted regional farmers and ranchers to ensure good quality and nourishing broths. Clients can chose broths made of chicken, beef, lamb, turkey or bison.

Broth Bar

115 NE 6th Avenue, Portland

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Springbone, New York

The owners of Springbone believe that collagen-filled broths help get skin glowing, joints hydrated, nails stronger and guts happier. The broths on the menu at Springbone are made from organic vegetables, fruits and 100% free-range/grass-fed meats. Many of the broths have been spiced up a bit, such as the golden chicken and turmeric broth and the beef broth Bloody Bull, which is a twist of the classic drink Blood Mary.

Springbone

90 West 3rd Street, New York

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Brodo, New York

At Brodo, a tiny take-away joint on New York’s First Avenue, the broths are made by traditional, time-honored techniques, with bones slowly simmered in an open kettle to extract the maximum nutrients. Owner and chef-turned-food book-writer, Marco Canora, wants New Yorkers to start sipping broth from take away cups instead of getting coffee or tea. Broth, he says, is part of a healthier lifestyle.

Brodo, New York

200 1st Avenue, New York

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