Bone Broth – It’s Not What You Think

Learn how to make the new drink taking over New York

Friday, July 10, 2015 | 7:25 pm

Whole Foods Market ArroyoA popular New York trend is making its way to LA and you can be a part of it. Bone Broth is a homemade stock created by New York based restaurant Hearth based in the Manhattan village and has taken New Yorkers by storm. It has become so popular that the restaurant has opened a window outside the restaurant which only serves Bone broth, like cups of black coffee in the morning. Customers can purchase three different flavors of broth with extras that include ginger juice and shiitake mushroom tea.

Fans of the drink have claimed that the rich broth contains bone-fortifying minerals and gut-restoring gelatin as well as claiming that the drink contains skin toning collagen. All this sounds great, but it is not a cheap health kick to take on.

Monica Ford, who founded Real Food Devotee the food company that brings real unprocessed food to your door, will host an evening educating guests on the new phenomenon. She will teach guests the process that goes into making Bone broth, allow you to taste what she has created and give everyone a recipe to take home so you can create it for yourselves at home for half the price.

Monica is no stranger to the benefits of good food. As well as founding Real Food Devotee, she is an Ancestral Cuisine educator and chef. Creating healthy meals for families and celebrities. She also teaches people across the globe how to make ancestral food in their home that heals from the inside out.

The Bone Broth Making Class will take place Thursday, July 16th at 6:00 p.m. at Whole Foods Market Arroyo Parkway. The workshop is free to attend but spaces are limited. Use the following link to book your place to avoid disappointment.

Whole Foods Arroyo is located at 465 S. Arroyo Pkwy., Pasadena. For more information, call (626) 204-2266 or visit


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