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Attention: You can now make bone broth in your Keurig


bone_broth2Brewing up your daily cup of bone broth is now as easy as, well, brewing up your daily cup of coffee. Yes, the bone broth craze is heading to a whole new level—thanks to a company selling cups you can heat up in a Keurig machine.

bone_broth_lono_lifeLonoLife’s broth-filled K-cups currently come in two bone varieties (beef and chicken), plus less traditional flavors including chicken, mushroom, and “a cornucopia of fresh vegetables,” the company told Food Business News.

For those who have fallen hard for the reputed health benefits of bone broth—and for those of us who are super busy (who isn’t?)—the convenience of instant bone broth is a game-changer. (Though bone broth’s cool factor does take a hit as it enters its Cup-a-Soup phase.)

And thankfully, the environmental issues that other K-cups have created aren’t an issue here: The bone broth pods (selling for $2 each online) are are 100 percent recyclable. Cheers to that! —Alison Feller

And if you’re in New York City, don’t miss the bone broth that tastes like hot chocolate.

(Photo: Instagram/kristygiang)