When you are nourished by Boulder Broth, it feeds our community, literally and figuratively. Yes, our little corner may be small, but ultimately many little decisions add up to big numbers. Each local ingredient is sourced from our neighbors and fellow guardians: farmers and growers who practice ethically and ecologically. By joining Boulder Broth in these values you are embracing a community lifestyle by
investing in the future and supporting passionate farmers and growers by insisting on knowing from where your food comes.
As Boulder Broth grows, we continue to build relationships and source from some of your favorite farms!
Aspen Moon Farm: www.aspenmoonfarm.com
63rd Street Farm: http://63rdstfarm.com
Dharma’s Garden: https://www.dharmasgarden.com
Hazel Dell Mushrooms: www.hazeldellmushrooms.com
My name is Kirstine and I don’t take shortcuts.
It starts in Autumn 2007 when I delivered my son, Canaan. While my pregnancy was amazing, the birth was not. I ended up hemorrhaging, and both of us came within inches of almost losing our lives. With so much blood loss, my dynamic team of doctors including my nutritionist and lactation consultant all agreed I should reap the benefits of high-quality bone broth which would provide the nutrients to heal my body and help me produce more breastmilk for my baby, despite extreme postpartum deficiencies.
I’ve been making bone broth and incorporating it into our lives regularly ever since, and it has nourished us through a multitude of life experiences. As a young mama making all of my son’s food, I cooked nearly everything in stock to add nutrition for my growing boy. Steamed veggies, rice, quinoa and poached eggs went into literally thousands of recipe runs until I was 100% certain I was ready to share my delicious broth with the world!