Broth, stock, bone broth – the proverbial waters of culinary cooking liquids can be murky, indeed. Consider this a primer: stock is generally defined as the unseasoned liquid extracted from fish, meat, poultry or vegetables by slow cooking with water. When boiled down, stock forms the base of a rich sauce or glaze. Broth is a cooking liquid that is also extracted from fish, meat, poultry or vegetables; however, it is generally seasoned with herbs, salt, and pepper so that it can be eaten on its own or used as the base of a soup.
This Holiday season Trader Joe’s has introduced a new Trader Joe’s Organic Turkey Bone Broth that is a hybrid of sorts – it combines the robust mouthfeel of a stock with the seasoned finish of broth. It starts with organic turkey meat and bones that are simmered for 16-20 hours. Unlike other bone broths available in the market, this broth is also flavored with organic onions, carrot, celery, parsley, apple cider vinegar, to coax additional flavor out of the broth base.
Finally, a gentle filtration and a touch of salt & pepper are added, leaving you with savory Organic Turkey Bone Broth that is ready to add to stuffing and gravy or to elevate Thanksgiving leftovers as the base of Turkey Pot Pie Soup.
Trader Joe’s is selling each 17 fl. oz. container of full-flavored, slow-cooked Organic Turkey Bone Broth for $3.99.