The sun’s beating down, you need to cool off, why don’t you grab yourself an ice cold, super-refreshing ... meat popsicle.
Yes that’s right, a health food cafe in New York is selling a meat popsicle containing a third of a cup (around 80ml) of beef bone broth. Springbone Kitchen in Manhattan, a place for “artisan bone broth” and “wholesome fare” according to its website, will be selling the meat popsicles for $4. As well as beef broth, the popsicle also contains coconut, pomegranate, raspberry and maple.
The eatery’s founder Jonathan Feldman told the New York Post that the popsicle is “a little bit sweet” and that the taste of the broth is almost completely masked by other flavours. The idea is to provide a summer alternative to consuming the broth as a hot liquid.
Bone broth is one of the biggest health food trends of recent years, with many extolling its nutritional value – this is how to make it at home. We think these alcoholic popsicles look a little more fun, but would you be willing to try a meat popsicle?
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