This bone provides several excellent vitamins and minerals such as vitamin A, vitamin K2, omega-3s, omega-6s, iron, zinc, selenium, boron, and manganese. On top of that, it also contains collagen, glycogen, glucosamine, and conjugated linoleic acid which are linked to decrease inflammation, enhance skin health, and improve joint function!
Once the bone is cooked, they become soft and rich, melts easily, and tastes almost like butter. It has a sweet nutty flavor and a lighter more delicate texture. Try it today!