Our bone broth. Upgraded and now available.


Bone broth is an ancient elixir. It has been linked to curing infectious diseases, autoimmune disorders, digestive problems and many other chronic ailments.

Ours is made as per the recipe in the book photographed below. It is made with water, our GRASS FED BEEF BONES (grass fed beef is nutritionally and environmentally beneficial as opposed to confinement/grain fed beef), vegetables, NON IRRADIATED HERBS AND SPICES (ask the people in Fukushima how they feel about being radiated and then understand that most of the dried herbs and spices are nuked before being ingested by you), red wine vinegar and last but not least LOVE (preparing food in love as opposed to violence is discussed in this blog posting). No SALT is added.

nourishing broth

You can buy this book at our retail shop in our farm shed. Click here for more information about what we sell. It is published by the amazing folk behind the Weston A Price foundation which is the source of knowledge about ancestral diets. If your Banting or Paleo expert does not know who Weston A Price was then think very carefully about following their advice.

empty oil jacket cooker

We prepare the broth in this oil jacket cooker which is the most energy efficient way, gives us the necessary scale and finally control over the cooking process.

oil jacket filled pre bubble

After the long soak in water and vinegar we heat to just below boiling, add the rest of the ingredients and then let it simmer very very gently for 25 hours. In the photo above we have just added the vegetables and the yellow colouring is from turmeric.



Once it has cooled we bottle in 475ml containers (we hot fill above 75 Celsius) and then freeze. It is currently labelled as above thanks to our graphic design wizard Eddie Lomas who you can email here.


We only sell it frozen.


Once defrosted you will see how gelatinous it is. This is key as you will learn in the book referred to above. Drink it heated up or use as a base for stews, risottos etc. As we don’t add salt you might want to salt it or add some herbs or sauerkraut if you plan to drink it neat and not use it as a base for another dish.

bay tree

The bay tree above supplies the leaves that go into our broth. It grows in our BioDynamic home garden. We transplanted it from my parent’s farm in KZN when they capitulated to government. The farms are now part of 120,000 hectares of economically sterile land.

You are welcome to come and visit us on the farm anytime. We also have an outdoor (not free range) laying hen operation. Click here for more on our hens and their Eggmobiles.


7 August 2015 (updated 20 June 2022)

28 Responses

  1. What an excellent process and product to heal many. Id like to get you to speak to some media outlets on the healthy start this gives our bodies and how it makes our food so much better!

  2. Hi, I love your bone broth and have incorporated it into my daily diet. I was wondered how long it can be kept in the fridge once it has been defrosted. Thanks

  3. Well, I am delighted to have been referred to your page. Where is your farm? Is there a way I can receive emails from you regrading whats new and happening?

  4. Ive just discovered your bone broth and had some
    I was a bit worried about having it as apparently the longer cooked broth can trigger a histamine reaction. Im prone to histamine reaction s. I obviously want to keep taking this medicine food as i have been suffering from years of leaky gut and developed hoshimoto s and have thyroid problem as well as adrenal insufficiency. Im at last discovering via the internet how to cure leaky gut. Im following dr axe. And was delighted to find your bone broth in my local kenridge deli
    Thank you for putting together healing foods for the people id this planet

  5. Hi Angus
    I’m in Betty’s Bay Western Cape. 2502 Edwards Ave. Please let me know how to order.
    Many thanks

  6. Good day. My wife is suffering from Acute myeloid leukemia. Her platelet count is 12. How do I order your bone broth?
    Riaan Moore

  7. Just bought your broth from Jackson in bryanston @zar 1.22 a litre. 3 of my family members including myself have leaky gut. Can I order direct or do I have to go to Bryanston? Really pleased to have found the broth.Thank you so much for sharing this magic broth with us. Dior.

  8. I would like to buy your bone broth. I suffer from RA and aleaky gut. Do you deliver in Strand?

    How much do you sell the chickens and eggs?

    Kind regards

  9. Hi can I order for you to deliver to Umhlanga Rocks Kwazulu Natal your beef Bone Broth as I have just recently had major stomach surgery.Possibly 2 to.3 litres.

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