What if I don't like Kettle & Fire Bone Broth?

If you are considering buying your first pack of Kettle & Fire Bone Broth, this may be a question that you have asked or thought about.

For some people, drinking bone broth is an acquired taste. Many expect it to taste like soup. The association of soup and bone broth creates the expectation that when you drink it, it will taste like soup when it hits your mouth. Often, this expectation causes your taste buds to be disappointed. Your brain may need a little help in sidestepping this.

The secret to working bone broth into your diet is to train your brain that it’s not, in fact, soup. A good example to demonstrate this would be coffee. When many of us tried black coffee for the first time, we were shocked that people were able to drink the stuff. However, we knew what coffee could do for us, so we doctored it up with creamers and a ton of sugar. Similarly, you may need to add your favorite spices to your bone broth or check out our free sipping guide for more ideas. We also have some great recipes on our blog that will help you incorporate bone broth into your regular meals so that you can still get all the benefits of bone broth in your diet.

To learn more about what bone broth tastes like, check out our blog article The Secret to Developing a Taste for Bone Broth. Of course, we also now offer delicious Kettle & Fire Soup containing Kettle & Fire Chicken Bone Broth which is a great way to get bone broth into your diet as well.

If none of our tips on how to enjoy your bone broth work for you, we offer simple, hassle-free returns via our Returns Center. To learn more about our Return policy, click here.

And don’t forget, we are here for you! We have a vibrant community of Bone Broth Sippers on Facebook who regularly share their tips on how they make bone broth part of their daily lives. Also, the Kettle & Fire Happiness Team is always here to help. If you have any questions or need anything at all, just let us know!

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