Bone broth has been a staple food going back to the ancestral cavemen. Highly touted by the likes of Tim Ferriss, Tony Robbins, and Dave Asprey, bone broth has had a strong appeal to the highly devoted tribes of Bulletproof, Paleo, & Slow-Carb dieters as well as Crossfit athletes
But bone broth was a pain to make at home – until now.
The Cave Kettle can make real bone broth with about one minute of prep time. And there’s no stirring, soaking or attention needed.
Two entrepreneurs from Atlanta area are funding their effort to bring the Cave Kettle to market with the launch of their Kickstarter campaign.
Georgia Tech grads Dan Murphy, a former U.S. Army officer with an MBA, and Charles Wang, an industrial engineering specialist, are behind the Cave Kettle.
“The Cave Kettle’s patent-pending technology extracts the minerals and proteins from bones in half the time, and its way easier to clean than other cookers,” said Murphy.
Broth is typically made by slowly brewing bones in hot water for a long period of time – this is not a sophisticated process. It has traditionally been made as the base for communal soups, requiring a large audience and a long time to brew. The Cave Kettle is designed to replicate this process, but for much smaller groups.
The guts of the Cave Kettle are stainless steel with a propeller shaft that gently stirs and then periodically rearranges the bones you add.
Cave Kettle turns bone broth into a sports drink, a muscle builder, a health drink, or, of course, a soup base.
It’s a revolutionary product that anyone concerned about their health will love.
The pair has launched a 30-day Kickstarter campaign with the goal of raising $24,000 to manufacture the initial order.
Cave Kettle website: cavekettle.com