What's cooking: No grape salad, but new lists of Minnesota's fave foods always intrigue
JANUARY 27, 2016
We know the K-cups that make coffee in Keurig machines. Now, a company called LonoLife in San Diego is selling 10-cup packs of "chicken bone broth" and "beef bone broth" for $19.99, getting on the paleo foods bandwagon. The bone broth signifies the craze for prehistoric food that began about a year ago and was hailed as a remedy for joint pain, dry skin and upset stomachs. Experts say the evidence is anecdotal — but hey, single-serve!