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If you're into health food, you may have heard of bone broth. It's been gaining popularity in recent years thanks to all the potential benefits it offers. So, what exactly is it?

Phở – pronounced 'fuh', not 'faux' – is Vietnam's national dish. While essentially a noodle soup, that definition seriously undersells it.

For us, phở is a miracle of nourishment and balance. A complete meal in a bowl, it consists of a rich, slow-cooked broth, silky rice noodles, meat (or other protein) and various garnishes.

The key to a great pho is in the broth, and to really do it properly you want to let it simmer long and slow.

But sometimes there just isn't time! One option is to buy one of our finish at home kits, which are the speediest Pho in a Mo (ready in 10 minutes) or you can make this great speedy pho at home.

If you google this question you get a whole raft of answers (of course) which do not really give a defined answer. Some say that stock is made from bones and broth is made from meat, others say broth contains vegetables but stock doesn't.