Nit Noi FAQ
Where can I find Nit Not outside of the Westport Farmer’s Market or South Norwalk?
We’re available at Double L Market in Westport, Mike’s Organic in Stamford, the Village Market in Wilton, Walter Stewart in New Canaan, and Sport Hill Farm Stand in Easton (seasonally).
How long can I store Nit Not Broth?
5 Days in the fridge, one week max. Please use your best judgment after a week. Up to one year in the freezer, but we recommend using it within 6 months.
How should I use it?
Drink it in your favorite vessel (mug, bowl, Yeti), season with earthy spices and supplements, and use it for soups, rice, stews, or stir fry liquid. Please visit our website for recipes and inspiration.
Why do you freeze it?
We don’t use any preservatives, concentrates or whatever else is present in commercial broths. We freeze for more functional transport, freshest flavor, and nutrient density.
How do I thaw it?
The best way to thaw frozen Nit Not is to let it defrost in the refrigerator overnight. For faster defrosting, run the container under cool tap water to loosen the broth block and bring it to a simmer in a pan on the stovetop.
Can I refreeze it?
Absolutely, we love freezing it in ice cube trays for easy access during future food prep.
Where do your bones come from?
Pastured animals, free of hormones, antibiotics, and GMOs.
Does your broth contain gluten? Sugar? Dairy? Soy?
No, no, no, and no.
How do I get into the Nit Noi in South Norwalk?
95 Water Street, same building as SoNo Bakery. Please park in either municipal lot and enter through the loading dock, follow the elephant signs to the kitchen.
Do you deliver?
We offer delivery to Norwalk, Westport, Darien, New Canaan, Stamford, and Greenwich. If unavailable to accept our delivery, please pre-order and leave a cooler or cooler bag at your door for Calvin.
What does Nit Noi mean?
Nit Noi means “a little bit” in Thai. `
How can I stay in touch?
We send a weekly email and pre-order form via email, and/or Instagram/Facebook.