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Making your own stock and broth #8101473 12/24/20 02:26 AM
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How many of you guys do it? Seems im always making a batch. My wife and I drink it like coffee in the morning. We never through away a bone


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I used to do it regularly. My xwifes brother was a fanatic and had lots of really good stocks in the freezer.

They would cook it down into a concentrate then once cooled poured into ice cube trays and frozen.


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Re: Making your own stock and broth [Re: Brad Hardt] #8101687 12/24/20 05:24 AM
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I do it with chicken bones and leftover vegetable scraps. Roasted in the oven for color and then simmered all day.

I've never tried it with deer bones or anything. I think the dogs would be upset.

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I do it with the turkey bones from my deboned turkey then bore you to death with the meat from the bones.


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