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Venison Bone Broth #8171081 02/15/21 06:56 PM
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Re: Venison Bone Broth [Re: coachwhite34] #8171213 02/15/21 09:02 PM
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I like a broth and that looks awesome! Whatcha using it in?

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Originally Posted by greenen
I like a broth and that looks awesome! Whatcha using it in?



Just about anything.

Re: Venison Bone Broth [Re: coachwhite34] #8171231 02/15/21 09:13 PM
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Didn't take a pic of it but took this years deer and used the legs and mostly boned out shoulders along with the shanks and made broth in the oven in a covered pan with onion, peppers and garlic. We have since used the meat and broth in Stew, pot pie and chili. Works great for under utilized pieces of tough meat. and bones.


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Re: Venison Bone Broth [Re: coachwhite34] #8171258 02/15/21 09:42 PM
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Beats the snot out of those little bitty bullion cubes.


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Re: Venison Bone Broth [Re: coachwhite34] #8174760 02/18/21 03:58 PM
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Break the bones up with a hammer to get at the marrow too. Roast them in an oven for 30-60 mins with onion, carrots and celery, then put in a with enough water for 6-12 hours and slow simmer. Cool and strain when done, remove the fats. Turns into a great broth!

Re: Venison Bone Broth [Re: coachwhite34] #8175619 02/19/21 12:15 AM
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Not a fan when I have tried it. How did you like it?


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Re: Venison Bone Broth [Re: coachwhite34] #8175720 02/19/21 01:23 AM
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Yep, not high on my list. I have tried many times, and just can't get the taste I think I'm looking for. I have found that these are so much better than the cubes, I switched and never looked back. I still cook ham hocks, whole turkey carcasses, or prime rib bones too for my meals, but don't try to make my own broth anymore!!

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