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saxie | Oct 31, 201806:16 PM     30

Hello all. I got a bag of great bones from the amish farmer and cooked a great bone broth but it smelled up the apartment and everybody said don't do it again. so i'm wondering: is there any way to buy it commercially where i don't have to be as rich as qwyneth paltrow to afford? i plan to consume about a quart a week, it keeps my knees from aching. or at least i think it might, i'll know better after a six month regimen. but my main focus here is how to procure it without stinking up the house. i want grass fed, obviously, clean, organic or equivalent, and no silly additives, flavorings, sugars, etc. ideas?

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