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Chicken feet and stock

nofunlatte | Sep 27, 201804:26 AM     7

Hi all! A work friend has started raising chickens and gave me some chicken feet for stock. Is there a certain ratio or number of feet to use (i.e. use one foot per x liter of stock)? I've never used them before, so I'm unsure how many to use.

ETA: the stock is not purely from chicken feet, but rather they have been added to my usual carcass, back, neck, etc. And I just wound up adding all of them--stock simmering away!

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