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ISO: Chicken Knee Cartilage?

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ISO: Chicken Knee Cartilage?

flying101 | Jan 28, 2012 12:21 PM

Does anyone know a butchers shop that would carry (most likely is large bulk bags) chicken knee cartilage. The piece of cartilage I am looking for is the articulation of the knee (between the thigh and drumstick).

I want to try and make Nankotsu Karaage. I know I can buy a bunch of chicken legs and de-bone them. But I think that would be more expensive.

I already checked at Famu and they said they do not carry it and will not special order it because they usually just sell the bones whole.

I also checked T&T (Thornhill) but they only sell stock bones (usually the spine), no knees.

Any suggestions/sightings before?

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