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Marrow left in bones after stock making?

lisaleira | Feb 15, 201704:40 PM     4

Hi chow puppies!

I have been sick and recommended to eat marrow. I have never done that so I made beef stock from big marrow bones. Nuked at high pressure in instapot for 90 min. Very rich broth!

But I see some stuff left in the bones. Maybe marrow? Is it still nutritious ? I actually have been sick w something that messes up your blood and immune system so your body has to make a lot more platelets and immune cells- so I want to somehow get all the marrow. I just had never actually eaten marrow straight. Maybe I should have and will next time.

But for now - is there something I can do with the stuff in the bones? Try scoop it out ? Purée it and hide it in something? or nuke the bones another time at high pressure? Tbh it looks pretty icky :)

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