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Stock from these bones - Roast or not?

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by lisaleira 5 years ago

Hi chow hound ies, So I am now exploring actually making stock. I got these bones from an overpriced service that said they were good for stock. But I don't actually know what kind of bones they a...

Beef bones for stock: where to get in CT?

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by pain au chocolat 6 years ago

I want to make a kick-arse beef stock as a base for various dishes including - but not limited to- some rich french onion soup. Any ideas on where best to source some good bones for marrow ? does a...

Hey all do I really need 6 lbs. of bones to make stock? I usually use between 1 -2 lbs.!

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by certifiedhumane 9 years ago

Hey guys good morning/evening well I am a huge proponent of making and consuming stocks, I believe the nutritional benefits they give us are unmatched by anything else! I always made my stocks ...

Savenor's Beef Stock

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by bear 6 years ago

I stopped by Savenor's on Kirkland St. to pick up some ground beef for dinner, and noticed that they had their house-made stock in the refrigerator case to the right of the register. The beef stock...

Beef Bones

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by jounipesonen 6 years ago

What's the story with cooking bones (beef, chicken, whatever) for broth - roast the bones, then boil the dickens out of them. BUT - are the bones ever supposed to disappear? If not - how to get ...

Do you always cool/skim your stock?

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by Sigurd 6 years ago

I'm contemplating the regular creation of chicken and beef stock. I like using a pressure cooker. I could conceivably strain the hot stock and then transfer it directly into a hot jar. How could I ...

Salt in stock: yes or no?

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by chortle 16 years ago

I regularly make stocks and broths and I have always made them without salt. I always belived I could just add it later in whatever amout was appropriate for where it was being used. Especially s...

Is "bone broth" the new marketing term for stock?

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by HillsofBeverly 6 years ago

One of my 2015 kitchen resolutions is learning to make better chicken and beef stock for many purposes - soup, pho in particular, or as an ingredient. I can make decent chicken stock about half of ...

For soup - can you substitute beef broth for chicken?

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by dtud 14 years ago

I want to make soup tonight - but only have beef broth and not chicken. Can I substitute w/o it being a big deal? The soup will be potato-leek-sausage.

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