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Re: Where to buy bits for stock?

by Lora S » Sat Apr 16, 2016 5:22 pm

Luis,
Have you thought about Old Time Grocery in downtown Jeffersonville?

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Re: Where to buy bits for stock?

by Lois Mauk » Sat Apr 16, 2016 11:04 pm

That's a good suggestion, Lora. I'll give them a call. We used to shop there a lot. They had excellent meats and a "real" butcher who did custom cuts.

I picked up a few leg/thigh quarters today and dug a bag of scraps out of the freezer, a carcass from a deli rotesserie chicken that was in the freezer as well and now have my 22-qt roaster oven full to the brim. Added a bag of frozen celery and onion that I'd been saving with some ACV (apple cider vinegar). That will simmer for 24 or so hours. Then I'll strain it, chill it, defat it and process it in my pressure canner. Might even do a "Round Two" with the bones after I remove the first batch of bone broth.

I've got plenty of deer, beef and ham broth. Was getting frantic because I had zero chicken or turkey broth left.

Thanks, guys, for your help.
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