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    I made it last night. It was very mushroomy. And oily.


    How do you fix it so that it's yummy? I can see potential here, but I failed last night. Any tips? I used s&P and garlic.

    Thanks!
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  • #2
    I eat it plain, just got done eating it. Pulled out of freezer, put on plate, placed in oven @ 350 degrees for 20 minutes.

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    • #3
      Salt and pepper work for me. Garlic sounds like a nice addition.

      In pre-primal days, I would spread the marrow on a slice of bread, add salt and pepper, and chow down. Some sort of primal bread substitute might work; I need to look into that.
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      • #4
        I eat it in beef stew. I don't really like it yet plain, but it adds a nice richness to the beef stew.
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        • #5
          I think it makes a big difference how old the cow is; as it ages, the marrow turns to fat. I had beef marrow bones once, and while I do like beef fat, I find I really don't like eating nothing but spoonfuls of the stuff for a meal. Maybe look for veal bones, or lamb bones?

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          • #6
            I was craving it and ended up eating 2 bones worth of melted, fatty marrow - I totally O.D.'d and now I can't even eat pemmican. I've gotta take a break from beef fat for awhile. *oops*

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            • #7
              Grab a ham shank. Throw it in oven as directed. Remove meat. Suck out delicious pudding-like marrow from leftover bones.
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              • #8
                I like broiling marrow up with salt and pepper. Then when serving I'll serve it with roast garlic and dijon mustard. As well as a shot of aquavit.
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                • #9
                  i experienced the same thing the first few times i made marrow. i found a few good recipes. i posted a link to my favorite!

                  Roasted Marrow Bones with Caramelized Peaches & Dates!!!! yum.

                  Episode 214 - Roasted Marrow Bones with Caramelized Peaches Dates - Healthy Living - YouTube

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