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    Primal Blueprint - Slow Cooked Chicken Broth

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    Hey guys, this is the next stop on my primal blueprint recipe journey. However, as a complete newcomer to cooking for myself, i'm a bit clueless with this one. First and foremost i don't own a slow cooker.

    Can this recipe be done in a standard pot or can someone recommend an alternative, but equally simple primal chicken soup recipe. Thanks for all the help/suggestions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebinman View Post
    Hey guys, this is the next stop on my primal blueprint recipe journey. However, as a complete newcomer to cooking for myself, i'm a bit clueless with this one. First and foremost i don't own a slow cooker.

    Can this recipe be done in a standard pot or can someone recommend an alternative, but equally simple primal chicken soup recipe. Thanks for all the help/suggestions.
    no probs using a pot on the stove...low heat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Louisa655 View Post
    no probs using a pot on the stove...low heat.
    When i take the chicken out to take the meat off the bone, do I leave the veggies in the pot or do I take them out? Also when the soup is done, can i eat the veggies in the soup?

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    Also, one other question. It's been cooking for about 2 hours now, but alot of the broth has evaporated, so it's about 2 inches lower than when i started cooking. Should I add more water to the recipe?

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    I add more water. You can eat the veggies, but they will be pretty bland. I leave my veggies in until I'm ready to put my broth/stock into containers, then I strain the whole thing.
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