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    I made some bone broth and it's pretty good. I'm wondering what I can use it for rather than just drinking it.

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    Soup base... most fancy restaurants make their own fstaring with bone broth.
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    Anything in cooking with beef that calls for beef broth or water, use your bone broth.
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    Poached eggs.
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    I often reduce it by almost half, then freeze in ice cube trays, storing in a ziplok bag in the freezer. Anything you're cooking that could use a bit of extra liquid, toss in a cube or three, with added flavor. Great with ground beef/veg mixtures.

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    I cooked some pot roast with beef broth comprising most of the liquid recently. It also makes great chili and soups as mentioned above.

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    Pho! Mmm...loads of sliced beef, veggies, who needs noodles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by naiadknight View Post
    Anything in cooking with beef that calls for beef broth or water, use your bone broth.
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    Making taco meat? Add in some bone broth along with your spices.

    Make a quick au jus-like sauce by reducing bone broth with coconut aminos, salt, garlic, onion powder (optional), and pepper. Reduce until the flavor is as strong as you like.

    Make a quick gravy by reducing bone broth with heavy cream or wine and seasonings. May need a thickener like arrowroot powder or egg yolks to get the desired consistency.

    Add leftover meat and veggies for a quick soup.

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    I've even reduced it down with lots of garlic till it was very strong and drizzled it over a salad for a meaty flavored "dressing".
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    yeah,i like eat, Anything in cooking with beef that calls for beef broth or water, use your bone broth.thanks for your sharing

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    HELP! Ok, I'm new here and can't figure out how to start a new thread. I will be getting a call today from the processor on how I want my beef cut. What bones should I ask for to make bone broth? What size packages? Is there any particular way I should request that they be handled or processed?

    I am very lucky in that I am getting a whole, mostly grass-fed beef from my landlord to share with my sons. It was butchered last Saturday and is being dry-aged. The plant will be calling today for cutting and packaging instructions and the only bones I've ever gotten before are soup-bones (ox-tail). Anyone with help or advice would be appreciated.

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