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I saved the gelatinous material from roasting a turkey. Is it appropriate to use this when making turkey soup?

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Yes it is appropriate, and should be used within five days for freshness.

The gelatinous material from roasting the turkey is often used to make homemade bone broth soup.

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Yep, assuming that it has been properly refrigerated, it should make fine soup.

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