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Well, if you don't want to spend a fortune on a Commercial Butcher Shop Band Saw, your best bet is a bone saw. Image from Philly.com Here's one on Amazon. Here's a less expensive one from Cabela's. Here's a fairly reasonably priced Band Saw with Grinder. If I was going to do a lot of butchery, I'd consider that.
What ever it is, sounds like sinew or other hard tissue, it's done it's purpose now the flavour, sugars, geletine etc is now in your broth and you should probably discard them. I don't imagine they will taste of anything now and the texture is likely to be vile. By all means taste a bit to see what I mean. It won't make you ill though you may possibly ...
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