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First, let me say I've never made pho.

However there is already some good advice here with regards to stock:

What are you skimming with? I'd pour the liquid through some cheese cloth, that should at least help with appearance a bit.

First, let me say I've never made pho.

However there is already some good advice here with regards to stock:

What are you skimming with? I'd pour the liquid through some cheese cloth, that should at least help with appearance a bit.

First, let me say I've never made pho.

However there is already some good advice here with regards to stock:

What are you skimming with? I'd pour the liquid through some cheese cloth, that should at least help with appearance a bit.

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firstFirst, let me say I've never made pho.

howeverHowever there is already some good advice here with regards to stock.

See roasting bones here, I personally would also roast carrots, onion, celery with fresh herbs in with the bones.:

other stock advise here and here

whatWhat are you skimming with? I'd pour the liquid through some cheese cloth, that should at least help with appearance a bit.

first let me say I've never made pho.

however there is already some good advice with regards to stock.

See roasting bones here, I personally would also roast carrots, onion, celery with fresh herbs in with the bones.

other stock advise here and here

what are you skimming with? I'd pour the liquid through some cheese cloth, that should at least help with appearance a bit

First, let me say I've never made pho.

However there is already some good advice here with regards to stock:

What are you skimming with? I'd pour the liquid through some cheese cloth, that should at least help with appearance a bit.

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first let me say I've never made pho.

however there is already some good advice with regards to stock.

See roasting bones here, I personally would also roast carrots, onion, celery with fresh herbs in with the bones.

other stock advise here and here

what are you skimming with? I'd pour the liquid through some cheese cloth, that should at least help with appearance a bit