I have just finished my first batch of bone broth, and have removed all of the bones I could find. I noticed that there are some smaller pieces, as well as "grit" from disintegrated bones, which seems to be from the handiwork of my vinegar leaching minerals from the bones.
I am wondering what people normally do when dealing with these very tiny gritty pieces, as well as pieces that could have been hard to miss that are still bones/larger grit. I went through with a strainer, but the issue is that the marrow is also strained so I have to pick through. Currently it is very hot, so I am waiting for it to cool down before I pick through it more.
My questions are
How do people get rid of the very tiny pieces of bone/tiny-grit from the bones.
Is there an issue with eating the grit and such? It seems that it would be disintegrated with more time, so there shouldn't be an issue. What about small bone pieces? It seems that with the long simmer the bones are a lot softer, so there wouldn't be splintering, but it's probably still a possibility.
Any help would be appreciated on how to deal with/ work with tiny-bones and grit, thank you!.