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Beef Bones left in water [duplicate]

I mistakenly left beef bones, neck bones w/ some meat on them, and a few chicken feet, in water and 1/4 cup vinegar in crock pot for 8 hours, room temp but not too warm, 68•, before turning crock pot ...
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how do I remove partially-disintegrated sediment/tiny-bones from stock?

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 ...
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Quantities of salt and MSG for a chicken stock substitute

I am making a stew, so all I am after in the stock substitute is some saltiness and umami. What would be the correct ratio of water, salt and MSG for this purpose? I can just attempt to make this by ...
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Does using wild rice in soup suck up all the broth if it is held after cooking?

This is my experience with rice and pasta. I was wondering if wild rice is less ‘needy’ in this regard and would soak up less broth.
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Flavorful beef broth without bones?

is it possible to make flavorful beef broth as a base for Pho/Soup etc without bones? I'm not minding the body/gelatinous or not, just the flavor. on our market here the butchers sell meat scrap ...
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Chicken Stock - Absorbed all water?

I atempted to make a chicken stock that I can keep in my fridge for a few days. After roasting a couple chicken breasts, carrot, onion, garlic, mushroom stems for 45 minutes I put all of that in a pan,...
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Chicken and Dumplings soaked up all the broth

My dumplings soaked up all of the broth. What can I add to my chicken and dumplings without ruining the flavor?
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Why add Vodka to Stock?

The recipe for brown veal stock in Modernist Cuisine (Volume 2, page 300) lists Vodka as an ingredient. Why? I have never seen Vodka as an ingredient before for stock, in no professional cooking ...
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Can I add “stars” pasta or very small soup shells pasta to boxed chicken broth & make in the microwave?

I have boxed chicken broth I want to quickly make in the microwave and I want to add either tiny stars pasta, or "small soup shells" pasta. Both pastas are tiny, about 1/4 inch width & height. I ...
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What is the difference in taste between stock and broth? [duplicate]

I am under the impression that stock should not really taste like anything. It should smell nice and have a flavorful aroma, but the taste should be very neutral. The idea is that when you add stock ...
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How to use meat from bones when making stock

The scenario is that I am starting with very meaty chicken bones/carcass. I want to get the most out of my bones. I know that stock does not usually need very meaty bones, but doesn't suffer from it ...
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When broths and stocks can't be used interchangeably?

I have seen that sometimes stocks and broths can be used interchangeably in a recipe. I wonder - when can they NOT be used interchangeably?
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Dehydrated Fish Bone Broth

I'm trying to determine conversion for US. - dry teaspoons to ounces and grams, namely 1 tsp, 1-1/2 tsp, and 2 tsp. Every conversion table I've seen shows different values. The one I often found was: ...
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Can I use chicken brine as a base to make a broth?

I just brined 2 chickens which I am about to roast. Once the roast dinner is over, I anticipate there will be some chicken and carcass left-overs which I will boil in a pot of water to make a broth, ...
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Ramen Broth Varieties

I'm trying to gain some variety to my ramen by producing different types of broth. Mostly veggie based, however I'm open to other ideas. I have one type of ramen broth that we like but so far every ...
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Bone broth question

Is it ok to partially cool chicken broth (prior to refrigerating ) with bones left in? I left my chicken broth on a low simmer overnight, the next morning my husband turned the stock off to cool… He ...
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Uses for meat that has been in the freezer for 2 years?

I have some old chicken breasts, thighs, and a steak vacuum sealed in my freezer. I think it is between 1.5 and 3 years old. I'm assuming it won't have a good texture if I cook it and eat it normally....
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Using Pressure Cooker to Make Bone Broth

I have always read that when making bone broth you should keep the heat to around 180F and do not let it get to an aggressive boil because it will emulsify the fat into the broth and also because you ...
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Fish bone broth separating after long long boil

Right then.. just had my first go at making fish bone broth. Boiled/simmered bones, heads, skins for 8-9 hours, strained and then next day simmered the strained liquid for a couple of hours. When I ...
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Broth or stock?

I’m in the finishing stage of making my tonkatsu soup base for ramen, and I’m very pleased with the results! But I’m wondering, is it a stock, or a broth? Stocks are made with bones, and broths are ...
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Why is my beef broth the wrong color?

Beef soup bones were on sale today, so I thought I’d make a broth )(stock?). I roasted the bones for a couple of hours, then added them to the pot along with some onion, celery, and mushroom stems. As ...
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How much beef broth can I make with 800g (1.75 pounds) of bone marrow bones? [duplicate]

I got 800 grams of raw bone marrow bones from grocery store. There are 5 bones, cut in about 2 inch lengths. How much beef broth can I make with these bones? Presumably I can't make 15 litres of broth ...
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Nutritional value of brown particles settled at the bottom of chicken bone broth

If you get rid of the brown particles in the chicken bone broth, are you getting rid of a nutritious part? If so, how much of the broth's nutrition is in them?
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Is there an upper time limit when simmering stock?

I'm making veal stock that's later going to be reduced to a glace viande. In the past, I was always close enough to observe the process and strain the stock when done. I also realize that an hour or ...
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Turkey broth cooking in a crockpot for two days

I've left turkey broth cooking on low in a crockpot for two days. Is it still safe to use for soup. Or should I just throw it out?
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Is the scum skimming really necessary in pho broth?

In nearly every pho recipe that makes claims on "authenticity" there are some steps in bone treatment (some recipes go even further with salt rubs and long cold water soaks etc) Cover bones in water ...
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Flour for sauce: In the broth or in the oil?

I am an amateur cook. While I have been making a couple different sauce recipes, I have been using flour to thicken it. To deal with lumping, I have been try several methods. One successful one has ...
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Squeezing as much liquid as possible out of a stock: a practical approach?

When making stock at home (i.e. with a combination of chicken parts and vegetables), I am often at a loss for how to get the last bits of liquid out of the stock. I often use a mesh strainer, but this ...
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Turkey vs Chicken broth

I've tried to research this but can't find much on it. Most explanations don't really address what I am seeing in my soup pot each time I boil up a used bird. These are already cooked birds and are ...
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bone broth..chicken carcass, lamb bones with some meat left out for 3 hours from pressure cooking [duplicate]

I left my bone broth out after pressure cooking for 3 hours. It was warm when I got home and consisted of a chicken carcass, lamb bones with a bit of meat and the second boiling of marrow beef bones ...
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Is there a difference between chicken broth made with breast vs. leg meat and why?

Subjectively, I have often heard people's opinion that there's a marked difference between a broth made with chicken breast meat vs. one made with chicken leg meat (assuming all other things in the ...
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Will collagen, gelatine and mineral nutrients be lost when fat is removed from broth?

For nutritional reasons, i am making a large amount of chicken & bone broth. I use a whole chicken, and simmer it in a large pot for about 24 hours. Currently however, i do not wish to ingest as ...
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Reducing stock and then adding water

In the past I would simmer stock without a lid on, and the results were generally good. Strong flavor and good gelling after refrigeration. The only problem is that this resulted in very little stock ...
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my chicken broth did not separate with layers

I put frozen organic chicken bones that I have saved over the past year in a 6 quart crock pot, some bay leaves, pepper corns some celery, garlic and cooked everything on low for 24 hours.I let it ...
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How do you keep dehydrated broth (powder) from clumping?

I have some dehydrated store-bought broth mix (chicken and vegetable) that has clumped into a large solid block. I haven't been able to find any information on the Internet about how to fix this. I ...
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Black greasy residue from stainless steel pot on lid only after simmering turkey stock for 18 hours. Question is the stock safe to eat ?

Is the 18 hour simmered stock safe to eat? I don't want to poison myself . I cleaned the stock pot and lid before use and when I opened the lid it was this black film like grease. I was able to use ...
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Will eggwhites clear my lobster broth

I'm planning to do a lobster broth for New-Years. Lobster shells, browned in oven Shallots, parsley root, carrots and other suitable veg Seasoning, tomato paste, I think I have a reasonable slurp of ...
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Can I use short rib bones alone to make beef stock?

I have almost 2 pounds of uncooked short rib bones (I cut them off short ribs then froze them). There is very little meat, if any, on the bones. Am I able to make beef stock using just these bones? ...
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To salt or not salt broth for use in recipes?

Many recipes call broth, but broth recipes often omit salt and pepper or in some instances require only a small amount. My question is this: when a recipe, let's say risotto for example, calls for ...
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Risotto and a complementing/contrasting broth corresponding to the meat

In most recipes I've found, risotto calls for a chicken broth, but if I'm making a seared halibut on top of risotto, for example, or a seared scallop risotto, shouldn't the broth be a seafood broth to ...
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Correct measurement for chicken broth powder to water

I have some concentrated chicken broth powder in a jar but no instructions that explains how it should be mixed with water. What is the standard chicken broth powder to water mixture? I know that ...
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Slow Cooker Beef Bone Broth

I'm trying a beef bone broth recipe that is short on details... it basically says to cover the bones with water and simmer for 48 hours in a slow cooker. Based on Google, other recipes don't say to ...
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How close are store bought broths and stocks to the real thing?

Many of the sauces I wish to make require broth or stock. I quite fear the preparation which requires lengthy cooking and dedicating more precious storage space for the finished ingredient. Is using ...
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Acid content of wine vs. vinegar?

I'm making bone broth, and the recipe says to add 2 tablespoons of vinegar or lemon juice (to 5# bones and 5 qts. water) to help draw the minerals out of the bones. I'm wondering about using verjus ...
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Would using seafood stock instead of chicken broth/stock work in a butternut squash soup?

I'm trying to make a butternut squash bisque, specifically, which by its least-strict definition involves a seafood stock/broth. All the recipes I've found are for butternut squash soup, which is not ...
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Vegetable Broth/Stock from Kirkland Organic No-Salt Seasoning

Is it viable to make stock from store bought Kirkland Organic No-Salt Seasoning? I'd be ok using a bullion cube but they all seem to be loaded with salt. Mix with water and bring to a boil. ...
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How many times can you reuse bones to make broth?

I recently cooked a chicken and made chicken broth from the bones. I also kept a few pieces of meat to add to the broth to give it more flavor. I know you can freeze the broth and use it for later ...
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How to boil sushi rice for yakimeshi?

I want to use some chicken bouillon cubes I have to flavor the sushi rice I have, which I'm going to use to make yakimeshi (Japanese fried rice) in accordance with this video. I'm not sure if I'm ...
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Should I be worried if my broth or stock has no foam to skim?

A lot of recipes tell you to skim the foam/scum. What if I'm making one of those recipes and there doesn't end up being any? Does that mean I did something wrong somehow? Or am I just lucky not to ...
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Making broth more filling? [closed]

When I make a soup (planning on making a chicken soup tonight) I use chicken broth, creamer, and various seasonings. I love when I eat soup that has a filling broth because I always serve more broth ...