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'Correct' simmering temperature for bone broth

My understanding is that simmering water and boiling water are both at (or very close to) 100C at sea level. The difference in effect on food and cooking is a result of the motion (or lack thereof) ...
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Do I need to cook smoked beef before eating?

Looks like you bought a piece of meat that is generally used to flavour stews and soup. Pop it in the slow cooker with some cut up potatoes and other vegetables and water. You can add some desired ...
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