hubert cumberdale wrote:
thanks for the post auntythelma
i love making turkey stock its so good in the winter when its freezing cold out.
i skim off the fat after it cools and store it for cooking. just a little bit to add flavor to certain meals that would otherwise be pretty bland.
once again thanks for the tips
oh i also wanted to add that i have been reading up on how good gelatin is for you, and that bone stock is one of if not the best source of it. some people eat a tablespoon of gelatin a day to get them going and supply energy.
I agree using a crock makes this so easy. At this time of year I set mine up on the back pouch.
I've been known to comment "what are the neighbors cooking, it smells delicious" then my daughter reminds me I had her set up the crock on the porch that morning.....